Australian ISIS widow Tara Nettleton dies from APPENDICITIS in Syria two years after she took her five children to join her terrorist husband Khaled Sharrouf

The widow of notorious Australian ISIS terrorist Khaled Sharrouf has reportedly died in Syria, orphaning her five children and leaving an eight-week-old granddaughter behind.

Tara Nettleton, 31, was unable to access crucial medical treatments and died from appendicitis complications in late 2015, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.

Tara’s father Peter Nettleton refused to confirm the reports when contacted by Daily Mail Australia.

  • Etobicoke_Gladiator

    Thanks for sharing a good news story like this. I feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

    • Justin St.Denis

      It warms the cockles, doesn’t it?

  • Exile1981

    Her father is just going to use this in his fight to be able to bring the kids and granchild home to australia.


      I’m sure he’ll try, but it is like importing little runts to nurture
      them to become full-blown jihadists. Best would be to send
      their grandpa to join them there, wherever they are.

      • Blacksmith

        I do like that solution.

    • David Murrell

      The litle shits would be welcome in Trudeau’s Canada.

  • Dana Garcia

    Allah willed it. She just wasn’t worthy. Sorry, kids.

  • k1992

    I pray that there is a God so that she must face justice for her crimes, something she avoided in this life. Death is too easy an escape otherwise.

  • QiPo

    Ain’t Al La just the best sometimes? (Insert ululate here)

    • truthdareisay

      Hope this is to your satisfaction 🙂

      • Etobicoke_Gladiator

        Mazel Tov!!! 🙂

  • Clink9

    So sorry, I’ve used up all my shits to give …

  • Barrington Minge

    Oh dear..snigger, chuckle,……hahahahahahahaha….LOL!!!

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  • Hard Little Machine

    Good. Hopefully her kids will be sex slaves or just eaten.

  • luna

    Painful death from easily treatable condition was Allah’s will. Allahu Akbar indeed.

    • UCSPanther

      Peritonitis and septic shock is a terrible way to go…

      • Maggat

        You’re right about that one. I was there several years ago. Good medical care saved the day.

        • UCSPanther

          Septicemia aka blood poisoning was a feared killer back in the olden days. Some stories having it starting from as simple as a scratch wound.

          • Maggat

            Try prostate biopsy. The colon is for one thing and one thing ONLY, and a needle through it to the prostate is not one of them.

  • northernont

    31 yrs old and has a grand-daughter. Do the math. These people are medieval.

    • Maggat

      Fourteen or fifteen? Christ, what a bunch of losers.

    • Blacksmith

      Noticed the same thing.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      My granny was 42 when she died of cancer.
      I was five.
      I didn’t get married until my thirties because of that sort of overhang.

  • UCSPanther

    That’s what you get for joining a pack of hardcore medieval Islamic headcases.

    You can forget even 19th century level medical care…

  • Maggat

    God works in mysterious ways. Thanks God.

  • Ed

    Clearly propaganda.

    muslims invented medicine. If anyone can help her, the caliphate will.