Jihadi ‘pin-up poster girls’ who fled Austria to join ISIS ‘face 15 years in jail if they return’

Two young Jihadi women dubbed ‘pin-up poster girls’ after they fled Austria to join ISIS have been warned they could face 15 years in jail if they return.

Samra Kesinovic was just 16 and her friend Sabina Selimovic was 15 when they left Vienna to join the terrorists in Syria in April 2014.

They both married and had children with ISIS fighters, as well as featuring in propaganda for the terror group – toting AK-47s surrounded by fighters.

The pair had been reported dead in December but according to local media Austrian intelligence claim those reports are false.