ISIS extremists living in Queensland are being ‘closely monitored’ after returning from conflict in Syria and Iraq

Islamic State fighters who have returned from the conflict in Iraq and Syria are living in Queensland, but are being ‘closely monitored’ by officials.

Australia is currently facing a ‘high’ threat of terrorism according to the government, with a number of Islamic State extremists currently on the ASIO anti-terrorism radar.

A senior Police Commissioner has warned that the experience these fighters have gained from the conflict in makes them a major concern for Australian authorities, reports Courier Mail.

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  • cmh

    Closely monitored my ass… Just like they are closely monitored in Canada. not

  • Why were they allowed to return?

    • Surele Surele

      I was just going to say just that. Why on earth let them back in?!?!

    • Minicapt

      “Tragedies happen, accidents happen.”

      Cheers

  • Speaksvolumes

    The West is committing suicide.

  • Blacksmith

    If they were being monitored through a gun sight it would be appropriate otherwise it is a waste of money. They should have never been allowed to return.

  • Alain

    The first insane decision was letting them in to begin with and allowing their return surpasses normal insanity.

  • Allan

    Why the fuck were they allowed to come back?? It seems all these countries, including mine, have a suicide wish.

  • David

    Well that’s reassuring.