Lets hope that they are forced to live with their decision for the long term.
Jihadist teens face five years’ jail
Published: 15 Oct 2014 12:57 GMT+02:00
“You cannot just assume that every departure to Syia rmeans participation in a terrorist combat unit,” said Innsbruck criminal lawyer Andreas Venier. The guilt must be proven in every case, he added. The two girls, Samra K. and Sabina S., disappeared from Austria in April.
According to their parents, Bosnian refugees who arrived in Austria during the 1990s, they announced that they wanted to fight in Syria for Islam.
The two teens supposedly travelled to join jihadist militants in Syria, and were in the news recently when one of them was reported to have died. Soon after, they took to social media to report that they were both still alive, and hinted that they might be pregnant.