Sydney jihadist’s terror plans ‘involved killing people at random in Blue Mountains’

Sulayman Khalid, pictured on the SBS Insight program, has been charged with allegedly possessing documents outlining ‘potential Federal and State government entities for an attack’

Shocking details have emerged which suggest one of the two men arrested in counter terrorism raids on Tuesday allegedly planned to kill people at random in the Blue Mountains.

The National Security Committee was told about the alleged attacks as part of a briefing on the men’s broader terror plans shortly before they approved the Australian Federal Police’s raids in Sydney’s west.

It is thought that one of the men had planned to carry out guerrilla warfare in the Blue Mountains region – just outside Sydney – targeting and killing random people in the area’s bushland, reports the Daily Telegraph.

The two men arrested during the terror raids have both been charged and refused bail.

One of the men previously stormed off the set of a television program while wearing an Islamic State symbol.

Sulayman Khalid has been placed behind bars after he was charged with possessing documents listing potential targets for a terrorist attack.

Khalid, 20, from Regents Park in Sydney’s west, was formally refused bail in Parramatta Local Court…

 

 

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