British teenage sisters who fled UK to marry ISIS fighters pose with AK-47 rifles (Photos)

February 3, 2015 5:50 pm

 The British teenage sisters who fled to Syria to marry fighters,
have posted pictures of ‘self defence training’ on social media.
Zahra and Salma Halane, both 17, of Chorlton, Manchester left their homes last June after becoming radicalised online.
The pictures have been posted on one of the twins’ Twitter accounts, and
shows four veiled women holding AK-47 assault rifles and handguns.

Another image shows two women, their faces, bodies and hands covered, making a ‘heart sign’
The set was captioned: ‘Fun day training for self defence in the Islamic State… Alhamdulilah [thanks be to God] with humble sisters’.

 The Halane twins, whose parents hail from Somalia, are thought to have
married two ISIS militants in Syria, who have both died in battle.
They are believed to be part of an all-female religious police brigade
alongside former public schoolgirl Aqsa Mahmood, 20, from Glasgow, who
enforce Sharia law on the streets of Raqqa..

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