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A Sydney man, Radwan Dakkak, previously convicted by the Islamic State, has been returned to prison after he allegedly gained access to documents on beheadings and torture.
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Radwan Dakkak, 25, was arrested by the Australian Federal Police at his Denistone home on Saturday morning for allegedly violating a court order restricting his activities.
He reportedly accessed documents online in support of executions, beheadings and torture, said Acting AFP Commander Alex Nicholson.
“(Dakkak) has an extremist ideology in line with the ISIS terror network,” he said.
Dakkak was released from prison on January 1 after serving an 18-month prison sentence for being linked to a terrorist organization twice.
He pleaded guilty to both charges.
In December, federal judge David Yates Dakkak banned the use of Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, and other messaging and social media apps due to his radicalization and lack of remorse.
The other elements of the control order are the curfew, the obligations to inform and the prohibition of paid employment without previously informing the AFPs.
“Prior to his incarceration, Dakkak was linked to various people who supported the ideology and activities of the Islamic State in person, by phone and online through social media platforms,” the appendix reads. from Judge Yates.
“Her network with him is extensive and his interactions include discussions of extremist ideology and religiously motivated violence, including jihad.”
Following the alleged violations, Dakkak was charged on Saturday with three counts of violation of a control order.
The crime carries a maximum prison sentence of five years.
Nicholson said officials in his counterterrorism department were able to respond quickly to the alleged violations due to their “continuous monitoring” of the Dakkak control order.
“This is what we do to keep the community safe,” he said.
“No specific or imminent threat to the community has been identified with regard to today’s activity or this investigation.”