ISIS bride who fled Melbourne to fight in Syria aged 19 and boasted she was ‘thirsty for Australian blood’ demands to be let back into the country

A woman believed to be an ISIS bride who fled Melbourne to fight in Syria and boasted about being thirsty for Australian blood has demanded to be let back in to the country.

Zehra Duman left Melbourne aged 19 to join the terror group in 2014 – but is now thought to be in a Syrian refugee camp, desperate to come home.

In an interview with an American humanitarian worker, a woman who refused to confirm her identity but is believed to be Duman said: ‘I want to go back to my country.

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