Three British teens Shamima Begum, Amira Abase and Kadiza Sultana have escaped from ISIS

Three British teens allegedly run away from ISIS
The three British teenage girls who were believed to have joined the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) are on the run after escaping from the group, according to a report in British newspaper the Daily Mail.

A blogger in Mosul city, who goes by the name of “Mosul Eye,” claimed in a post on his Facebook page that the three girls escaped on May 2, adding “Three girls, (Foreigners – British) married to ISIL (ISIS) militants, reported missing, and ISIL announced to all its checkpoints to search for them. It is believed that those girls have escaped.” In addition to the very first post about the flight of the three, the anonymous blogger gave some other information about the fugitives’ profile, “They are Brits, not immigrants, and they are very young teens (around 16 years old). That’s all I have about them for now.”

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