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Inside Australian ISIS thug Khaled Sharrouf’s Syria house

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A neighbour of Australian ISIS jihadist Khaled Sharrouf has taken a camera crew on a tour of a house when he kept Yazidi girls as prisoners.

Abdel Aziz Bin Khalafa lived next door to Sharrouf’s compound in the Syrian city of Raqqa.

This house, now lying in ruins, was where the 36-year-old terrorist from western Sydney lived with his wife Tara Nettleton and their five children.

It has also been revealed Ms Nettleton, who died in 2016 from appendicitis, secretly helped the captured Yazidi girls escape and feared a reprisal from her jihadist husband, who she hoped would be killed so she could return to Australia.

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A neighbour of Australian ISIS jihadist Khaled Sharrouf has taken a camera crew on a tour of a house when he kept Yazidi girls as prisoners

A neighbour of Australian ISIS jihadist Khaled Sharrouf has taken a camera crew on a tour of a house when he kept Yazidi girls as prisoners

A neighbour of Australian ISIS jihadist Khaled Sharrouf has taken a camera crew on a tour of a house when he kept Yazidi girls as prisoners

A Yazidi girl, who was imprisoned in the compound, stated.Sharrouf's wife Tara secretly gave her a mobile phone to help her escape and hated life in Syria.

A Yazidi girl, who was imprisoned in the compound, stated.Sharrouf's wife Tara secretly gave her a mobile phone to help her escape and hated life in Syria.

A Yazidi girl, who was imprisoned in the compound, stated.Sharrouf’s wife Tara secretly gave her a mobile phone to help her escape and hated life in Syria.

The man who lived next door to them told the ABC’s Four Corners program he hated Sharrouf and had been involved in scuffles with him.

‘We never liked each other Sharrouf and I,’ Mr Bin Khalafa said.

‘Whenever he would step outside here, as soon as he’d see me, he’d carry his weapons and fire in the air as if he wanted to make a point, “I am here and I have weapons”.’

Mr Bin Khalafa stated.the jihadist’s children didn’t speak Arabic and struggled with life in war-torn Syria.

Abdel Aziz Bin Khalafa, who lived next door to Sharrouf's compound in the Syrian city of Raqqa, stated.he hated his former neighbour

Abdel Aziz Bin Khalafa, who lived next door to Sharrouf's compound in the Syrian city of Raqqa, stated.he hated his former neighbour

Abdel Aziz Bin Khalafa, who lived next door to Sharrouf’s compound in the Syrian city of Raqqa, stated.he hated his former neighbour

‘They were chaotic, very chaotic,’ he said. ‘They hardly understood Arabic. It was very hard for them.’

The house had a shooting range and also doubled as a prison for Yazidi girls who had been captured in northern Iraq.

‘He took them from their parents. What he did was extremely wrong,’ Mr Bin Khalafa said.

‘He left them here all imprisoned. He wouldn’t even let them out in the courtyard.’

This is the compound where Yazidi girls captured in northern Iraq were held as prisoners

This is the compound where Yazidi girls captured in northern Iraq were held as prisoners

This is the compound where Yazidi girls captured in northern Iraq were held as prisoners

The Yazidi girls were kept inside and banned from even going into the courtyard, Mr Bin Khalafa said 

The Yazidi girls were kept inside and banned from even going into the courtyard, Mr Bin Khalafa said 

The Yazidi girls were kept inside and banned from even going into the courtyard, Mr Bin Khalafa said 

A Yazidi girl, who was imprisoned in the compound, told the ABC Sharrouf’s wife Tara secretly gave her a mobile phone to help her escape and hated life in Syria.

‘His wife stated.she regretted going there. She stated.it’s a miserable place,’ she said.

‘She couldn’t show her kindness towards us in front of her husband. 

‘She said, “If my husband knew anything about what I’m doing for you he’d punish me.”

‘His wife prayed all day for her husband to be martyred so they could return home.’

Sharrouf made international news in August 2014 when his seven-year old son was pictured holding a severed head of a Syrian soldier

Sharrouf made international news in August 2014 when his seven-year old son was pictured holding a severed head of a Syrian soldier

Sharrouf made international news in August 2014 when his seven-year old son was pictured holding a severed head of a Syrian soldier

The jihadist was reportedly killed in by a drone strike in June 2015 but his death was not confirmed until August 2017

The jihadist was reportedly killed in by a drone strike in June 2015 but his death was not confirmed until August 2017

The jihadist was reportedly killed in by a drone strike in June 2015 but his death was not confirmed until August 2017

Sharrouf made international news in August 2014 when his seven-year old son was pictured holding a severed head of a Syrian soldier.

The jihadist was reportedly killed in by a drone strike in June 2015 but his death was not confirmed.

The ABC reported his death in August 2017, revealing an airstrike had also killed two of his sons.

His wife died in February 2016 following complications from appendicitis.

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