No Special Treatment for Australian ISIS Fighter's

Prime Minister Tony Abbott stated the wife and five children of an Australian believed to have been photographed while holding severed heads of Syrian soldiers will face the full severity of Australian law if they attempt to return home. Abbott last week ruled out an amnesty for Australian citizens seeking to quit foreign militant groups and return home in the wake of media reports that his government was negotiating with potential defectors. The family of suspected Australian Islamic State fighter Khaled Sharrouf would face the same consequences, Abbott said in response to a report in the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper that Sharrouf's wife was seeking repatriation with their children.