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Ms Nettleton's daughter, Tara, and her five grandchildren followed Sharrouf to the Middle East in February after he fled Australia to join the Islamic State along with his close friend Mohamed Elomar, who later became her 14-year-old granddaughter's husband.

In her statement sent to Daily Mail Australia, which was passed on to media through her lawyers on Tuesday, Mrs Nettleton said she feared for her family's safety and revealed that she had been notified of Elomar's death and told Sharrouf 'was missing and presumed dead'.'With the deaths of Mohamed Elomar and likely Khaled Sharrouf, my daughter and grandchildren more than ever need the love and care of their family to help them recover from the trauma, abuse and terrors of war they have experienced,' Mrs Nettleton wrote.'I accept that some will be critical of my daughter, who followed her heart and has paid an enormous price. I felt as though I was opening the door to the ominous messenger who delivered telegrams to mothers and wives during wartime.

I implore those people, including our Prime Minister Mr Abbott who is a man of faith, to remember John 8:7: "He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her". The messenger told me that the man my 13 year old granddaughter was forced to marry, Mohamed Elomar, was dead.

I was also told that Khaled Sharrouf, my daughter's husband, was missing and presumed dead.

Some months back Khaled Sharrouf's car was blown up, resulting in the death of the family inside, including a mother and children. It seemed to me that the target was Khaled Sharrouf.

As happens in the fog of war, civilians become victims, or as is so coldly stated, collateral damage. Recently I made a public plea to the Australian government to assist in bringing home my daughter and grandchildren.

The grandmother to the young Australian boy who was infamously pictured holding a severed head in Syria, says it was an act his terrorist father Khaled Sharrouf would have encouraged the then nine-year-old to undertake.

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My silence and reluctance to speak publicly has been because of an unbearable fear that if I speak out, I may further endanger my family.

Since my daughter has been in Syria, I fear watching the news. There are other parents in my situation in Australia and overseas. I believe the Australian government has the resources and expertise to save its own citizens.

With the deaths of Mohamed Elomar and likely Khaled Sharrouf, my daughter and grandchildren more than ever need the love and care of their family to help them recover from the trauma, abuse and terrors of war they have experienced.

I implore those people, including our Prime Minister Mr Abbott who is a man of faith, to remember John 8:7: 'He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her'.

This fear is tempered by a deeper fear that if I do not speak out, and some other tragedy befalls them, I will not be able to live with myself. Our country is a country of many faiths and backgrounds.It is my belief that Australia is an open-hearted country. I accept that some will be critical of my daughter, who followed her heart and has paid an enormous price.

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