4 girls from bethnal green academy leave for syria - Vice Documentary -
Sharmeena Begum, Amira Abase, 15, Shamima Begum, 15, and Kadiza Sultana, 16, from the Bethnal Green Academy left home in December and February 2015 to join IS.
Their families were said be be distraught at the news and have been clinging to the hope their daughters would want to come home.
Mohammed Uddin, Sharmeena’s father warns police and Bethnal Green Academy (Daughters School) to keep an eye on his daughter’s three closest friends following her disappearance. He said he had questioned the trio after she left but they denied knowing of her plans.
Formal Police Investigaion Launched
SO15 Counter-terrorism unit investigate
Scotland Yard has said that two women, aged 20 and 21, were arrested in north London on February 19 over Sharmeenas disappearance.
The suspects were held on suspicion of an offence under the Child Abduction Act before being bailed until next month.
At least 22 young women, most of them aged under 20, are feared to have travelled to Syria from the UK over the past year.
Police Advise Families
Alarm Raised over Three girls from Bga who have gone missing
Metropolitan Police extremely concerned about three teenage girls from east London school believed to be attempting to travel to Syria via Turkey
Families relationship with police breaks down
- Misadvise the Families
- Fail to inform families of any updates regarding their daughters
- Aledgedly lie to the families about interactions Police had with the girls prior to their departure.
Four Additional pupils at BGA being Monitored
Four more pupils at Bethnal Green Academy being monitored over fears they considered joining Isis
Home Affairs Select Committee Hearing - Parliament
Home Affairs Committee takes evidence on counter-terrorism from 2.45pm on Tuesday 10 March.
TuesdayÂ 10 March 2015, Committee Room 8
Hussen Abase, father of Amira Abase, Fahmida Aziz, first cousin to Khadija Sultana, Sahima Begum, older sister of Shamima Begum, and and Tasnime Akunjee, Solicitor
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, Metropolitan Police Commissioner, and Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley QPM, Metropolitan Police [and on Policing in London]
His Excellency Mr Abdurrahman BilgiÃ§, Turkish ambassador in London
Missing girls won't face terrorism charges, says Met chief
Families receive security briefing
All the parties intending to travel are given a security briefing by seasoned professionals
ISIS Defected Commander Speaks of 3 Girls
A senior female commander from Islamic State has told Sky News she has no doubt that three London teenagers who crossed into Syria in February were groomed by a team of social media experts in Raqqa.
The woman, who calls herself Um Asmah and who defected from IS just days ago, was the first person to contact foreign girls crossing the border.
TWO BETHNAL GREEN SCHOOLGIRLS 'NOW MARRIED
have married men approved for them by the terrorist group, their families have told the Guardian.
Khadiza Sultana - Calls off extraction plan
Kadiza Sultana who joined Islamic State 'killed in airstrike in Syria'
Kadiza Sultana, 17, is thought to have died earlier this year, after her home in the terror groups stronghold city was hit by a bomb believed to have been dropped by a Russian plane.