Mariam Raad was repatriated in October as a part of a humanitarian mission to free Australian ladies and youngsters from the infamous camps at Al-Hol and Roj.
The ladies have been most often the wives of vanquished ISIS fighters, who mentioned they have been pressured or tricked into following their husbands to Syria.
Australian police, who arrested Raad on Thursday, allege the 31-year-old knew her former husband, Muhammad Zahab, was a high-profile ISIS recruiter and that she had “willingly travelled to the battle area”.
Raad has been charged with travelling to components of Syria that have been managed by ISIS — a criminal offense underneath Australian regulation — and will resist 10 years in jail if convicted.
She was granted bail after a short listening to on Friday morning and can return to courtroom in March.
Her bail circumstances included surrendering her passport in addition to a ban on watching “propaganda” for any “terrorist organisation”.
“We now have zero tolerance for Australians, or anybody, who search to commit acts of violence or extremism, and people contemplating doing the flawed factor will come underneath our discover,” counter-terrorism commander Mark Walton mentioned.
Zahab, a former math instructor in Sydney, was believed to have been killed in an airstrike in 2018, Australian Federal Police mentioned.
Raad returned to Australia alongside three different ladies and 13 kids.
It was the primary in a sequence of deliberate missions to convey again about 20 Australian ladies and 40 kids detained in Kurdish-controlled northeastern Syria because the 2019 collapse of the ISIS “caliphate”.
The repatriation of the so-called “ISIS brides” has been controversial in Australia, the place some politicians have claimed the ladies pose a threat to nationwide safety.
Others, comparable to Human Rights Watch, have praised the federal government for rescuing Australian residents from “horrific” circumstances.
After being repatriated, Raad settled in Younger, a small city about 370 kilometres (229 miles) west of Sydney.