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Terrified and cut off from her friends and family, Mitat had no choice but to set up home alongside other ‘Isis brides’, many of them British, including the notorious ‘Terror Twins’ from Manchester, the ‘White Widow’ from Kent, and the schoolgirl runaways from Bethnal Green, East London.When Ahmed was killed in battle, Mitat was forced to marry twice more, giving birth to two children in the jihadi heartland.He even had with him bank statements to prove his intentions were serious.‘He was a normal person,’ Mitat told the Sunday Times. He was nice.’ She said he seemed kind and wasn’t strict like other Muslim men, even allowing her to continue wearing her trendy dresses, jeans and T-shirts (though this wasn’t to last).In August 2014, he announced the plan to move to Turkey.‘He told me: “I have a surprise for you, but I will give it to you in Turkey,”’ she explains.She met Ahmed Khalil, who was born in Afghanistan but was a British citizen living in London, on Muslima.com, a marriage website used by 4.5 million Muslims worldwide.After a few late-night Skype conversations, Ahmed, accompanied by a woman he claimed was his sister, travelled to Morocco to meet Mitat’s family.In December 2013, Salma had been caught watching Isis propaganda at their sixth-form college, including images of a suicide vest and a boy with a machine-gun.
Miraculously, Mitat, who’s now 23, managed to escape and is now caring for her children in a safe house in northern Syria.The couple settled in a guesthouse in the town of Jarablus in Syria, before moving into a house with Ahmed’s brother, Walid, who was also a jihadi fighter, and his wife Salma, who spent much of her time with her sister, Zahra.Salma and Zahra Halane are better known in Britain as the ‘Terror Twins’ — academically-gifted sisters from Manchester who fled their family home in June 2014, aged just 16, having stolen £840 from their father.He said he was applying for papers that would allow her to live in the UK. She couldn’t wait to start a new life with 25-year-old Ahmed, the polite, charming businessman she’d met on a dating website and who had visited her home in Morocco to ask her parents for her hand in marriage.First, her husband explained, they would have to move to Turkey, where he had a new job that would keep things ticking over while they waited for the documents to arrive.