IS Commander Who Helped British Girls In Syria
A top female defector from Islamic State exclusively tells Sky News three London schoolgirls were “happy” to arrive in Syria
A senior female commander from Islamic State has told Sky News she has no doubt that three London teenagers who crossed into Syria in February were groomed by a team of social media experts in Raqqa.
The woman, who calls herself Um Asmah and who defected from IS just days ago, was the first person to contact foreign girls crossing the border.
Her job was to introduce the new recruits to life under Islamic State’s strict and brutal regime.
In her first interview, she says she was surprised by how young and naive Shamima Begum, Kadiza Sultana and Amira Abase were.
The 22-year-old says it was clear that while the girls were happy, they were unprepared for living life permanently veiled.
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