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Australia Why ELEVEN of Australia's most dangerous terrorists could be walking the streets this year - including one who plotted to cause 'maximum damage' in Melbourne and Sydney

00:00  12 february  2020
00:00  12 february  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Included in those who may be walking Australian streets again in 2020 is Abdul Nacer Benbrika - who fifteen years ago called on his Eleven terrorists in Australia set to be released - five in NSW and six in Victoria. Included among those to be freed is notorious terrorist Abdul Nacer Benbrika.

The April 11 memo included precise information, such as the observation that Mr. Zaharan’ s brother, an avid recruiter for the group, “visits his wife and children in the nights But in January, Sri Lankan officials said that evidence had emerged that homegrown Islamist groups were even more dangerous .

Eleven of Australia's most dangerous terrorists are set to be released from prison and could be walking the streets this year.

They include Islamic extremist Abdul Nacer Benbrika - who in a police recording fifteen years ago called on his supporters in Melbourne and Sydney to 'cause maximum damage'.

Five terrorists behind bars in New South Wales and six in Victoria are due to be released but will likely face a battle from police to keep them in jail.

A series of terror-related convictions in recent years means a record number of extremists could be freed in upcoming months unless authorities intervene.

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This includes areas around Sydney and Adelaide. How big are the Australia fires? This year , Australia twice set a new temperature record: an average maximum of 41.9C While people can flee the fires and are being evacuated if need be , the flames are devastating wildlife in the affected areas.

In 2009, the media of Australia , mostly in Melbourne , Sydney , and India publicised reports of crimes and robberies against Indians in Australia that were described as racially motivated. There were accusations of intense Hinduphobia along with the racist hate crimes.

a man wearing a hat: Abdul Nacer Benbrika - the man responsible for Australia's largest ever terror plot - is among eleven across the country due to be released from prison this year© Provided by Daily Mail Abdul Nacer Benbrika - the man responsible for Australia's largest ever terror plot - is among eleven across the country due to be released from prison this year a man standing in front of a building: Sydney baggage handler Bilal Khazal was found guilty of making a terror manual and could also be released from prison© Provided by Daily Mail Sydney baggage handler Bilal Khazal was found guilty of making a terror manual and could also be released from prison Police in New South Wales may use continuing detention orders to keep those on the verge of release off the streets, The Australian reported.

The orders, which have never been used, mean extremists could be kept behind bars for three years after their original sentence has finished.

In December, the Counter-Terrorism Legislation Amendment Bill was passed making it significantly harder for terrorists and their supporters to get bail or parole.

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In Victoria, meanwhile, police commissioner Graham Ashton said international discussions were underway over the release of Benbrika on parole.

'Of the people being released, he's probably been the highest-profile offender. He’s someone we’re maintaining a close dialogue with the commonwealth about regarding his pending release,' Mr Ashton said.

Benbrika was heard in the police recording telling his followers in 2005: 'If we want to die for jihad, we have to have maximum damage. Maximum damage. Damage their buildings, everything. Damage their lives.'

a man that is standing in the street: Authorities are looking to use new powers to keep terrorists in jail past their sentence. Murat Kaya (pictured) has already been freed from prison© Provided by Daily Mail Authorities are looking to use new powers to keep terrorists in jail past their sentence. Murat Kaya (pictured) has already been freed from prison The terror plot is still the largest ever in Australia.

He is reportedly still spreading propaganda in prison and contacted those behind the 2016 Christmas Day terror plot through an intermediary.

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AUSTRALIA would have experienced 15 terror attacks including public beheadings on home soil over the Before this weekend' s raids in Sydney , the most recent plot to be thwarted in NSW allegedly involved Two schoolboys who were allegedly preparing for a terror attack in Sydney ’ s southwest

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Three people were jailed last year over the plot to blow up Melbourne's Federation Square.

a man holding a flower: Murat Kaya was arrested in terror raids in Melbourne in May 2016, shortly after the arrest of his younger brother Kadir Kaya, associates Paul James Dacre, Antonio Alfio Granata, Shayden Jamil Thorne (pictured) and ringleader Robert 'Musa' Cerantonio. Thorne is also due to be released© Provided by Daily Mail Murat Kaya was arrested in terror raids in Melbourne in May 2016, shortly after the arrest of his younger brother Kadir Kaya, associates Paul James Dacre, Antonio Alfio Granata, Shayden Jamil Thorne (pictured) and ringleader Robert 'Musa' Cerantonio. Thorne is also due to be released It is understood neither Benbrika nor Sydney baggage handler Bilal Khazal, who was found guilty of making a terror manual and is also due to be released in 2020, have renounced their extremism.

Fears of re-offending come after terrorists Khaled Sharrouf and Ezzit Raad both traveled to Syria after their release from Australian prison.

Murat Kaya, one of the eleven men due to be released this year, has already been freed from prison.

Kaya was arrested in terror raids in Melbourne in May 2016, shortly after the arrest of his younger brother Kadir Kaya, and associates Paul James Dacre, Antonio Alfio Granata, Shayden Jamil Thorne and ringleader Robert 'Musa' Cerantonio.

Thorne is also due to be released this year.

He was dubbed the 'tinnie terrorist' after plotting to sail a fishing boat from northern Australia to overthrow the Philippines government.

His release in January came despite a judge finding Kaya having contempt towards non-Muslims and Australian law.

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