Eight children, including six taken by their Australian parents to join the Islamic State (IS) group, have been evacuated from a Syrian refugee camp.
In the first such rescue by the Western country, Morrison confirmed media reports that eight children were taken from a camp in northern Syria on Sunday and the government was working on repatriating them.
The children would stay in a safe location in Iraq until Zaynab Sharrouf gives birth and officials will run medical and psychological checks on the children, the Australian newspaper said. Both men and their wives are presumed dead.
Australia's Islamic community has vowed to rehabilitate the orphaned children of Islamic State (IS) fighters with love and care.
Zaynab would return to Australia with the newborn, her two children - Ayesha, 3, and Fatima, 2 - her 16-year-old sister Hoda, and her 8-year-old brother, Humzeh.
Sharrouf's Sydney-based mother-in-law Karen Nettleton has launched several attempts to rescue the children from Syria and has led the campaign for Australian government intervention.
"The fact that parents put their children into harm's way by taking them into a war zone was a despicable act, " Mr Morrison said.
He would not identify the children or say when they would reach Australia.
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The two daughters of his pregnant daughter, Zaynab Sharrouf, and the three offspring of slain fighter Yasin Rizvic were among the group set to be brought to Australia, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation said.
"Australian authorities will consider the welfare and support needs of each child before returning to Australia", he added.
She had lived a relatively privileged life under the Islamic State regime in Syria in a house with slaves, posting photographs of herself with other veiled women with assault rifles and a luxury BMW sedan.
"I asked my mum where we were". "The profile and the publicity around this family will also make it quite problematic for them to just integrate back into normal life in Australia".
Khaled Sharrouf infamously posted a photo on the internet of his eldest son Abdullah holding a severed head.
The organisation said at least 50 other Australian children and women linked to IS remain in camps in north-eastern Syria, including many who are sick and injured.
Two of them reportedly died alongside their father in an airstrike end to Raqqa in 2017.