Dozens of runaway brides are reportedly now being held in a jail with their children at a refugee camp 30 miles north of the ISIS 'capital' Raqqa, in Syria.They have since described their bizarre lives as partners of ISIS fanatics.But she said her new husband has ended up in jail in the town of Kobani - and is fearful she will not see him again. Because I can't kill myself, because this is suicide.'She added that other women in Raqqa had been left shocked after being divorced by foreign ISIS fighters only 'three to four days or one month' after marrying.Fresh details of life under ISIS rule come as it emerged that US-backed Syrian fighters have clashed with the militants in the heart of Raqqa.In a campaign called "unprecedented" in the history of Britain's Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA), the WWF spent a reported 0,000, and exerted enormous political muscle on the IB A, in an attempt to kill or censor the film.An enraged Prince Philip falsely accused Dowling of stealing his top-secret memos, which demonstrated Philip's attempts to cover up an internal WWF audit, the Phillipson Report.
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It's disgusting.'Another ISIS wife, named as May, said she was only passing through Raqqa when she met her husband - a Moroccan militant called Bilal who she described as a pacifist who did not want to take up arms.
The Syrian English teacher, from Homs, was already a widow after her first husband was shot by a sniper.
And men also post their CVs,' she said.'So you meet, you talk for 15-20 minutes, and then it's a yes or no. It's very quick.'Eventually, she paid £4,600 to smugglers to help her flee from the city, only for her husband Yassine to die during the escape bid.
Having fled, she now dreams of her old life in France and admitted she 'loved jeans and make up'.