150 Australians Have Travelled To Iraq To Join ISIS Jihadists, 20 Killed

August 21, 2015 – 150 Australians Have Travelled To Iraq To Join ISIS Jihadists, 20 Killed

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Thursday that seven young Australians were stopped at airport as they tried to leave to join Islamic State in the Middle East.

Abbott said that they are now under investigation by counter-terrorist agencies as they were found to be carrying large amount of cash and other suspicious materials.

The Australian government said more than 150 Australians have left to join Islamic State in Iraq.
At least 20 of them have been killed and 20 are believed to have returned to Australia.

About 60 passports of suspected jihadists have been cancelled and 100 people in Australia are believed to be assisting the jihadists in some way.

In the past 12 months police have arrested and charged 14 suspected terrorists for plotting to attack and behead people in Australia.

Up to a dozen people convicted of terrorist plots are currently in jail.

One thought on “150 Australians Have Travelled To Iraq To Join ISIS Jihadists, 20 Killed

  1. somebody please tell me say US no see this very story,150 go join ISIS and still dem dey rate their country as one of the best in the world, Only abdulmutala tried to execute one job wey dem catch am and the next dey America bring out list say 9ja is no 3 terrorist country in the world, if dey can count at least 150 wey don joined terrorist in that country, what of the ones wey hide wey dem no count?? see now oo see now ooo

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