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Australia is doing it’s job well in  tracking down a terrorism element in the community & having her charged.

The wife [Fatima] of this terrorist Mohamed Elomar has been nabbed arrested & charged by the Australian Federal Police

If found guilty we cannot afford to be seen to be weak in our penalty application to all terrorists.

Bullets are cheap.

Let them leave here & never ever to return. Keeping them here under detention costs us money.

They say an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth & maybe a head for a head for us to stay ahead

Mohamed Elomar, suspected to be in Syria or Iraq image

Mohamed Elomar, suspected to be in Syria or Iraq; his wife has been charged with supporting incursions into a foreign state.

Police say they have phone records and surveillance footage to back up their case against the wife of suspected Islamic State fighter Mohamed Elomar.

Fatima Elomar was arrested by counter-terrorism detectives in May as she tried to board a flight to Malaysia with her four children.

Police allege she was carrying cash and supplies, including camouflage gear, GPS watches, money and some medical supplies on behalf of her husband, who is in Syria and reportedly fighting with the terror group.

Mohamed Elomar and his fellow Australian fighter Khaled Sharrouf recently posted images on Twitter, showing them posing with the heads of executed fighters, holding guns and standing over bloodied bodies.

Ms Elomar is yet to enter a plea. The 29-year-old is charged under the Crimes (Foreign Incursions and Recruitment) Act with supporting incursions into a foreign state with the intention of engaging in hostile activities.

On Tuesday, the Downing Centre Local Court was told a committal hearing cannot proceed without written permission of the Attorney-General. That consent was being sought, Magistrate John Bailey was told.

Her lawyer, Zali Burrows, has previously said Ms Elomar was heading overseas for a family reunion.

The case will return to court in November.


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