PICTURED: Car salesman, 29, in the center of Melbourne's terror threat – because it was revealed that he & # 39; just returned from Saudi Arabia & # 39; before he was accused of & # 39; plans to participate in hostile activities & # 39;
- Khaled Temssah was arrested on Thursday for terrorist crimes by the Victorian police
- The father of two will appear in court on Friday and no further arrests have been made
- Temssah was accused of allegedly traveling to become & # 39; hostile & # 39; activities & # 39;
A Melbourne father from Melbourne has been accused of a terrorist crime after allegedly planning to travel abroad to & # 39; participate in hostile activities & # 39 ;.
Khaled Temssah, 29, was arrested by the Victorian police at his Mantello Holden workplace in Roxburgh Park, 20 km north of Melbourne's CBD, shortly after 8:30 am on Thursday.
He will appear on Friday in the Magistrates Court of Melbourne, in charge of preparing for a raid in a foreign country with the aim of engaging in hostile activities.
Khaled Temssah (photo) is due to the face court on Friday for alleged plans to travel abroad to & # 39; participate in hostile activities & # 39;
No further arrests are expected, but the investigation is ongoing.
Temssah, who has worked as a car salesman for three years, recently returned to Australia from a trip to the Mecca of Saudi Arabia, 9News reported.
The 29-year-old colleague told 9News that he was a warm and charitable person who spoke actively against violence and terrorism on his social media.
He was also known as a devout Muslim who criticized others in his faith for not assimilating with Australian culture.
The Temssah employee said he was committed to his faith, praying five times a day, and visiting a mosque on Friday.
The counter-terrorism police searched his office and car before taking him for questioning.
The police said there is no constant threat to the Victorian community.
Temssah (photo) was described by a colleague as a warm and friendly person who spoke against violence and terrorism
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