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Australian Woman Becomes ISIS Bride, Makes Fatal Mistake

The Islamic State in Iraq and Al Sham (ISIS) has attracted thousands of foreign volunteers to fight for and support the barbaric society it has created in parts of Iraq and Syria. In February, 2016, 31-year-old Australia woman, Tara Nettleton, died in Syria after traveling to the war-torn country with her Muslim husband and ISIS soldier, Khaled Sharrouf along with their five children. Ms Nettleton married Mr Sharrouf when she was only 16.

Ms Nettleton and Mr Sharrouf were condemned across the Western World when images emerged of the couple praising their 10-year-old son, Abdullah, who was pictured with the severed head of a Syrian soldier.

In another horrifying development, Ms Nettleton’s young daughter Zaynab was married to one of her father’s friends while in Syria after her father died. Zaynab later became pregnant at the age of 13. After Ms Nettleton willingly gave up her daughter to the sexual abuse and violent proclivities of an ISIS soldier, she was wracked with several health problems. 8 weeks after the birth of her granddaughter (Zaynab’s daughter), Mr Nettleton died from appendicitis.

Ms Nettleton’s mother, Karen, campaigned for the Australian Government to intervene and help her daughter saying ‘They more than ever need the love and care of their family to help them recover from the trauma, abuse and terrors of war they have experienced. Unlike millions of displaced people in Iraq and Syria, they have a place to come home to.”. However, considering Ms Nettleton’s willingness to travel with her children to a war-torn region, there was little to nothing they could do.

In April, 2016, Karen returned to Australia after she was forced to travel back home in an abortive attempt to rescue her daughter and grandchildren.

The condition, beliefs, and location of Ms Nettelton’s children: Zaynab, Hoda, Abdullah, Zaqawi and Humzeh, is not known. The Australian Government has condemned people travelling from Australia to fight with ISIS and is considering new measures to prevent people from making the trip and stopping people like Mr Sharrouf from returning.

Ms Nettleton’s decision to travel from the peace and prosperity of Australia indicate she was indoctrinated by her husband in radical ‘ISIS style’ teachings from a young age. It is essential that ISIS is defeated before more children are sexually brutalized, killed or radicalized.

Source: MailOnline
Photo: SMH

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