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Australia Intellectually disabled Australian teenager is holed up by himself in degrading conditions inside a crowded and filthy men's jail in Syria

22:50  08 october  2019
22:50  08 october  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Intellectually disabled Australian teenager is holed up by himself in degrading conditions inside a crowded and filthy men ' s jail in Syria . Sydney teen reportedly detained in a filthy men ' s jail among ISIS fighters in Syria . His mother is worried sick about her son's welfare and wants to ensure he's safe.

' Filthy ' Thurston misses million kick. JT couldn't hide his frustration after missing a kick that cost a fan a chance of winning million. © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited An intellectually disabled teen is reportedly detained in a crowded men ' s jail in northern Syria .

a group of people standing in front of a crowd: An intellectually disabled teen is reportedly detained in a crowded men's jail  in northern Syria© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited An intellectually disabled teen is reportedly detained in a crowded men's jail  in northern Syria

A Sydney teenager with an intellectual disability is reportedly being detained in a crowded and filthy men's jail among ISIS fighters in Syria.

The father of an ISIS bride trapped in a Syrian refugee camp says the boy's mother is worried sick about her son's welfare after finding out he's on his own and not with his Australian father.

The disturbing revelations about the detained teen comes after harrowing photos recently emerged of degrading conditions inside a prison camp in northern Syria, where thousands of jihadist fighters are crammed into jail cells amid rising tensions between extremists.

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It was also revealed this week another Jihadi bride in Syria, Zehra Duman, 26 has been stripped of her Australian citizenship by the federal government.

It's understood the detained teen, who recently turned 16, isn't a foreign fighter and has not committed a crime, The New Daily reported.

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He was 11 when he was taken to Syria by relatives and was captured after the fall of the ISIS caliphate.

It's understood Australian authorities have known about the teen being detained in the Syrian prison camp for months.

Kamalle Dabboussy, whose daughter Mariam is trapped in the Al-Hawl refugee camp with her three young children said the teen's mother is desperate to ensure her son is safe.

'His mother told me, 'This is just a child in a big boy's body',' Mr Dabboussy told The New Daily.

'All boys, if they are 15 or 16, they are in jail with the men.'

Harrowing photos have emerged of degrading conditions inside a Syrian men's prison camp© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Harrowing photos have emerged of degrading conditions inside a Syrian men's prison camp

Daily Mail Australia has contacted the Department of Foreign Affairs for further comment.

Mr Dabboussy warned it could be days before it's too late to get Mariam and the three children - aged one, three and five - out of Syria's Al-Hawl camp.

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She's one of more than 60 Australians, most of them children, detained in the war-torn country.

'I miss my daughter greatly. She was my best friend and I enjoy her company and I look forward to having her with me day-to-day,' Mr Dabboussy told reporters in Melbourne on Tuesday.

a person posing for the camera: Kamalle Dabboussy warned it could be just days before it's too late to get his daughter Mariam (pictured) and three young grandchildren out of Syria's Al-Hawl camp© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Kamalle Dabboussy warned it could be just days before it's too late to get his daughter Mariam (pictured) and three young grandchildren out of Syria's Al-Hawl camp

Mr Dabboussy said his daughter and other women had been duped and coerced into entering Syria and did not pose a threat to Australia.

Her eldest child was born in Australia and the other two in Syria.

Mariam previously told the ABC she had been tricked into entering Syria by her husband after he took her on a holiday to countries including Lebanon in 2015.

a group of people sitting in a room: Thousands of jihadist fighters are crammed into jail cells amid rising tensions between extremists in a prison camp in northern Syria© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Thousands of jihadist fighters are crammed into jail cells amid rising tensions between extremists in a prison camp in northern Syria

Another Australian in Syria, Zehra Duman, 26 has been stripped of her Australian citizenship after fleeing Melbourne as a teenager to marry an Islamic State fighter in the Middle East.

Duman is a dual Turkish and Australian citizen.

There are concerns the decision could leave her children, aged one and three, stateless.

a person posing for the camera: Zehra Duman, who fled Australia as a teenager to marry an Islamic State fighter, was recently notified of the government's decision© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Zehra Duman, who fled Australia as a teenager to marry an Islamic State fighter, was recently notified of the government's decision

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Peter Dutton has ruled out extracting 66 Australian women and children trapped in refugee camps in Syria, saying he won't put defence personnel at risk to help them. The home affairs minister said it was too dangerous to send Australian troops or diplomats into the war-torn nation, despite a ceasefire between the warring parties."The advice is consistent to us, and that is that there's not an opportunity, given the danger there at the moment," he told reporters in Canberra on Friday.© AAP Al Hawl camp, Syria, where around 72,000 people are now residing in Al Hawl camp.

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