One of the three students who fled London in February 2015 to join the group Islamic State in Syria and become “jihadi brides” has died, informed yesterday the lawyer of her family Tasnime Akunjee, quoted by Reuters and Associated press.
According to him, the family of Kadiza Sultana learned that she had died in the Syrian city of Rakka a few weeks ago. Her death, however, has not been confirmed.
It is believed that Kadiza was killed in Russian air strike on the town controlled by the Islamic State, announced earlier yesterday ITV News.
Sultana had considered returning to Britain. Her family spoke to her about her possible escape from Rakka, said in an interview for ITV the sister of the girl Hamish Hanom.
Sixteen-year-old Sultana and her two 15-year girlfriends Shamima Begum ile Amira Abase boarded a plane to Turkey from London Gatwick Airport on February 17, 2015, reminds Reuters.
The final goal of the girls was Syria.