- At least 110 Australians are still in Syria and Iraq fighting for the terrorist group
- More than 70 children are expected to return to Australia this year
- The Turnbull government will be offering them privacy and an education
- Despite welcoming them with welfare, the public’s safety remains a top priority
The Australian government has planned for the return of at least 70 children of ISIS fighters and will given them counselling, welfare and citizenship.
Justice Minister Michael Keenan said that each child will be case-managed and the states will be working together to ensure they have access to an education.
Despite security being a top priority upon their return, Mr Keenan was quick to say the returning youngsters won’t be left without help or guidance as they transition back into a regular life.
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