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Sahra and Nora are among some 100 girls and young women from France who have left to join jihad in Syria, up from just a handful 18 months ago, when the trip was not even on Europe's security radar, officials say.They come from all walks of life -- first- and second-generation immigrants from Muslim countries, white French backgrounds, even a Jewish girl, according to a security official who spoke anonymously because rules forbid him to discuss open investigations.(This week, CBS News Foreign Correspondent Clarissa Ward traveled undercover to Syria and interviewed two Western jihadists -- an American and a Dutchman -- who explained why they are fighting for the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).)These departures are less the whims of adolescents and more the highly organized conclusions of months of legwork by networks that specifically target young people in search of an identity, according to families, lawyers and security officials.A 19-year old French girl live-streamed her suicide on her mobile phone using the app ‘Periscope’, in the suburb of Evry in Paris, France, Tuesday.The girl threw herself in front of a moving train, according to a French news agency citing French judicial sources.The week before she left, Sahra casually told her mother she'd bring extra clothing to school to teach her friends to wear the veil. It wasn't until the next day that they noticed the missing passport.She repeated the comment to her father on the morning of March 11, when he asked about her bulky bags. That day, police seized the family's tablet, Sahra's computer and a camera."Everything was calculated.Kamel stifled his anxiety and drove her to the train station at the end of town. Surveillance video showed at that moment, Sahra was at the airport in Marseille, preparing to board a flight for Istanbul. She made one more phone call that day, from the plane, to a Turkish number, her mother said. They did everything so that she could plan to the smallest detail," Severine says. It was as though the sky fell on us."In the surveillance images from the train station and airport, Sahra, who had no money of her own and could barely manage the commuter train without fretting, is alone.He planned to meet her there just before dinner, as he did every night. By nightfall, she had not returned on her usual train. Sahra called three days later from a line that flashed 1111 on the screen.

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Sahra's family has talked to her three times since she left, but her mother, Severine, thinks her communication is scripted by jihadis, possibly from the Islamic State group."They are being held against their will," says Severine, a French woman of European descent, who reflexively rolls cigarettes as she talks.

"They're forced to say things."The Ali Mehenni family lives in Lezignan-Corbieres, an ancient French town of about 10,000 typical of the south of France, in a region famed for its red wine.

Now she was in a new school, with just two weeks of study behind her.

And she seemed to be maturing -- she asked her mother to help her get a passport, because she wanted her paperwork as an adult in order.

Related titles should be described in Can, while unrelated titles should be moved to Can (disambiguation).Sahra's family has talked to her three times since she left, but her mother, Severine, thinks her communication is scripted by jihadis, possibly from the Islamic State group."They are being held against their will," says Severine, a French woman of European descent, who reflexively rolls cigarettes as she talks."They're forced to say things."The Ali Mehenni family lives in Lezignan-Corbieres, an ancient French town of about 10,000 typical of the south of France, in a region famed for its red wine.Now she was in a new school, with just two weeks of study behind her.And she seemed to be maturing -- she asked her mother to help her get a passport, because she wanted her paperwork as an adult in order.The family moved here from northern France five years ago so the children could be raised in a safer environment.