Three Missing British Girls Reportedly Staying at House in al-Raqqa

The three British school girls who went missing last month are believed to be staying at a house in al Raqqa, Syria.

The girls left home last month to join ISIS in the caliphate.
Shamima Begum, Kadiza Sultana, and Amira Abase are in the hands of Islamic State.
Sky News reported:

Three missing schoolgirls who left Britain to join Islamic State have crossed into Syria and are believed to be staying at a house in al Raqqa, Sky sources say.

Shamima Begum, 15, Kadiza Sultana, 16, and Amira Abase, 15, boarded a flight from Gatwick Airport bound for Istanbul last month.

Authorities feared the teenagers, who attended Bethnal Green Academy in east London, were seeking to join the Islamist militants.

Sky’s Chief Correspondent Stuart Ramsay said: “We’re being told tonight that they’ve crossed into Syria through a crossing… which is not too far from Kilis.

“They’re now apparently in a house that is owned or controlled – or at least hosted by – a British girl who had been in contact with them through the internet, and had brought them through Turkey and into Syria.

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