Sultana had been killed by the air attack in Raqqa in might, where she was in fact desperate to flee
Following the loss of a british teenager in Syria, mystery surrounds the whereabouts of lots of ladies and girls who possess accompanied the alleged Islamic State.
Kadiza Sultana’s household had been told she ended up being killed in an air that is russian in might however the two buddies she travelled to Raqqa with are apparently alive.
The trio, from Bethnal Green in eastern London, are among at the least 56 women and girls whom travelled through the UK to become listed on Isis in Syria year that is last.
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These were the main topic of a worldwide authorities procedure as their families made psychological appeals for the girls to come back house.
Nevertheless the names of numerous other people stay unknown and their own families face increasing problems maintaining contact as military operations up against the terrorist group intensify.
Kadiza Sultana, Amira Abase and Shamima Begum
The 3 friends, aged 15 and 16 while the right time, fled to Syria via Turkey after disappearing throughout the Easter holidays in 2015.
The schoolgirls, whom attended Bethnal Green Academy, are thought to have already been radicalised online and encouraged to participate Isis. They’d been questioned by authorities in 2014 after another girl from the school travelled to Syria but were not found to be at risk december.
Kadiza’s household stated she became disillusioned after her arrival in Raqqa in addition to loss of her husband, A isis fighter that is american of lineage. Her parents had been told she ended up being killed in an air that is russian in the town in might.
Tasnime Akunjee, whom represents all three families, told The Independent that Amira and Shamima had additionally hitched jihadists but that Amira’s spouse had also died. The two girls are recognized to be alive but Mr Akunjee will never disclose any details that are further their security.
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The 21-year-old travelled to Syria from her home in Glasgow in November 2013 and has now since become respected for distributing Isis propaganda on line.
The university that is former had been recognized on her weblog and social networking reports beneath the name Umm Layth – that has because been eliminated – where she praised terror assaults in Tunisia and France.
She usually called for any other young Uk females to go to the Islamic that is so-called State ended up being suspected of assisting the Bethnal Green trio reach Syria.
Mahmood married an Isis fighter and reportedly rose up the group’s ranks to be a figure that is leading the al-Khansaa brigade, the feared all-female force tasked with enforcing the group’s interpretation of Sharia law with females and kids.
Punishments have actually included arrests and beatings for women going outside without a male chaperone, lashes for using form-fitting abayas and floggings for “not being meek enough”.
In September 2015, she and Sally-Anne Jones (below) had been placed under sanctions subjecting them to a worldwide asset freeze and travel ban so that they can avoid further radicalisation.
Grace “Khadijah” Dare
The 24-year-old had been one of the primary women that are british travel off to Syria, making in 2012 to become listed on the jihadist cause together with her infant son Isa.
Dare, who had been raised in south London as being a Christian but transformed into Islam inside her teenagers, went to similar mosque while the guys whom murdered Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich. She fled London for Syria in 2012 and resurfaced the following year in a Channel 4 documentary on Uk ladies joining the “jihad”.
Providing her title as Maryam, she had been filmed alongside her husband that is swedish militant referred to as Abu Bakr who has got since been killed.
The few had been reportedly anticipating their child that is first Isa had been viewed as a toddler, and Dare vowed to keep in Syria to boost her young ones.
She became respected on Twitter underneath the title of Muhajirah fi Sham, which means “immigrant in Syria”, where she celebrated the beheading of James Foley and vowed become “da first British girl 2 kill a UK or United States terorrist! (sic)”.
She also gloried in gruesome Isis public executions and called for British Muslims to go to Syria, along with posing images of Isa with tools.
In February her son, now aged around four, was showcased in a propaganda video clip putting on combat gear and an Isis headband. “We will destroy the kuffars (infidels) over here, ” he was shown saying, before showing up to blow a car up containing three Syrian prisoners.
Also referred to as Umm Hussain al-Britani, the 47-year-old has granted duplicated threats that are terror the UK, US and Europe and required supporters to undertake assaults.
She had been hitched to Junaid Hussain, the Isis hacker who had been killed in a drone attack this past year.
In a Twitter post she reported she ended up being “proud my husband ended up being killed by the biggest enemy of Allah, may Allah be pleased about him”.
A Muslim convert from Kent, Jones is yet another prolific propagandist for Isis and it has published “kill listings” of targets and announced her wish to behead Christians on line.
Before fleeing to Syria together with her 10-year-old son in 2013, she worked as a perfume saleswoman, formerly claiming advantages and guitar that is playing a punk musical organization.
This woman is additionally on a drone target list used because of the United States and Britain.
The Dawood siblings
Khadija, 30, Zohra, 33, and Sugra, 34, left Bradford final summer time with their nine kiddies to participate Isis.
After building a pilgrimage to Medina in Saudi Arabia they boarded a trip to Istanbul and crossed into Syria in place of using their journey that is scheduled house.
The sisters were reported become joining their bro Ahmed Dawood, who had previously been fighting with Isis for over a when they left year.
They certainly were avoided from travelling out from the UK months early in the day after being stopped and questioned trying to board a journey from Manchester to Jeddah in March 2015.
Their five girls and four men had been aged between three and 15 once they left.