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L to R: UK schoolgirls Kadiza Sultana, 16, Shamima Begum, 15, and Amira Abase, 15, fled to Syria. Abase has mocked victims of Tunisia massacre Met Police

An East London schoolgirl who fled the UK to become a 'jihadi bride' in Syria has apparently mocked the victims of the Tunisia massacre.

Amira Abase wrote "loooool" – text speak for Laugh out loud – when she was informed about the shootings in Sousse, in which left 30 Britons dead.

She said: "Wow damn that's a lot, loool."

The article by undercover Mail On Sunday reporter Abul Taher continued: "Sis, it's going mental here. They held a minute silence on Tunisa. All they talk about is the bomber," to which Abase replied again: "loooool."

When asked "Why lol?' Them tourists were innocent, or am I confused." Abase responded: "Research. Like read about it."

Abase fled her home in Bethnal Green in February with friends, Shamima Begum, 15, Kadiza Sultana, 16. She is now said to be a recruiter for Isis. She recently posted images of her enjoying dinner with another Jihadi bride.

Taher contacted Abase pretending he wanted to flee the UK to join Islamic State (Isis) and asked the conditions for a jihadist before marriage.

When asked if 16 was too young to get married, Abase said: "Loooo no, Aisha (the prophet's favourite wife) got married when she was nine." Abase admitted missing Britain but added: "Allah replaces all that with something better."

A Met Police spokesman said: "The investigation into all of the missing girls continue."

The gun attack by student Seifeddine Rezgui killed 38 people in total on June 26.

Tunisian president Beji Caid Essebsi has said armed police will be deployed to beaches as a state of emergency has been declared in the country.