Australia: Three dual nationals living in Syria have had their Australian citizenship STRIPPED - including a jihadi bride who ran away to the Middle East to marry an 'ISIS playboy' - PressFrom - Australia
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Australia Three dual nationals living in Syria have had their Australian citizenship STRIPPED - including a jihadi bride who ran away to the Middle East to marry an 'ISIS playboy'

21:50  09 october  2019
21:50  09 october  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Jihadi bride, 26, who ran away to the Middle East to marry an ISIS 'playboy' has her citizenship STRIPPED leaving her two children 'stateless'

  Jihadi bride, 26, who ran away to the Middle East to marry an ISIS 'playboy' has her citizenship STRIPPED leaving her two children 'stateless' A Jihadi bride who fled Australia to marry and ISIS 'playboy' in the Middle East before he was killed has had her citizenship stripped leaving her children stateless.Zehra Duman, 26, who was living in Melbourne before she left, has had her Australian citizenship stripped by the Morrison Government, The New Daily reported.

a woman smiling for the camera: Nabil Kadmiry married Kirsty Rosse-Emile (pictured) in 2013. They travelled to Syria together in 2014, and the couple have two children© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Nabil Kadmiry married Kirsty Rosse-Emile (pictured) in 2013. They travelled to Syria together in 2014, and the couple have two children

Three more dual nationals living in Syria have had their Australian citizenship stripped.

Earlier this week it was revealed that Zehra Duman, a Melbourne mother, was one of the three.

Another Melburnian, Nabil Kadmiry, was also stripped of his Australian citizenship after he was captured in Syria by Kurdish forces.

Both Duman and Kadmiry left Australia to join ISIS.

In September, the Australian government said 14 Australians had their citizenship stripped since 2015 - but that number has now increased to 17, the Australian reported.

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

  Intellectually disabled Australian teenager is holed up by himself in degrading conditions inside a crowded and filthy men's jail in Syria A Sydney teenager with an intellectual disability is reportedly being detained in a crowded and filthy men's jail among ISIS fighters in northern Syria, despite having done nothing wrongThe 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.

a person posing for the camera: Earlier this week it was revealed that Zehra Duman, a Melbourne mother, was one of the three Australians to have their citizenship stripped© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Earlier this week it was revealed that Zehra Duman, a Melbourne mother, was one of the three Australians to have their citizenship stripped

Kadmiry is one of about 12 men living in detention centres in Syrian camps under threat by the impending invasion of the area by Turkey.

He married Kirsty Rosse-Emile in 2013. They travelled to Syria together in 2014, and the couple have two children.

Duman, 26, had her Australian citizenship stripped by the Morrison Government, The New Daily reported.

The Federal Government was able to strip her of her citizenship as she was a dual citizen of Australia and Turkey - however her two children have been left 'stateless'.

Duman left Australia in 2014 to join up with ISIS before marrying Melbourne man and ISIS fighter and 'playboy' Mahmoud Abdullatif who was killed in an airstrike the following year.

From a middle class childcare worker to an ISIS bride: How young mother's life was turned upside down when she was 'tricked' into entering Syria with her children - and why Australia won't let her back in

  From a middle class childcare worker to an ISIS bride: How young mother's life was turned upside down when she was 'tricked' into entering Syria with her children - and why Australia won't let her back in Mariam Dabboussy went to Lebanon for a holiday with her husband Kaled Zahab in mid-2015. From there, she ended up in Syria as the wife of an ISIS fighter. She now can't return to Australia.Mariam Dabboussy was not a devout Muslim, but her life changed at age 22 when she married Kaled Zahab.

After which she was accused of taking on the role of recruiter for other ISIS brides.

Kamalle Dabboussy, who is the father of a different ISIS bride, told the publication he had spoken to Duman.

a person holding a gun: Duman left Australia in 2014 to join up with ISIS before marrying Melbourne man and ISIS fighter Mahmoud Abdullatif (pictured) who was killed in an airstrike the following year© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Duman left Australia in 2014 to join up with ISIS before marrying Melbourne man and ISIS fighter Mahmoud Abdullatif (pictured) who was killed in an airstrike the following year

'Zehra spoke to my daughter about it. She was most upset for her children more than herself. There's no way she can get to Turkey. Basically those children are now stateless,' he said.

Foreign Minister Marise Payne said they were working close with allied countries about how to handle those deemed a risk to the Australian population.

'Australia remains concerned for the welfare of Australians in internally displaced persons camps in Syria and funds humanitarian agencies to deliver aid and support into the camps,' she said.

'As we have made clear, we will not put Australian officials, forces or our public in danger so any repatriation will occur only if safe to do so.'

Duman, now lives in the Al-Hawl camp, in northeastern Syria but had to move to a section of the camp monitored by cameras after being threatened with having her tent burnt down.


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