Four Alleged ISIS Brides Repatriated in Australia

  • | Tuesday, 8 November, 2022
Four Alleged ISIS Brides Repatriated in Australia

     Numerous Australian and English news outlets revealed that the Australian ‎authorities have repatriated four ISIS female members who are set to be subjected to a ‎number of control orders.‎
Australian Federal Police (AFP) has been tasked with offering assessment of ‎this group of women.  AFP Commissioner, Reece Kershaw, confirmed ‎to Senate that investigations are ongoing into whether any of the women have ‎breached Australian laws or should be subjected to stricter surveillance in the ‎community.‎
Expressing his confidence in the surveillance framework monitoring the ‎group, Kershaw stressed that 17 returned women and children have been ‎cooperating with the police.‎
For its part, Al-Azhar Observatory for Combating Extremism (AOCE) has for long ‎been following up on ISIS returnees, dealing with it as one of ‎the most sensitive issues that require significant efforts and major ‎collaboration.‎
AOCE is hopeful that Australian authorities will deals with ISIS returnees wisely, and warns in the meantime against any potential  ‎exploitation of the situation by the far rightists to harass Australian Muslims.‎

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