Australia’s most notorious terrorist could still be alive

Australia’s most notorious terrorist could still be alive

THERE is speculation Australian terrorist Khaled Sharrouf could still be alive.

The father of five was reported to have been killed in a drone strike in Syria in June last year.

But fresh reports claim Sharrouf has been making threatening calls to people in Sydney over attempts by the NSW Crime Commission to seize his house.


Just last week there was speculation his wife, Tara Nettleton, had also died. That prompted her mother to appeal to the Federal Government to bring the couple’s ‘orphaned’ children back to Australia.


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