Via Daily Mail:
Police fear two young girls who fled Austria are inspiring other teenagers to join Islamic State ranks after they successfully fled the country saying they were going to Syria.
Samra Kesinovic was aged just 16 and her friend Sabina Selimovic 15 when the two vanished this year from their homes in the Austrian capital Vienna.
Soon afterwards they posted images of themselves branding Kalashnikov rifles, and in some cases surrounded by armed men.
Now police have raised concerns they are inspiring their contemporaries after two other teenage girls were caught attempting to flee the country to join ISIS ranks.
Austrian media warned several weeks ago that the girls had become the public face for the call to jihad.
These fears now appear to have been validated with the Austrian Interior Ministry confirming two other girls from Vienna had attempted to flee to take up the call for holy war.
Little information was given about them apart from the fact that one was 16 and the other was 14 and their parents were apparently from Iraq.