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Nabil Kadmiry married Kirsty Rosse-Emile (photo) in 2013. They traveled together to Syria in 2014, and the couple has two children

Three double citizens living in Syria have STRIPPED their Australian citizenship – including a jihadist bride who has run away to the Middle East to play with an & # 39; ISIS playboy & # 39; to marry

  • Three more dual nationals living in Syria have stripped Australian citizenship
  • In September, the government said 14 people had taken their citizenship from them
  • However, that number has since risen to 17, including the wife of ISIS & # 39; playboy & # 39;
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Three more dual nationals living in Syria have stripped their Australian citizenship.

Earlier this week, it was revealed that Zehra Duman, a mother from Melbourne, was one of three.

Another Melburnian, Nabil Kadmiry, was also stripped of his Australian citizenship after being captured by Kurdish forces in Syria.

Both Duman and Kadmiry left Australia to join ISIS.

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In September, the Australian government said 14 Australians have stripped their citizenship since 2015 – but that number has now risen to 17, the Australian reported.

Nabil Kadmiry married Kirsty Rosse-Emile (photo) in 2013. They traveled together to Syria in 2014, and the couple has two children

Nabil Kadmiry married Kirsty Rosse-Emile (photo) in 2013. They traveled together to Syria in 2014, and the couple has two children

Earlier this week it was revealed that Zehra Duman, a mother from Melbourne, was one of three Australians who had stripped their citizenship

Earlier this week it was revealed that Zehra Duman, a mother from Melbourne, was one of three Australians who had stripped their citizenship

Earlier this week it was revealed that Zehra Duman, a mother from Melbourne, was one of three Australians who had stripped their citizenship

Kadmiry is one of about 12 men living in detention centers in Syrian camps who are threatened by the impending invasion of the area by Turkey.

He married Kirsty Rosse-Emile in 2013. They traveled together to Syria in 2014, and the couple has two children.

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Duman, 26, had her Australian citizenship discarded by the Morrison government, The New Daily reported.

The federal government was able to strip her of her citizenship because she was a dual citizen of Australia and Turkey – but her two children are & # 39; stateless & # 39; abandoned.

Duman left Australia in 2014 to join ISIS before joining the Melbourne man and ISIS hunter and & # 39; playboy & # 39; Mahmoud Abdullatif married who was killed the following year in an air raid.

After which she was accused of taking on the role of recruiter for other ISIS brides.

Kamalle Dabboussy, the father of another ISIS bride, told the publication that he had spoken to Duman.

Duman left Australia in 2014 to join ISIS before marrying the Melbourne man and ISIS hunter Mahmoud Abdullatif (photo) who was killed the following year in an air raid
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Duman left Australia in 2014 to join ISIS before marrying the Melbourne man and ISIS hunter Mahmoud Abdullatif (photo) who was killed the following year in an air raid

Duman left Australia in 2014 to join ISIS before marrying the Melbourne man and ISIS hunter Mahmoud Abdullatif (photo) who was killed the following year in an air raid

& # 39; Zehra talked about it with my daughter. She was more angry with her children than with herself. She can't get to Turkey in any way. In principle, those children are now stateless & # 39 ;, he said.

Foreign Minister Marise Payne said they worked closely with Allied countries on how to deal with those who are considered a risk to the Australian population.

& # 39; Australia remains concerned about the well-being of Australians in internally displaced persons camps in Syria and finances humanitarian organizations to provide aid and support in the camps & # 39 ;, she said.

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& # 39; As we have made clear, we will not endanger Australian officials, armed forces or our public, so any repatriation will only take place if this is safe. & # 39;

Duman now lives in the Al-Hawl camp, in northeastern Syria, but had to be guarded to a part of the camp that was guarded by cameras after he was threatened with burning down her tent.

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