THREE apparently orphaned children found in a Syrian ISIS camp may be British, it was claimed.
The trio featured in a BBC report from the war-torn country.
One girl, Amira, ten, said she left London at the age of five, and described seeing other family members killed.
She is now living with her only surviving siblings, a brother and sister.
Amira said she has a grandmother in Britain, although she could not remember her name.
She said of the final days of fighting: “They bombed one tent. So our dad told us to come out, to quickly take our important stuff before the tent catches fire.
“We were going to pack our stuff and get out, the airplane came and bombed.
“So then my mum died, my littlest brother, my little brother and my sister.”
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Amira’s sister, Heba, eight, also appeared on camera and showed huge scars on her stomach.
A Government spokesperson said: “There may be British children in camps in Syria who, because of their age, are innocent victims of the conflict.”
Meanwhile, hundreds of demonstrators opposed to Turkey’s assault on Kurdish-held North East Syria protested at Westminster yesterday, demanding Ankara ends its air and ground offensive.
Fierce fighting has reached a displaced-persons camp in Ayn Issa, around 20 miles south of the Turkey-Syria border.
The Kurdish-led administration said in a statement that 950 IS supporters escaped after attacking guards and breaching the gates.
The British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Turkish warplanes hit villages in its vicinity with “heavy and violent rocket shelling” as Pro-Turkish soldiers advanced.
Wives and widows of IS fighters and their children were among those fleeing the violence near the camp, it added
Amira says in the report that she has a grandmother in Britain, although she can’t remember her name[/caption]
Amira’s sister, Heba, 8, shows huge scars on her stomach[/caption]
She is now living with her only surviving siblings, a brother, far right, and sister, far left[/caption]
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