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Khaled Sharrouf

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Khaled Sharrouf is a foreign fighter who in 2013 travelled to Syrian territory to fight in the Syrian Civil War on the side of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. Born in Sydney, Australia, in 2017 he was the first Australian dual-national to have his Australian citizenship revoked under anti-terror legislation passed in 2015. In 2014, he posted an image to the Internet showing his seven-year-old son holding the severed head of a Syrian soldier, an act that was widely condemned.

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Hope for IS terrorist Sharrouf's children

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is considering the return of terrorist Khaled Sharrouf's children on its merits but says national security is his main concern.
SBS - Published

PM considering Sharrouf kids case on merit

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is considering the return of terrorist Khaled Sharrouf's children on its merits but says national security is his main concern.
SBS - Published

'Now your life can start again': Sharrouf children finally reunited with Sydney grandma

The orphaned children of notorious Islamic State terrorist Khaled Sharrouf have been reunited with their grandma Karen Nettleton.
SBS - Published

Grandma fights to get Sharrouf kids home

Karen Nettleton, the grandmother of Khaled Sharrouf's three surviving children, says she's been speaking with Australian officials to get the youngsters home.
SBS - Published

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