Austrian teen who joined ISIS beaten to death for trying to leave terror group: report (NY Daily News, Nov. 24, 2015)

Update to this Bimbo-itis/isis story (last we heard, the little Bosnian girls who’d run off with ISIS wanted to go home):

An Austrian teen who ran away to Syria last year to marry an ISIS fighter was beaten to death when she had a change of heart and tried to escape from the terror group, local media reported.

Islamic State fighters killed 17-year-old Samra Kesinovic after she tried to leave the terrorist-run city of Raqqa, a woman who once lived with the teen but successfully escaped the jihadists’ reign told an Austrian tabloid.

Kesinovic ran away with her friend, 15-year-old Sabina Selimovic, last year. The two teens were considered “jihad poster girls” and were used by ISIS to inspire other young girls to join the fighters in Iraq and Syria.

Selimovic was allegedly killed last year. European media reported that one of the two girls was killed during a September ISIS battle, while a second report from December reaffirmed that one of the two teens was dead.

Neither report clarified which of the teens had died, but the news of Kesinovic’s alleged beating death seems to suggest Selimovic was the first of the two to be killed.

The girls came from Bosnian refugee families who settled in Austria after the Bosnian War of the early ’90s. […]