One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has described the surviving children of the killed ISIS terrorist Khaled Sharrouf as a danger to Australia.
The Queensland senator demanded that Prime Minister Scott Morrison stop them from returning to Australia after their grandmother, Karen Nettleton, found them in a Syrian refugee camp.
She was reunited with her loved ones five years after her now deceased son-in-law Sharrouf and his deceased Muslim-converted wife Tara Nettleton brought their five children to Syria to join IS.
& # 39; How do you know if they will become a danger to Australia or not? & # 39; said Senator Hanson in a video message posted on social media on Tuesday.
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson described the children (pictured with their grandmother Karen Nettleton from Sydney) of the killed ISIS hunter Khaled Sharrouf as a danger to Australia
& # 39; Do I want to risk security in Australia? No I don't. & # 39;
Senator Hanson, who wants a ban on Islamic immigration, beat the granddaughters of Nettleton, Zaynab, who is 17 and pregnant, and Hoda, 16, for wearing black, full-body Niqabs in the refugee camp in northern Syria.
The ABC Corners program stated that the teenagers had worn full face-covering clothing because the wearing of the niqab was strictly followed by IS followers in the al-Hawl camp near the border with Iraq.
However, Senator Hanson rejected this statement, because the granddaughters of Ns Nettleton were previously Muslim fundamentalists.
Senator Hanson also referred to how Mrs. Nettleton's grandson, Abdullah (right), was photographed with a severed head in 2014 after his father Khaled Sharrouf brought him to Syria
Senator Hanson (photo) said the surviving Sharrouf children did not deradicalize
& # 39; These women wore the full burqa, covered their hands, & she said.
& # 39; Real fundamentalists are someone who has covered their hands and who have never taken the burqa in the privacy of that tent.
& # 39; That tells me they intend to wear it here in Australia. & # 39;
Senator Hanson also referred to how Abdullah's grandson, Nettleton, was photographed in 2014 with a carved head.
While this boy was murdered in 2017 at the age of 12, the One Nation leader said his surviving siblings, including his eight-year-old brother Humzeh, could not be legalized.
& # 39; These are the children who kept the heads of severed people who killed the ISIS hunters & # 39 ;, said Senator Hanson.
& # 39; The apple does not fall far from the tree and many of these children have been indoctrinated at a young age.
Senator Hanson, who is a grandmother herself, argued that Mrs. Nettleton (pictured to embrace her granddaughter) had to move overseas to another part of the Middle East if she wanted to be with her grandchildren
& # 39; To bring them back to the country because the grandparents say, "We miss them"? & # 39;
Khaled Sharrouf & # 39; s children
Daughter Zaynab, 17 – Alive
Daughter Hoda, 16 – Living
Son Abdullah – died in 2017 at the age of 12
Son Zarqawi – died 11 years old in 2017
Son Humzeh, eight – Alive
Senator Hanson, who is a grandmother herself, argued that Mrs. Nettleton had to move abroad to another part of the Middle East if she wanted to be with her grandchildren.
& # 39; Let them go to a country that fits their beliefs, and I recommend that if you feel strong enough about it, grandparents should do what many other grandparents have had to do: move abroad themselves, & # 39 ; she said.
Mr. Morrison on Tuesday, he was open-minded about bringing the Sharrouf children to Australia, provided that no Australian was injured to retrieve them.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison (on the right with the Liberal Representative Sarah Henderson) was opened on Tuesday to bring the Sharrouf children back to Australia, provided that no Australian was wounded to retrieve them
The prime minister described Khaled Sharrouf (pictured with sons Abdullah, 12, and Zarqawi, 11 shortly before an air strike killed them in 2017) as a & # 39; murderous terrorist & # 39;
& # 39; When it comes to the children, we will of course handle every case on its merits, but in each case we place the safety of Australians at the top of the list, & he said to reporters in Torquay. , south of Geelong.
The prime minister described Sharrouf as a & # 39; murderous terrorist & # 39 ;.
& # 39; He was a despicable person, & # 39; he said, campaigning with Liberal MP Sarah Henderson in the marginal seat of Corangamite.
& # 39; And the fact that he has placed his children in that environment is unthinkable as a parent.
& # 39; This is a very special brand of evil that he lived and no one is unhappy to see the back of him. & # 39;
Australians beg to come home after fighting with ISIS
Oliver Bridgeman, 21
Olive Bridgeman, 21, (photo) claims he went to Syria to be a humanitarian aid worker.
- The 21-year-old from Toowoomba in Queensland & Darling Downs claimed that he had traveled to Syria to be a humanitarian aid worker.
- He previously assured his mother and father that he had not fought in the war-torn country, where ISIS terrorists are fighting for control.
- His passport has been canceled by the Australian government and he has been stuck in the war-torn area since 2016.
Mahir Absar Alam, 26,
Mahir Absar Alam, 26, (photo), was caught just outside Baghouz.
- Alam joined the Islamic State just four weeks after it proclaimed its so-called Caliphate in 2014.
- He reportedly expressed his regret to join.
- The 26-year-old faces spend time in a prison camp in Syria and can be brought to Iraq for trial or possibly deported to Australia, where he can be prosecuted.
Ahmed Merhi, 27
Ahmed Merhi, 27, (photo) has begged Australia to help him escape.
- The Sydney terrorist, Ahmed Merhi, has begged Australia to help him after he was sentenced to death by being stuck in Iraq.
- The former student of the Granville Boys High School, from the west of Sydney, traveled to Syria in 2014 or 2015.
- He claimed at the time that he was traveling to the war-torn area to provide assistance.
Janai Safar, 24
Janai Safar, 24, (photo), has previously vowed never to return to Australia.
- Safar lives in a refugee camp in northern Syria after his defeat.
- She left Australia to allegedly become a member of the jihadist terror group in 2015.
- She previously promised that she would never return to Australia.
- & # 39; It was my decision to go here to leave naked women in the street. I don't want my son being brought up there, & she said.
Zehra Duman, 24,
Zehra Duman, 24, (photo) hit the headlines in Australia when she fled to Syria in 2014.
- Duman, from Melbourne, is believed to be held at the al-Hawl refugee camp in Syria with her two-year-old son and six-month-old daughter.
- She claims she has been trying to leave ISIS for two years.
- The 24-year-old said she knew Australians would be angry with her, but emphasized: & My children have the right to be treated as normal children. & # 39;
Khaled Sharrouf & # 39; s children: Zaynab, 17, Hoda, 16, and Humzeh, eight
Zaynab (top left), Hoda (top right) and Humzeh (bottom, center) are in the al-Howl camp.
- The remaining three children of the Australian terrorist have been detained since mid-March in al-Hawl refugee camp in northeastern Syria.
- Their mother, Tara Nettleton, who lives in Sydney, smuggled the children from Australia after her husband left to join the Caliphate.
- Nettleton would have died in 2016, while Sharrouf and his two oldest sons would have been killed in 2017 in an air raid.