Ten British women, including two teenagers, are thought to have left their country to join forces battling the Syrian regime of President Bashar Assad, the Daily Mail, quoting an expert, reported Friday.
10 British women believed to be in Syria fighting Assad’s forces
A female member of anther jihadist battalion, the Ahbab Al-Mustafa Battalion, assembles a rifle during military training in a mosque in the Seif El Dawla neighborhood in Aleppo. (File photo: Reuters)
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