Interpol is searching for two Austrian teenage girls who they believe were tricked into going to Syria to fight for Islamist rebels.If the parents are Muslims, they may not be telling the truth about what happened to their daughters. More than likely the parents tricked them into doing so.
Samra Kesinovic, 16, and Sabina Selimovic, 15, vanished from their homes in Vienna on April 10.
But the first hint their parents received as to where the girls might have gone was a spate of social media posts claiming they had gone to fight a 'holy war'.
But the parents say that they don’t believe the messages are being written by the girls. Authorities suspect they have been tricked into leaving the country.
Samra and Sabina come from Bosnian refugee families who settled in Austria after the ethnic wars of the 1990s, and were born in the country.
More on the issue at Answering Muslims (via The Examiner).