Missing Doonside children: Mother shares heartbreaking plea
The mother of four children who disappeared without a trace from western Sydney has issued a heartbreaking plea.
Azaiah El-Hajj, 12, Judah El-Hajj, 9, Mikael El-Hajj, 12, and Malaika El-Hajj, 16, were last seen on Earle Street, in Doonside around 6.45pm on Saturday.
Their worried family haven’t seen or heard from the kids from since.
On Tuesday, their desperate mother begged for them to get in touch as soon as possible.
‘My babies whereabouts is still unknown!!’ she said through Facebook page, Islamic Sound Vision.
‘Malaika, ya albi, please call me in any way possible!! Let me know you’re ok! I just want to hear your voice!!
‘It’s ok if you contact me mama, I won’t be in trouble and they won’t put me in jail, I promise! Please call me mama asap, please.
‘I miss you so much my beautiful people.’
She added: ‘Ya Allah bring my children back to me safe and sound.
‘Protect them and guide them back to me, fill their souls with courage and strength and lead them to my soul.’
The three boys and one girl are still missing as the search for them enters its fourth day after they mysteriously vanished.
Police and family hold hold serious concerns for the welfare of the four children due to their young age.
Azaiah was last seen wearing blue jean shorts, a blue shirt and black shoes.
Judah was wearing blue track pants, red long sleeve shirt and black shoes while Mikael was dressed in blue shorts, black shirt and red Jordan sneakers.
Malaika was last seen wearing black tights, black jumper with picture of female on the back and pink shoes.
Police believe the children could be in the Bankstown or Sutherland area.
Anyone with information has been urged to come forward and contact police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.