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AustraliaISIS kids back in Australia: Slain terrorist Khaled Sharrouf's surviving children arrive home in top-secret operation after they were rescued from Syria

12:50  03 july  2019
12:50  03 july  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

ISIS children heading for Australia: Heavily pregnant daughter of slain terrorist Khaled Sharrouf and seven other Aussie kids are rescued from Syria

ISIS children heading for Australia: Heavily pregnant daughter of slain terrorist Khaled Sharrouf and seven other Aussie kids are rescued from Syria Zaynab Sharrouf, 17, and her two toddlers Aiesha, three, and Fatimah, four, were among eight orphaned children saved from a refugee camp in northern Syria on Sunday at 4.30pm Australian time. Ms Sharrouf is pregnant with her third child after first falling pregnant at just 13. The top secret operation saw the children collected by a local aid agency and driven to a coalition-controlled area of Iraq, The Australian reported. Their final destination is classified for security reasons.

ISIS children heading for Australia : Heavily pregnant daughter of slain terrorist Khaled Sharrouf and seven other Aussie kids are rescued from Syria . Ms Sharrouf is pregnant with her third child after first falling pregnant at just 13. The top secret operation saw the children collected by a local aid

ISIS kids back in Australia : Slain terrorist Khaled Sharrouf ' s surviving children arrive home in top - secret operation after they were rescued from Syria . The Sharrouf children , who spent about five years in Syria under Islamic State's Caliphate, are understood to have arrived in Australia on

ISIS kids back in Australia: Slain terrorist Khaled Sharrouf's surviving children arrive home in top-secret operation after they were rescued from Syria
ISIS kids back in Australia: Slain terrorist Khaled Sharrouf's surviving children arrive home in top-secret operation after they were rescued from Syria
ISIS kids back in Australia: Slain terrorist Khaled Sharrouf's surviving children arrive home in top-secret operation after they were rescued from Syria
ISIS kids back in Australia: Slain terrorist Khaled Sharrouf's surviving children arrive home in top-secret operation after they were rescued from Syria
ISIS kids back in Australia: Slain terrorist Khaled Sharrouf's surviving children arrive home in top-secret operation after they were rescued from Syria

The surviving children of notorious terrorist Khaled Sharrouf are back on Australian soil.

‘They can't be held responsible for the crimes of their parents’

‘They can't be held responsible for the crimes of their parents’ Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has welcomed the decision to bring the orphaned children of notorious terrorist Khaled Sharrouf back to our shores. Sharrouf's three children - Zaynab, 17, Hoda, 16, and Humzeh, eight – were at a refugee camp in Syria along with five other children preparing to come home. "They can't be held responsible for the crimes of their parents," Mr Morrison told reporters in Perth today. © 9News Scott Morrison says he supports the decision to bring the Sharrouf children and others home and they should'n't be blamed for their parents mistakes.

ISIS children back in Australia : surviving children of killed terrorists Khaled Sharrouf come home in a top secret operation after being rescued from Surviving children of the notorious terrorist Khaled Sharrouf are back in Australia . The children spent five years in Syria under the Islamic

Children of Khaled Sharrouf , an Australian Isis terrorist , are reunited with grandmother, Karen Nettleton, in Syria in this year. Five Sharrouf children have been taken out of the country and it is believed they will return to Australia . Photograph: ABC News.

ISIS kids back in Australia: Slain terrorist Khaled Sharrouf's surviving children arrive home in top-secret operation after they were rescued from Syria
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The Sharrouf children, who spent about five years in Syria under Islamic State's  Caliphate, are understood to have arrived on Sunday night, The Australian reported.

Their arrival comes a week after a top secret operation saw the children collected by a local aid agency and driven to a coalition-controlled area of Iraq.

Their final destination is classified for security reasons.

The traumatised children were transported through the Middle East before arriving home at 10.05pm on Sunday, where authorities will reintegrate them.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirmed the rescue operation last week.

KHALED SHARROUF'S CHILDREN

Daughter Zaynab, 17 - Alive

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ISIS children heading for Australia : Heavily pregnant daughter of slain terrorist Khaled Sharrouf and seven other Aussie kids are rescued from Syria . Ms Sharrouf is pregnant with her third child after first falling pregnant at just 13. The top secret operation saw the children collected by a local

Daughter Hoda, 15 - Alive

Son Abdullah - Died aged 12 in 2017

Son Zarqawi - Died aged 11 in 2017

Son Humzeh, eight - Alive

'Repatriating these children was not a decision the Australian government made lightly,' he said.

'Australia's national security and the safety of our people and personnel have ­always been our most important considerations in this matter.'

Zaynab Sharrouf, 17, and her two toddlers Ayesha, three, and Fatimah, two, were among eight children collected by a vehicle convoy at a refugee camp in northern Syria.

The 17-year-old is pregnant with her third child after first falling pregnant at just 13.

Zaynab, Hoda, 16, Humzeh, eight, Abdullah, 12 and Zarqawi, 11, were taken to Syria by their mother and Sharrouf's wife Tara Nettleton.

Sharrouf and their two oldest sons, Abdullah and Zarqawi, are all believed to have been killed in airstrikes.

Nettleton is believed to have died from complications with an illness in 2016, leaving the remaining children orphaned.

Teenage daughter of notorious terrorist Khaled Sharrouf gives birth to her third child hours after fleeing Syria - meaning the family will return to Australia sooner than expected

Teenage daughter of notorious terrorist Khaled Sharrouf gives birth to her third child hours after fleeing Syria - meaning the family will return to Australia sooner than expected The teenage daughter of notorious Australian terrorist Khaled Sharrouf has given birth to her third child, and is set to return to Australia soon.

Three of IS terrorist Khaled Sharrouf ' s children have reportedly survived and are now in a refugee camp in Syria . Prime Minister Scott Morrison is unmoved by calls to bring the three surviving children of Australia ' s most notorious terrorist home from Syria . © Supplied Hoda, right, has begged to be

Sharrouf ’ s two daughters and one son are reported to be in the Kurdish-controlled­ al-Hawl camp. Scott Morrison has refused to countenance helping the children of the Islamic State fighter Khaled The Home Affairs minister, Peter Dutton, has previously said that while the “full force of the law” Masri, 26, said he accepted he might go to jail in Australia , but asked for his pregnant wife and their

Only Zaynab, Hoda and Humzeh have survived after more than half of the Sharrouf family died in the war zone.

After the defeat of ISIS last year, the three surviving children were taken to the Kurdish-controlled camp in northern Syria and had begged to return home.

The rescue operation comes after grandmother Karen Nettleton, 58, tracked down her three surviving grandchildren to the al-Hawl refugee camp in Syria in March.

Karen finally found her grandchildren at the squalid campground of more than 70,000 refugees after desperately trying to bring them home for five years.

Zaynab gave birth after marrying her father's best friend, Mohamed Elomar at the tender age of 13, which Karen said gave her a feeling of 'disgust'.

Elomar died in 2015.

The young mother feared for the health of her two toddlers and that she would be forced to give birth to her third at the squalid camp.

'I think that's my biggest fear now, is to give birth here because I've heard a lot of stories of people giving birth inside their tent and a lot of them haven't worked out, like, properly,' Zaynab said on ABC's Four Corners.

'Some children have made it, some children have died.'

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