Kirsty Rosse-Emile is an Australian woman who travelled to Daesh-territory, also known as the Islamic State. 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.
- 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."
- 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."