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Your Daily Muslim: Samra Kesinovic and Sabina Selimovic

From H&M to drapery... talk about a fashion fail.

From H&M to drapery… talk about a fashion fail.

Samra Kesinovic, 16, and her friend, Sabina Selimovic, 15, had their whole lives ahead of them. Daughters of Bosnian refugees who resettled in Austria, the teens spent plenty of time online (as most teenage girls do.) However, unlike most teenage girls, the pair spent their time interacting with mujahideen, who eventually talked them into traveling to Syria to wage jihad.

The girls arrived in Syria after having posted messages on social media about fighting a “holy war” (jihad.) Now, their Facebook profiles are replete with images of themselves holding guns and wearing the traditional Islamic ninja costume. As we can see, they’re still totally normal teenage girls. As you can clearly see, Islamic radicalization didn’t change them at all; Islam is totally like every other belief system and doesn’t encourage violence. The girls also posted about never returning to Austria, likely because they’re hoping to gain access to 72 male virgins and an everlasting Magic: the Gathering tournament.

As I’m sure you’ve already figured out, the mujahideen had other uses for virgin teenage girls aside from throwing them into the fray. It is believed both girls have married jihadis and have joined their husbands on the field of battle. Marrying underage girls is accepted in Islam because Muhammad, pigs be upon him, engaged in the practice. No deity worthy of worship would reward pedophiles who murder innocent people.

11 comments on “Your Daily Muslim: Samra Kesinovic and Sabina Selimovic

  1. Reblogged this on ElderofZyklon's Blog!.

  2. You have to be “holy” to fight a “holy war…….I reckon God may have another opinion

  3. Didn’t their parents know what mosque they were attending, or did the parents bring them to a jihad spouting mosque and now have buyers remorse that their little girls have run off to be terrorist sex slaves brood mares or worse actual bombers? They were 15 and barely 16, how did they end up being able to fly to Turkey by themselves and then smuggle into Syria? Lots of questions, but more and more stories of this happening. Pigs be to Allah.

    • exactly I am wondering what they told their parents maybe one is spending the night with the other? If not what did they tell them and how were they able to board without an adult? How did they purchase the tickets? Are the parents muslim? Usually this starts at home and maybe not be very radical at first so no one would notice but lots of questions here

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  5. I’m pretty sure they’re from Australia not Austria. One of them is dead now, I believe. I never thought I’d say this about a young girl, especially such a cute one, but good riddance. The gene pool is richer without her

    • Jason, Vienna, where they were living, in in Austria. They were both Bosnian born and relocated to Austria with their families. Bit odd you are judging these teenagers as “cute” – you a pedophile much.

      • No, Matt. Pedophiles are attracted to prepubescent children: 13 and under (generally 11 and under). The word “pedophile” has been abused in this way. Remember that 16 year olds in the USA are tried as adults for serious crimes.

        Girls by that age are well past puberty. It’s normal for an adult male to be attracted to a 16 year old girl: it’s that unless he is close in age to her he should *not* sleep with her. “Half your age plus 7 IMO is a good rule)

  6. “Islamic radicalization didn’t change them at all; Islam is totally like every other belief system and doesn’t encourage violence.” Of course, it is normal at 17 years old for an austrian girl to have a kalashnikov, killed durig fithing or be killed by people who you ‘ve met for help them because you want go home, horrified by all these violence. Of course. Poor girls, they don’t understand than they met the devil.

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