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A man has been denied bail after appearing in the Brisbane Magistrates Court over his alleged involvement in running a terrorist network that facilitated the travel of a number of Australian foreign terrorist fighters to Syria between 2012 and 2013. Subscribe: http://ab.co/1svxLVE Read more here: https://ab.co/3lUhe1x
Gabriel Crazzi, 34, from Chambers Flat, south of Brisbane, is facing seven charges including making “incursions into foreign states with the intention of engaging in hostile activities” and preparations for the incursions.
He and his co-accused, Ahmed Talib, 31, from Melbourne, are alleged to have funded Queensland man Ahmed Succarieh’s 2013 trip to Syria.
Succarieh became Australia’s first suicide bomber after he drove a truck loaded with explosives into a military checkpoint in Syria.
Mr Talib appeared in the Melbourne Magistrate’s Court yesterday and will be extradited to Queensland. Officers expect him to arrive in Brisbane early next week.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) said the men played senior roles in a south-east Queensland-based syndicate that maintained religiously motivated violent extremist ideology and a desire to travel to Syria to engage in hostile activities.
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