Needs when it comes to ladies and kids detained in the al-Hawl camp to be repatriated to Australia have become louder as their family relations have grown to be increasingly vocal and news reports begin to personalise these “IS brides” and report that the ladies feel by themselves at an increased risk from hardliners into the camps.
Australian girl Shayma Assaad and her three sons during the al-Hawl camp in north-eastern Syria in April. Credit: David Wroe
The us government was similarly firm in doubting them any possibility of a return that is swift citing an unwillingness to reveal its officials to danger to facilitate the procedure. Read more