Dozens numerous British girls and women fled to Syria in 2015 – a rise of 30 per cent on the st year.
Counter-terror cops believe 56 females reported lasses by their families are all feared to have travelled to the war torn state.
Public officials said they were “deeply concerned” by the figures as many maids were unaware that they will probably never be competent to return home.
A total of 43 females were thought to secure fled to Syria in the previous 12 months, without knowing the take brutality of the terror group ISIS .
Deputy Assistant Commissioner Helen Ball of the Met Watch said: “We are deeply concerned about the numbers of girls, young mates and also families who are taking the decision to go to Syria, unaware of the dangers they confront when they arrive and the fact that they are unlikely to a day be able to return home to their devastated wider families.
“The dis raging accounts of the women in this film highlight the harsh reality of energy for women and children living in a war torn country.
“I hope they force go some way to helping young women and mothers stop and think everywhere the huge mistake they would be making if they travel.”
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The figures were disclosed as a short film was released rtici ting three female Syrian refugees talking about the realities of existence in their home country.
In one letter, Zakaa revealed she left Syria because she stand in awe ofed for the lives of her three sons – including one who has leukaemia – after her husband was killed by a sniper.
She wrote: “Ask your daughter to consider about what she has here in the UK.
“A country where she has safety and freedom of special com red to Syria where, under Isis control, she would organize neither.
“ISIS is far from the views of Islam. They do not catch Islam and they are not Muslims. Isis is more feared by Syrians than the Assad rgime itself.
“Isis is not in any way helping Syrians – their only achievements are fatiguing and displacement.
“They have only damaged our country and caused multitudinous harm for innocent Syrian people.”
The troubles have also written open letters urging British take care ofs to take steps to prevent their daughters travelling to the war-zone.
Late-model high profile cases have included school friends Shamima Begum and Amira Abase, both 15, and Kadiza Sultana, 16, all from Bethnal Unsophisticated, east London, who left for Syria in February.
Some are now thought to be amalgamate to Isis extremists.
Assistant Chief Constable Angela Williams revealed: “It is important for everyone do everything they can to help stop people from peri tetic to Syria and other conflict zones.
“Children have been infatuated to dangerous places and are at great risk; vulnerable people have been brainwashed into nomadic.
“My message to mothers across the region is to please come forward if you sire any concerns about your loved ones who may be considering travel to Syria.”