Father's horror at finding his runaway 15-year-old daughter had become the third wife of an ISIS jihadi in Syria
- Leonora Messing 19 fled to Syria at the age of 15 and met Jihadi Martin Lemke in 2015
- They married, took care of his children and & # 39; everything was good & # 39; with cooking
- Father Maik Messing, 47, has written a book about losing her to a terror group
- She spoke to him about Martin who bought a slave and also spied on other women
- She was sent to a Kurdish camp after IS Raqqa had lost and now her & # 39; old life back & # 39; want
Leonora Messing, 19, fled to Syria four years ago where she met Jihadi Martin Lemke and became the mother of his two children
A father revealed his heartache after finding out that his 15-year-old daughter became the third wife of a Jihadi in Syria and is mothering his two children.
Leonora Messing fled her home in Sangerhausen, a city in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, to join Jihadi Martin Lemke, known as Nihad Abu Yasir, to the Islamic State (IS) in Syria four years ago for marriage.
He is a technician for repairing computers and telephones by IS, but there are claims that he worked for the dreaded religious police.
And beautiful photos have emerged that show Leonora embracing her father Maik Messing, 47, just a month before she disappeared.
He has now written a book entitled Leonora about his experience of losing his daughter to the terror group.
Maik Messing (photo on the right) says that his daughter (photo 15 years old) does not belong & # 39; in Syria and has now written a book called Leonora that describes how he lost his daughter to the terror group. Here they are depicted a month before they left their home in Sangerhausen, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany
It is clear that she is not only a young girl who is seduced, but also a & # 39; perpetrator & # 39 ;, he told CEN. He was made aware of her new relationship when Nihad called to tell him that his daughter was safe.
But Maik added that she & # 39; does not belong there & # 39 ;, it is not her & # 39; country or war & # 39; and her family is with him in Germany.
His daughter was a class representative and read for residents in a nursing home, which meant that there were never any warning signs.
She spoke regularly with her father and told him how her husband (photo on the right) reportedly bought a slave for £ 647 and other conversations about baking bread in Syria or the gold jewelry on her wedding day
But when Leonora came to Syria in 2015, she spied on German IS women during their & # 39; Islam lessons & # 39; in the city of Raqqa and then to report to their spouses on how they settled.
And despite this, she even kept in touch with her family in Germany and often told her father about the gold jewelry she received on her wedding day, the war in Syria, the horrors of the IS and everyday things such as baking bread.
One of the women here is Leonora seen with her husband Martin Lemke also called Nihad Abu Yasir and a Kalaschnikow
Leonora told him about her husband who bought a slave for an alleged £ 647.
But after IS's defeat, Leonora now lives in a Kurdish prison camp in northeastern Syria and hopes to return to Germany.
The police in Germany are now investigating the extent to which Leonora was involved in IS crimes and this week her family home in Germany was searched by police.
She spoke about her & # 39; naivety & # 39; earlier this year. to arrive in Syria and have only been converted to Islam for two months.
Initially, & # 39; all was well & # 39; because the IS had the money and she could continue to cook or clean at home. But when IS lost Raqqa, she had to move home every week.
Leonora said she fled with husband Nihad, his second wife Sabina, 34, who is also from Germany and her children.
They were captured by Syrian Democratic forces and transferred to the Kurdish camp.
Leonora said she tried to flee twice, but was always caught by her husband.
She said: & # 39; I want to go back to Germany to my family, back to my old life. I know it was a big mistake. & # 39;
This is after Shamima Begum's heartbreaking appeal to return to England and her loss of British citizenship after she fled from Bethnal Green, East London, to IS in Syria in the same year and married a Dutch hunter.
The aim of Maik Messing's book is & # 39; the seductive power of IS and his terror & # 39; to describe and can be purchased on Amazon here.
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