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Pregnant Teens Who Joined ISIS: We’ve Made A Huge Mistake

Written By AMH on October 10, 2014 | 7:15 AM

Sabina Selimovic (left) and Samra Kesinovic (right)

Very Hot News Daily (VHN Daily) - The teenage girls who abandoned their families in Austria to become jihadis for ISIS feel they’ve made a terrible mistake by joining the barbaric lifestyle and they want to come home.

Samra Kesinovic, 17, and Sabina Selimovic, 15, are believed to be married, pregnant and living in the Islamic State controlled city of Rakka in northern Syria, Central European News reports.

Dubbed by Austrian media as the poster girls for jihad — the young friends now believe their lives have been turned completely upside down by their new lifestyles.

The change of heart is a much different tune than the note they left behind for their parents when they fled back in April which read, “Don’t look for us. We will serve Allah – and we will die for him.”

Kesinovic and Selimovic grew up in Vienna where they became accustomed to talking to whoever they wanted, saying whatever they pleased and wearing whatever clothes they liked. They did not have to live a life being controlled by people telling them what they can and cannot do.

But Kesinovic and Selimovic decided to leave all this behind and shack up with the same people they’ve now grown to hate.

For weeks social media accounts believed to belong to the girls have been posting pictures and information leading many to feel they enjoyed living a life of terror.

Authorities in Austria say this was all an elaborate plan set up by ISIS in order to get people to think they wanted to be the poster girls for jihad in Syria.

Now Austrian media is reporting that Kesinovic and Selimovic have said enough is enough and want to return to their families, according to CEN.

They have contacted their loved ones and told them they are sick of living with the Islamic state jihadis, but they also said they don’t feel they can flee from their unwanted new life because too many people now associate them with ISIS.

“The main problem is about people coming back to Austria,” said Austrian Interior Ministry spokesman, Karl-Heinz Grundboeck. “Once they leave it is almost impossible.”

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