Sabina Selimovic c. Their actions drew substantial media commentary due to the ongoing media reports of en masse barbarity that the Islamic State forces were engaging in, and raised questions as to why people of European extraction would be drawn to such an entity. Selimovic and Kesinovic were born in Austria to Bosniak immigrants who had fled the Bosnian War in the s. Both girls were residents with their families in stable homes in Vienna , and are believed to have become interested in the Islamic State after watching its broadcast propaganda on the Internet , and through their attendance at a mosque in Vienna.
Seven year old girls fall pregnant on one Bosnian school trip
Seven girls from a Bosnian school, all aged between 13 and 14, have fallen pregnant during a five-day school trip to the country's capital, Sarajevo. The school is based in the Bosnian town of Banja Luka, and took 28 teenage girls on an educational visit to the city with intentions to visit museums and places of historical significance. But it seems the unsupervised girls got up to a lot more than that while they were staying away from home. The case has triggered serious discussion about the state of Bosnia's sex education, with the number of year-old girls having underage sex having seen a dramatic spike in recent times. A Sarajevo-based gynaecologist, Senad Mehmedbasic, commented on how concerning the increase in underage pregnancies is. And continuing his point that education is the key to reducing the number of girls having underage sex, he said:.
Parents are furious after seven girls aged 13-14 fall pregnant on a school trip
A teenage girl who ran away from her Vienna home to join Isis in Syria has reportedly been beaten to death by the group after trying to escape. The two became a 'poster girl' for Isis, also known as Islamic State, appearing on social media websites in images showing them carrying Kalashnikovs and surrounded by armed men. But by October that year there were reports quoting friends of the two women saying Ms Kesinovic had been sickened by the killings she witnessed and wanted to come home. According to local Austrian media Ms Kesinovic was murdered by the group as she tried to flee the Isis stronghold of Raqqa.
Dressed in jungle fatigues and armed with knives and guns, the guards scoured the dark, crowded room with their flashlights, searching for girls to abduct for the night. Then one of them noticed year-old S. The teen-ager was led at gunpoint with three other girls to a covered green truck, where she was raped three times.