EXCLUSIVE: For all their tough talk about not bringing home Australian women and children who are languishing in ISIS controlled camps in north-eastern Syria, the Federal Government and Peter Dutton’s Home Affairs office has quietly accepted the repatriation of an ISIS terrorist over the weekend who has been deported from Turkey.
An unnamed Australian man who was fighting on behalf of ISIS terrorist forces in Syria has been deported from Turkey back to Australia over the weekend, according to the Turkish Interior Ministry.
According to information from the Turkish Government, there are currently just under 1,000 foreign citizens in Turkey’s deportation centres who are believed to be associated with ISIS.
True Crime News Weekly contacted Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton’s office this morning seeking comment about the repatriation of the Islamic State terrorist over the weekend. We asked as to whether the terrorist’s identity will ever be made public, and whether the local Australian population was now in any danger.
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Previously, Dutton has claimed that even allowing for the families of ISIS terrorists – women and young children – to return from Syria and be repatriated to Australia would endanger the local population, and increase the risk of a local terror attack.
After we did not receive a response to our questions by deadline, True Crime News Weekly contacted the media office of the Home Affairs department by phone.
A spokesperson claimed the department was working on a response. We still have not received a response.
It begs the question, why is Peter Dutton so very quiet about welcoming this ISIS terrorist back home to Australia?
Is it because it makes a mockery of all his tough talk about not being able to repatriate women and children due to their potential to be terrorists?
Well, here’s a real-life terrorist that’s been allowed to return and the Australian Government is busy covering it up.
It simply does not want the public to know.
Last month, Turkey extradited another ISIS terrorist back to his home country of Ireland.
It was reported last week the Turkish Government has deported 21 ISIS terrorists in November of this year alone.
The Turkish Government had announced in November that it would begin deporting captured ISIS terrorists back to their home countries.