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While Kailyn didn't name who she's dating - speculation pointed to Dominique Potter, a woman she's been seen with frequently on social media - she said they 'were friends for a year' and their relationship 'kind of just turned into' a romance.'It’s not like she was trying to wine and dine me to ask me to be her girlfriend, you know what I mean? On Wednesday, she shared a shot that read, 'It’s all good over on this side,' with a rear view of the women sitting comfortably in the front seat of a car and holding hands.
Kailyn, who's authored books including Hustle and Heart, Pride Over Pity and Love is Bubblegum, was previously rumored to be in a same-sex romance with her friend Becky Hayter, after the duo was seen kissing at a Pride event in Asbury Park, New Jersey in June of 2016.
She said after arriving to Turkey from Austria they crossed over the border into Syria on foot.
They ended up in the city of Raqqa, she said, after arriving in the country with nothing other than the clothes they were wearing.
The two Viennese girls, Samra Kesinovic (left), 17, and 16-year-old Sabina Selimovic (right), whose parents are Bosnian refugees, disappeared in April 2014 after saying that they wanted to fight in Syria David Scharia, a senior Israeli expert of the United Nations Security Council's Counter-Terrorism Committee (CTED) said: 'We received information just recently about two 15-year-old girls, of Bosnian origin, who left Austria, where they had been living in recent years; and everyone, the families and the intelligence services of the two countries, is looking for them.
An Islamic preacher from Bosnia living in Vienna, Mirsad O., known by the Islamic name of 'Ebu Tejma', was allegedly responsible for the radicalization of the two young girls.
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He said: 'If we can catch them before they leave we have the chance to work with their parents and other institutions to bring the youngsters out of the sphere of influence that prompted them to act in this way the first place.