1. Australian Isis terrorist's children reunited with grandmother in Syria  The Guardian
  2. Sharrouf children reunited with grandmother in Syria five years after family joined Islamic State  ABC News
  3. Australian terrorist Khaled Sharrouf’s surviving children plead for home  NEWS.com.au
  4. 'When the hell are we getting back home': Khaled Sharrouf's children speak  The Age
  5. Sharrouf children 'wanted to leave' Islamic State, say they pose no threat to Australia  ABC News
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Zaynab, 17, Hoda, 15, and Hamza, eight, were taken from Sydney to join Islamic State by their mother in 2014. After the defeat of ISIS last year, they are now in the Al-Hawl refugee camp in northern Syria.Zaynab, 17, Hoda, 15, and Hamza, eight, were taken from Sydney to join Islamic State by their mother in 2014. After the defeat of ISIS last year, they are now in the Al-Hawl refugee camp in northern Syria.

Children of Australian ISIS fighter are desperate to come home | Daily Mail Online

The three orphaned children of notorious Australian Islamic State fighter Khaled Sharrouf are begging to return to Australia, five years after they were taken to Syria.The three orphaned children of notorious Australian Islamic State fighter Khaled Sharrouf are begging to return to Australia, five years after they were taken to Syria.

Khaled Sharrouf: Kids of Islamic State fighter desperate to return to Australia

The grandchildren of Aussie Karen Nettleton became famous after their father Khaled Sharrouf published pictures of his son holding the severed head of an IS prisoner.The grandchildren of Aussie Karen Nettleton became famous after their father Khaled Sharrouf published pictures of his son holding the severed head of an IS prisoner.

‘They’re not monsters’: Aussie gran’s bid to rescue orphaned grandkids from ISIS | Starts at 60

After five years, countless phone calls, online messages and two failed rescue missions, Sydney grandmother Karen Nettleton is reunited with her three surviving grandchildren and two great-grandchildren in a refugee camp in north-east Syria.After five years, countless phone calls, online messages and two failed rescue missions, Sydney grandmother Karen Nettleton is reunited with her grandchildren in a refugee camp in north-east Syria.

Sharrouf children reunited with grandmother in Syria five years after family joined Islamic State - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

The children of the late Australian IS fighter Khaled Sharrouf have been reunited with their Australian grandmother and want to come home.The children of the late Australian IS fighter Khaled Sharrouf have been reunited with their Australian grandmother and want to come home.

The orphaned children of notorious Islamic State fighter Khaled Sharrouf want to return to Australia, saying they are no threat to the community and neverThe orphaned children of notorious Islamic State fighter Khaled Sharrouf want to return to Australia, saying they are no threat to the community and never

Sharrouf children 'wanted to leave' Islamic State, come home to Australia | The New Daily