Shadow Immigration Minister Dan Tehan says the government needs to “come clean” on what the next steps are regarding the successful reparation of some Islamic State brides and their children to Australia last week.
“What are the next steps to keep Australians safe to make sure that these returnees are properly monitored? what is the cost of that?” Mr Tehan told Sky News Australia.
“But more importantly, two of the women have got husbands back in those camps in Syria – now is the plan to see them come back as well, and what will the Australian people know about their activities in Syria when they were active members of ISIS.”
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