Ahmed Tebya accused of hindering terrorist raids and theft of Centrelink in Sydney

Man, 30, faces the court accused of having impeded a terrorist raid and stolen $ 4,000 from Centrelink

  • Ahmed Tebya, 30, is accused of stealing $ 4,000 from Centrelink in Sydney
  • Tebya appeared in Burwood Local Court on Thursday and did not introduce a plea
  • He was arrested in terrorist raids, but is not accused of terrorist crimes
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A man arrested during anti-terrorist raids in Sydney and charged with stealing $ 4,000 from Centrelink has stood in court.

Ahmed Tebya, 30, appeared in Burwood Local Court on Thursday with his lawyer and revealed that he would be arguing soon.

The Chester Hill man is accused of fraudulent claiming $ 4045 from the Department of Human Services between March 12 and his arrest on July 2.

Ahmed Tebya, 30, appeared in Burwood Local Court on Thursday with his lawyer and revealed that he would be arguing soon

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Ahmed Tebya, 30, appeared in Burwood Local Court on Thursday with his lawyer and revealed that he would be arguing soon

he Chester Hill man is accused of fraudulent claiming $ 4045 from the Department of Human Services between March 12 and his arrest on July 2

he Chester Hill man is accused of fraudulent claiming $ 4045 from the Department of Human Services between March 12 and his arrest on July 2

he Chester Hill man is accused of fraudulent claiming $ 4045 from the Department of Human Services between March 12 and his arrest on July 2

He is also accused of bothering two police officers during the terrorist raids, but he himself is not accused of terrorist crimes.

Tebya, who wore a black dress and taqiyah on Thursday, was excused for appearing in person on August 15 when the case comes back to court. He stays on bail.

Tebya was one of three men arrested when the police attacked six houses in Sydney before sunrise on July 2.

The other two men were accused of terrorist crimes, including being a conscious member of the Islamic State.

Tebya, who wore a black dress and taqiyah on Thursday, was excused for appearing in person on August 15 when the case comes back to court. He stays on bail
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Tebya, who wore a black dress and taqiyah on Thursday, was excused for appearing in person on August 15 when the case comes back to court. He stays on bail

Tebya, who wore a black dress and taqiyah on Thursday, was excused for appearing in person on August 15 when the case comes back to court. He stays on bail

The police claim that 20-year-old Greenacre man Issac El Matari – the self-proclaimed IS commander in Australia – was preparing for a terrorist attack.

Toongabbie man Radwan Dakkak, 23, was & # 39; prominent in the global online extremist community & # 39 ;, investigators say.

They both stay behind bars and are expected to appear in the local court of Parramatta on August 30.

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