Syria rescue mission is a ‘vague’ commitment

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Cabinet’s National Security Committee will today finalise plans for the secret rescue of 16 women and 42 children left behind by the Islamic State in Syria.

“I don’t think the federal government has done enough to assure Australians that they actually are making an assessment on an individual basis,”

Nationals Senator Matt Canavan told Sky News Australia.“A vague sort of commitment to say Australians’ protection comes first is not good enough.”

 

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Doesn't appear to be that secret

A not so secret rescue

The ALP is following through on what is an LNP initiative. Would have occurred if the LNP had won the election. 'The federal gov quietly employed a counter-­terrorism expert to advise it on HOW TO REPATRIATE AUSTRALIAN FAMILIES linked to Islamic State'

is it normal to report 'secret rescue' missions in the every media possible so that Syria cant possibly not notice we are coming? or has Syria already said come and take your ISIS brides?

Didn't vote to weaken border security AlboMP Labor can't help themselves. Ending criminal deportations now welcome mat out for those who left Australia to fight overseas. AlboMP RichardMarlesMP JasonClareMP ClareONeilMP newscomauHQ 9NewsAUS 7NewsAustralia theheraldsun

Your govt has betrayed you australia These women are perpetrators not victims They were involved in the slavery of the yazidi women and children Their loyalty is to Isis and the caliphate, they think long term for their goal.

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