Three ‘British orphans’ found in Syrian ISIS camp after their ‘family was killed’

THREE apparently orphaned kids present in a Syrian IS camp could also be British, it was claimed yesterday.

The trio featured in a BBC report from the war-torn nation.

Three ‘British orphans’ could have been present in a Syrian IS camp, a BBC report has claimed
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One lady, Amira, ten, mentioned she left London on the age of 5, and described seeing different members of the family killed.

She is now dwelling together with her solely surviving siblings, a brother and sister.

Amira mentioned she has a grandmother in Britain, though she couldn’t bear in mind her identify.

She mentioned of the ultimate days of preventing: “They bombed one tent. So our dad instructed us to come back out, to rapidly take our essential stuff earlier than the tent catches fireplace.

“We had been going to pack our stuff and get out, the airplane got here and bombed.


So then my mum died, my littlest brother, my little brother and my sister.” Amira’s sister, Heba, eight, additionally appeared on digital camera and confirmed enormous scars on her abdomen.

A Authorities spokesperson mentioned: “There could also be British kids in camps in Syria who, due to their age, are harmless victims of the battle.”

In the meantime, a whole lot of demonstrators against Turkey’s assault on Kurdish-held North East Syria protested at Westminster yesterday, demanding Ankara ends its air and floor offensive.

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Amira says within the report that she has a grandmother in Britain, though she will be able to’t bear in mind her identify[/caption]

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Amira’s sister, Heba, eight, exhibits enormous scars on her abdomen[/caption]

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She is now dwelling together with her solely surviving siblings, a brother, far proper, and sister, far left[/caption]

A person waves a flag studying ‘Free Syria’ as smoke rises from the Syrian border metropolis of Tal Abyad, seized yesterday by Turkish forces
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