An Austrian girl who joined ISIS was murdered by the group while trying to leave Syria
An Austrian teenager who became a poster girl for the Islamic State has reportedly been beaten to death by the group after she was caught trying to leave Syria.
Sabra Kesinovic, 17, was murdered after she was caught attempting to escape from Raqqa, Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant's (Isil) de facto capital in Syria, according to reports in two Austrian newspapers.
Clearly, she learned what a fatal mistake she made, far too late. If she really didn't like what she was experiencing, she shouldn't have gone at all. This should be a lesson to all women who don't want to live with threats to their lives.
Labels: dhimmitude, Europe, islam, jihad, misogyny, syria, terrorism