Jacqui Lambie’s composure under threat from gunfire in Syria will feature in a TV program to air on SBS tonight.
The former Tasmanian Senator will appear in the SBS program Go Back to Where You Came From: Live on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night.
For the program Ms Lambie has been paired with Sydney immigration lawyer Marina and flown to a Syrian war zone.
Ahead of the trip Ms Lambie said she hoped she would gain insight into multiculturalism and the experience of refugees.
Ms Lambie has previously called for a ban on burqas in Australia, and has said Syrian refugees should be stopped from fleeing their country.
In a video preview for the program Ms Lambie can be seen firing an AK-47 at a target and viewing a decomposing body on the street.
She is escorted into a building after the sound of gunfire is heard in the street.
“Do you have a fear right now?,” Marina asks
“No, I don’t,” Ms Lambie says.
“You’re being targeted and you’re totally fine with that?”
“No, cause of my faith...I know when my day’s up it’s up – it’s that simple with me, It’s just my faith with God.”
Ms Lambie was a Corporal for the Australian Army before she entered politics and became a Senator for Tasmania in 2013.
Ms Lambie will appear on Go Back to Where You Came Fromon SBS, from 8.30pm on Tuesday.
She will appear in the program alongside media personality Gretel Killeen, comedian Meshel Laurie and ex-AFL player Pete “Spida” Everitt.
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