A woman believed to be an ISIS bride who fled Melbourne to fight in Syria and boasted about being thirsty for Australian blood has demanded to be let back in to the country.
Zehra Duman left Melbourne aged 19 to join the terror group in 2014 - but is now thought to be in a Syrian refugee camp, desperate to come home.
In an interview with an American humanitarian worker, a woman who refused to confirm her identity but is believed to be Duman said: 'I want to go back to my country.
'I think everybody's asking for that because I'm an Australian citizen.'
The mother-of-two young children said she understood Australians would be angry with her but insisted: 'My kids have a right to be treated like normal kids.'
The defeat of ISIS last year has displaced thousands of jihadi brides, many of whom are now in refugee camps in Syria.
Hundreds of babies have died and the woman said her two-year-old son and six-month-old daughter are sick and malnourished.
'I have no money, I'm not allowed to have money, they don't give us food here and they don't let us contact our families,' she said in the interview at Al Hawl refugee camp that was sent to the ABC.
'I understand the anger that they have towards a lot of us here, but the kids don't need to suffer.'
The woman, 24, claimed she has been trying to leave ISIS for two years but could not because she had no money and would get killed if she were caught.
Her father, Davut Duman, said his daughter, who became a successful ISIS recruiter, had been 'brainwashed' and that he desperately wanted her home.
Zehra Duman left Melbourne aged 19 to join the terror group in 2014 - but is now thought to be in a Syrian refugee camp, desperate to come home. She has two young children who are 'sick'.