Western Sydney community leaders ask to meet with PM to discuss return of ISIS brides

Community leaders from western Sydney invited Prime Minister Anthony Albanese to a meeting to discuss the impact of returning families linked to the Islamic State to their communities.

Four women and their 13 children, who have been staying inside the Syrian Roj camp since the fall of the Islamic State in 2019, arrived at Sydney Airport on Saturday morning.

Fairfield Mayor Frank Carboni has criticized the Albanian government for a “lack of communication” on the issue.

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