A BRIT ISIS bride who inspired Shamima Begum is alive and has been moved to a new camp in Syria with her son after a failed escape attempt.
Zahra Halane and her sister Salma, dubbed the “terror twins”, fled their home in leafy Chorlton, Manchester, aged 16 to join the despicable terror group during a bloodthirsty civil war in 2014.
The pair – described as academically bright – were captured in March last year when the extremist cult lost its last remaining enclave in Baghouz, in north east Syria.
Now, sources on the ground have told The Telegraph that Zahra was caught trying to escape from Al Hol camp where she had been detained for 16 months.
They claim that last week, she was then transferred out of the facility to a new high-security extension at Roj camp, also in north east of the country, with her son Ismail – who is believed to be aged four or five.
And according to the Al Hol sources, the brainwashed sisters still believe in the twisted ideology of ISIS – a group which took Yazidi women as sex slaves and threw gay people off roofs.
It has been reported that some of the most dangerous ISIS miltants have been moved to the new facility at Roj.
Salma’s current whereabouts are unknown although she is thought to be alive. Her son was reportedly killed in the siege of Baghouz.
Last month, Russia Today spoke to an unnamed woman who was caught trying to escape Al Hol. The Telegraph say they have identified the prisoner as Zahra.
In the interview, the woman said she wanted to “go back home” but did not have enough money to pay smugglers to take her to Turkey.
She said: “If you have money, there are different ways [of escaping] and it happens very fast. You can get to Turkey easily.”
One Turkish woman in Al Hol said she knew both the twin sister for “over five years” in the camp and also living in the caliphate.
She told the Telegraph: “I don’t know where the other one might be honestly but they left together.”
Another woman told the Sunday Times in 2017, that the twins were at the centre of the British jihadi social scene in the Islamic State.
Zahra and Salma lived in Denmark before they moved to Manchester and reportedly told camp officials they want to return to the Scandinavian country.
The UK Home Office and Danish government both said they will not to comment on individual cases.
However, the sisters are believed to be the subject of an exclusion order by British authorities who revoked their residency, their mother Khadra Jama has said.
Salma was caught viewing warped ISIS propaganda at her sixth form college in December 2013 however school bosses did not alert police.
She claimed she was trying to locate her brother online who had previously joined the civil war in Syria.
The girls, who have an older sister and seven brothers, stole £840 from their father and fled overnight to Syria in July 2014.
Both girls moved to ISIS capital Raqqa where they married brainwashed militants.
Images of girls fleeing to the war zone, reportedly inspired infamous ISIS bride Shamima Begum to leave her London home and join the death cult.
As of September 2019, the young Londoner has also been detained at Al Hol.