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Australia'They are safe, that's the main thing': Sydney ISIS children reported alive

05:00  28 february  2019
05:00  28 february  2019 Source:   smh.com.au

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Asked if she was relieved that the children were alive , or angry that her daughter's self-declared "best friend" had left the children inside the last ISIS -controlled zone, Mr Waterstreet said " they are safe , that ' s the main thing ". Mrs Nettleton's other lawyer Robert Van Aalst told ABC radio on Thursday

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'They are safe, that's the main thing': Sydney ISIS children reported alive© Supplied Zaynab Sharrouf (left) with two of her siblings. The grandmother of three Australian children living under the collapsing ISIS regime is "ecstatic" that three of Khaled Sharrouf's children are said to still be alive.

Zaynab, 19, Hoda, 16 and Hamzah, 9, the children of former Sydney couple, convicted terrorist Sharrouf and his wife Tara Nettleton, have been unaccounted for for several years. Their parents both died in 2015, as well as two of their siblings.

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"I am Tara's best friend," the woman says in the video. "They're fine and they're alive … I don't know if they're going to leave or not, I haven't kept in contact with them so I don't know".

Charles Waterstreet, the lawyer for the children's Sydney grandmother Karen Nettleton, said on Wednesday that Mrs Nettleton had her "fingers crossed" for her grandchildren's safe return to Australia.

"She's keeping a very low profile. But fingers are crossed and prayers are made," he said.

Asked if she was relieved that the children were alive, or angry that her daughter's self-declared "best friend" had left the children inside the last ISIS-controlled zone, Mr Waterstreet said "they are safe, that's the main thing".

Mrs Nettleton's other lawyer Robert Van Aalst told ABC radio on Thursday morning that Mrs Nettleton was "ecstatic" that her grandchildren are said to be still alive.

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'They are safe, that's the main thing': Sydney ISIS children reported alive© Supplied Khaled Sharrouf and his sons on social media. As ISIS falls, women and children who were living under the Islamic State are being sent to camps in Northern Iraq, while suspected fighters are sent to Baghdad.

Convicted terrorist Khaled Sharrouf slipped out of Australia in 2013 on his brother's passport to join the Islamic State. His wife Tara and the couple's five children soon followed him.

Sharrouf became infamous across the world when he tweeted a photo of his son holding a severed head.

"That's my boy", read the caption.

The children's mother Tara Nettleton died in Syria in 2015, following complications from surgery.

Sharrouf died in an airstrike near the Islamic State's default capital Raqqa in 2015, along with two of the couple's sons.

Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton told a press conference last year he could not confirm the deaths. Sharrouf had been reported dead previously, when he was still alive.

"It's always very difficult to confirm these reports, given that we're dealing with war zones in Syria and Iraq," he said.

"The point to make is that no Australian would mourn the loss of Khaled Sharrouf. He's a terrorist, he sought to harm Australians and, if he returned to our country, he would be a significant threat to the Australian public.

"Nobody would want to see Australian children die. Nobody would want to see any children die. But the fact is that Sharrouf and his wife took their children into a war zone. If they have been killed, what other outcome would they expect?"

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