"The opportunity now is for these young children who are coming back to Australia, they can't be held responsible for the crimes of their parents", he said.
"The fact that parents put their children into harm's way by taking them into a war zone was a despicable act".
He said the decision to rescue the children was a hard one and he had stipulated that no Australian was to be put in harm's way during the process.
According to the government, up to 70 Australians are in refugee camps in Syria, the vast majority of whom are children or women.
Local media reported that the group included five children and grandchildren of Sydney-born convicted ISIL member Khaled Sharrouf and three children of fellow fighter Yasin Rizvic, from Melbourne.
Although some have voiced their concerns that the children could be too radicalised or risky to be welcomed home, Scott Morrison says "they can't be held responsible for the crimes of their parents".
The news broke yesterday evening Australian time that the children of Islamic State fighter Khaled Sharrouf, as well as the orphaned children of another fighter, had been transported out of Syria and were in the care of Australian government officials.
The debate over how global governments should handle repatriation of IS fighters and their children has come to the fore this year with the collapse of the group.
Ms Nettleton's lawyer Robert Van Aalst told the ABC: "There will be medical examinations and various other support provided by the government which they have told us about to help the children acclimatise. And for me and my children I want to live a normal life just like anyone would want to live a normal life".
"I think that will be very challenging for the Sharroufs", Carroll said.
Michael Scott Moore, who was held hostage by Somali pirates for three years, tweeted "Somali pirates gave me toothpaste & soap". Jason Rezaian, who spent 544 days in an Iranian prison, had a similar sentiment.
I am confident that at the very moment they're ready to truly engage with us we'll be able to begin these conversations. The U.S. already has sanctioned more than 80% of Iran's economy, according to Secretary of State Michael Pompeo.
He claimed that, once established, taxation of marijuana could generate $800 million to $1 billion a year in taxes. It allows residents over the age of 21 to possess 30 grams of marijuana and sets up a regulated retail scheme.
During the chat Etika asked, "When should I have my next mental break down ya'll?" to which someone answered, "June 20". Etika was a YouTuber who was best known for building up a fan base through the Nintendo community.
During the hearing, one of the lawyers informed the court that similar deaths had occurred earlier in Uttar Pradesh. Symptoms include high fever, vomiting and, in severe cases, seizures, paralysis and coma.
A video doing the rounds on social media shows Arjun and Malaika getting out of the same vehicle and entering the airport. India's favourite music channels 9XM, 9X Jalwa, 9X Jhakaas, 9X Tashan, 9XO are available Free-To-Air.
Opposition to the legislation has come from a broad range of civic, human rights , legal profession and commercial organisations. However, Cheng did apologize for the Hong Kong government's handling of the extradition bill which is at the root of the unrest.
Kenin beats Bencic to claim Mallorca title
The Swiss player converted the first with bruising backhands, and she had a chance to serve for the match. The win was just the second title in the 20-year-old's career, a promising sign ahead of Wimbledon.
AbbVie nears deal to buy Allergan for more than $60 billion
AbbVie shares were trading down 10.5 per cent at $70.50, while Allergan shares were up almost 28.4 per cent in early trading. Investors have also questioned Saunders' growth plans beyond acquisitions and the quality of the company's drug pipeline.