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Australia Islamic State prisoners seeking to return to Aus 'have revoked all rights'

15:15  15 november  2019
15:15  15 november  2019 Source:   skynews.com.au

Philippine army says it thwarted a suicide bombing in town in restive south

  Philippine army says it thwarted a suicide bombing in town in restive south Philippine army says it thwarted a suicide bombing in town in restive southTroops manning a checkpoint on the island of Jolo engaged in a short gunfight with three men on a motorcycle late on Tuesday afternoon. The attackers were killed and bomb vests, a handgun, a grenade and detonators were seized, the military said.

Allies have been worried that Islamic State militants could escape as a result of Turkey's assault against The man was refused entry and returned to Turkey, accompanied by the Turkish police Denmark, Germany and Britain have revoked the citizenship of some fighters and family members.

Islamic State terrorists on Monday, signalling NATO allies France, Germany, Denmark, and the U.S. will be the first on the receiving end of returned jihadists. warned last week Ankara would begin to send back Islamic State militants to their home countries even if their citizenships have been revoked .

Queensland Chamber of Commerce Head of Media Daniel Petrie says Islamic State prisoners seeking to return to Australia have “revoked any rights that they further seek in coming back to this land”.

Turkey is moving to deport up to three Islamic State prisoners and has urged Australia to accept them, according to a Saturday report by The Australian.

Mr Petrie said the Islamic State detainees have “no place” in Australia given the organisation’s crimes, including “beheadings" and "rape”.

He added the government may not “be able to hold out for eternity in terms of being able to stop fighters coming back”.

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Adelaide nursing student Zainab Abdirahman-Khalif was cleared of terror charges last month.Adelaide nursing student Zainab Abdirahman-Khalif left court a free woman last month when her conviction for being a member of terrorist organisation was overturned.

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