Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi says the 23-year-old Adelaide woman has been found guilty of being a member of Islamic State (IS) by South Australia's Supreme Court should be deported immediately.
The court heard that Zainab Abdirahman-Khalif had 378 audio files associated with IS were found on her phone, along with 125 videos from an IS media organisation, 62 of which contained extremist material including vision of buildings being blown up, captives being executed and dead bodies on the ground.
It was alleged she was also in communication with three young African women who carried out a bombing in Mombasa, Kenya, in September 2016, for which IS later claimed responsibility and that she had been repeating oaths and singing songs connected to Islamic State in her bedroom.
Senator Bernardi has told ABC Radio Adelaide's Ali Clarke he has no qualms about demanding Abdirahman-Khalif's immediate deportation.
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