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'''Kirsty Rosse-Emile''' is an [[Australian people|Australian]] woman who travelled to [[Daesh]]-territory, also known as the [[Islamic State]].<ref name=Smh2019-04-04/><ref name=TheNews2019-04-05/>
 
'''Kirsty Rosse-Emile''' is an [[Australian people|Australian]] woman who travelled to [[Daesh]]-territory, also known as the [[Islamic State]].<ref name=Smh2019-04-04/><ref name=TheNews2019-04-05/>
 
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She converted to [[Islam]] when she was a teenager.  She married [[Nabil Kadmir­y]] in 2014, and the pair then travelled to war-torn Syria, to live under Daesh's strict and brutal interpretation of Islamic law.
  
 
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==References==

Latest revision as of 03:06, 8 April 2019

Kirsty Rosse-Emile is an Australian woman who travelled to Daesh-territory, also known as the Islamic State.[1][2] She converted to Islam when she was a teenager. She married Nabil Kadmir­y in 2014, and the pair then travelled to war-torn Syria, to live under Daesh's strict and brutal interpretation of Islamic law.

References

  1. David Wroe, Josh Dye, Erin Pearson (2019-04-04). "What should Australia do with the children of Islamic State?". Sydney Morning Herald (Al-Hawl refugee camp). https://www.smh.com.au/world/middle-east/what-should-australia-do-with-the-children-of-islamic-state-20190404-p51aw8.html. Retrieved 2019-04-07. "Speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age from al-Hawl camp, 16-year-old Hoda Sharrouf also says she forgives her father and mother, Tara Nettleton, for dragging her to Syria along with her four siblings when she was just 11 years old." 
  2. Ben Graham (2019-04-05). "Parents of pregnant Melbourne woman stuck in Syria plead for PM to let her come home". The News (Australia). https://www.news.com.au/world/middle-east/children-of-notorious-islamic-state-terrorist-could-be-brought-to-australia/news-story/e65b4dc8672c555485c20886106ba467. Retrieved 2019-04-07. "Six months’ pregnant, Kirsty Rosse-Emile, 24, used to write about Justin Beiber, AFL scores and the soccer World Cup on her Facebook page before her posts suddenly changed about nine years ago."