Khaled Sharrouf, pictured, fled Australia in 2013 to join extremist forces. (Twitter)
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The eldest child of a convicted Australian-Lebanese terrorist who has pleading for repatriation from a Syrian refugee camp has been a Daesh (ISIS) propagandist who could potentially face terrorism charges at home, a security analyst said Wednesday.Sharrouf in 2017 became the first dual national to be stripped of Australian citizenship for actions contrary to his allegiance to Australia.Carroll said Zaynab became a prominent Daesh propagandist making social media posts supporting atrocities and the activities of her father and her husband Mohamed Elomar, an Australian Daesh fighter who was killed while she was pregnant in 2015 .While children as young as 14 can be charged under Australian terrorism laws, Carroll said there would be public support for Zaynab undergoing a deradicalization program in Australia, also known as disengagement, since going to Syria had not been her decision.
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