No way back for failed jihadi: Lambert

April 04, 2019

Loxton raised would-be jihadi Mahir Absar Alam has pleaded to be allowed back to Australia.

But the Conservative Party's South Australian Senate candidate Rikki Lambert said, "As I said last week, there's no way back - passports should be revoked and any dual citizenship cancelled."

"This failed jihadi got in trouble with ISIS for downloading Game of Thrones. He would well know then that there's no coming back from the army of the dead. You crossed the wall, you're stuck there," Rikki continued.

Rikki was also raised in the Riverland, and has spoken in the local area during the last month about the need for an uncompromising stance on would-be jihadis and jihadi-brides with regrets now they are on the losing side.

Last month after an Australian woman who ran off to support the Islamic State told the ABC she wanted to come back to Australia, Rikki warned Australians who go overseas to support terrorists need to be aware of the consequences.

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