By Kylie Stevens For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 16:13 BST, 1 April 2019 | Updated: 16:13 BST, 1 April 2019
Three women from a family in Sydney's south-west linked to an alleged terrorist arms-smuggling syndicate are believed to be living in an Islamic State refugee camp in Syria.
Documents have revealed that Aminah Zahab, her daughter Sumaya and daughter-in-law Mariam Raad, along with seven young children are staying in the Al-Hawl refugee camp, home to about 70,000 refugees in northeast Syria near the Iraq border.
They're believed to be among 30 women and children from nine Australian families at the camp after Kurdish-led fighters seized the village of Baghouz.
Their names are listed as 'El-Zahab' on administrative camp documents, The Australian reported.
Aminah Zahab, her daughter Sumaya and daughter-in-law Mariam Raad are believed to be among nine Australian families staying at the Al-Hawl refugee camp (pictured) in Syria
On Monday it was revealed that Australian terrorist Khaled Sharrouf's three orphaned children Zaynab, 17, Hoda, 16, and Hamza, 8, are also staying at the camp.
Zaynab is pregnant and has her two children with her - Ayesha, 3, and Fatima, 2.
Raad has four children in the camp, while Sumaya Zahab has three. Their ages range from less than a year to eight or nine.
Aminah Zahab, her daughter Sumaya and Raad, along with family patriarch Hicham Zahab and his son Muhammad, are believed to have lived at