Åsne Seierstad

journalist and author of “Two Sisters: A Father, His Daughters, and Their Journey into the Syrian Jihad”

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Ayan, 19, and Leila, 16, are originally from Somalia, and grew up in Norway with refugee status.

Father chases after his two daughters who decide to join ISIS

Ayan, 19, and Leila, 16, are originally from Somalia, and grew up in Norway with refugee status.

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