On June 9 three Muslim British sisters, Sugra, Khadija and Zohra Dawood, disappeared from Bradford with their nine children, aged between 3-15; after having vanished in Saudi Arabia, they managed to reach Syria to join ISIS. A head of the Islamic State reported the news to the BBC.
Their respective husbands last Tuesday appealed to their wives begging them to go back home on the same day. As evidenced by a spokesman of the Caliphate, a part of the group reached Syria not specifying the location, where they were joined by the rest of the group only on Thursday.
According to the lawyer of the family now the greatest fear is that women may have married militiamen of the Islamic State in order to join their jihad, the holy war. Meanwhile, Prime Minister David Cameron will ask the Muslim community to denounce the barbarity of Isis, to prevent other young people from joining the men of Al Baghadi.
Translation provided by Maria Rosaria Mastropaolo