They literally chose that lifestyle for themselves, they said, “that’s for me, I want that”…
UK sisters being held in Syrian detention camps with their five children were stripped of their British citizenship when they married ISIS jihadis
- Sisters Reema and Zara Iqbal fled to Syria from east London with their children
- The pair went to war-torn country with their Portuguese jihadi husbands in 2013
- Both were said to have been part of all-female terror cell with three other women
- They both begged to be allowed back to the UK but had their citizenship stripped
- Revelation comes as fellow ISIS bride Shamima Begum’s baby died in Syria camp
Two more jihadi bride sisters being held with their five children in Syrian refugee camps have been stripped of their British citizenship, it has been reported.
Sisters Reema and Zara Iqbal, who between them have five sons under the age of eight, have had their UK nationality removed after marrying ISIS jihadis in Syria.
The pair were said to were reportedly part of a five-strong all-female terror cell after travelling to the war-torn country from east London in 2013 with their husbands.
Natalie Bracht, Ruzina Khanam and Maylbongwe Sibanda are said to have travelled to Syria with the Iqbal sisters and their Portuguese-born husbands.
Their husbands were thought to have been radicalised in London after travelling to the capital to seek careers as professional footballers.
The men, who are known associates of Jihadi John, were said to have converted to Islam after meeting notorious hate preacher Anjem Choudary.