Uni student of Sri Lanka & # 39; recruit of ISIS & # 39; accused of planning the terror he planned to assassinate Malcolm Turnbull

Mohamed Kamer Nizamdeen, 25 years old (left front), was arrested by members of the New South Wales Counterterrorism Joint Team at UNSW in Kensington, southeast of Sydney, at about 2 p.m. M. Thursday.

A man from Sri Lanka with alleged links to ISIS accused of terrorism-related crimes allegedly planned to assassinate former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

Mohamed Kamer Nizamdeen, 25, allegedly wrote a list of names and places he would target in his attacks, including prominent political figures and famous places throughout Sydney.

The university staff member was arrested on the UNSW campus in Kensington, southeast of Sydney, around 2 p.m. from Thursday.

The NSW police allegedly found documents containing plans to facilitate terrorist attacks and a notebook that named various places and individuals as "possible targets."

Mr. Turnbull was mentioned as a target, as was Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and former Deputy Bronwyn Bishop.

Mohamed Kamer Nizamdeen, 25 years old (left front), was arrested by members of the New South Wales Counterterrorism Joint Team at UNSW in Kensington, southeast of Sydney, at about 2 p.m. M. Thursday.

Mohamed Kamer Nizamdeen, 25 years old (left front), was arrested by members of the New South Wales Counterterrorism Joint Team at UNSW in Kensington, southeast of Sydney, at about 2 p.m. M. Thursday.

Mr. Turnbull was mentioned as a target, as was Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and former Deputy Bronwyn Bishop.

Mr. Turnbull was mentioned as a target, as was Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and former Deputy Bronwyn Bishop.

Mr. Turnbull was mentioned as a target, as was Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and former Deputy Bronwyn Bishop.

The Opera House and local police stations were also the target of the document used in the preparation of a series of terrorist attacks.

There were supposed graphic threats to assassinate the nation's leaders, as well as Gladys Berejiklian and members of the public, Seven news informed.

"From the documentation, we believe it would be affiliated with ISIS," said Detective Superintendent Mick Sheehy.

The newspaper allegedly refers to affiliation with ISIS.

The Opera House and the local police stations were also the target of the document used in the preparation of a series of terrorist attacks.

The Opera House and the local police stations were also the target of the document used in the preparation of a series of terrorist attacks.

The Opera House and the local police stations were also the target of the document used in the preparation of a series of terrorist attacks.

The defendant, Mohamed Kamer Nizamdeen, 25, appears here in an advertisement for UN Heroes.

The defendant, Mohamed Kamer Nizamdeen, 25, appears here in an advertisement for UN Heroes.

The defendant, Mohamed Kamer Nizamdeen, 25, appears here in an advertisement for UN Heroes.

According to reports, officers were alerted to the threat after a staff member found the notebook and handed it to the police.

After the book was found, the police executed a search warrant at their home on Defries Avenue, Zetland, around 2 a.m. M. Friday.

The police claim that several electronic items were seized from Nizamdeen's house for a more detailed examination.

The superintendent of detectives of the Australian Federal Police, Michael McTiernan, said that the charges filed against Nizamdeen were "serious and significant".

"It's a very significant document that requires a more detailed analysis."

"We have both psychologists and researchers who look at that document to try to interpret the intention and capacity, but that is essentially the offense that is before the court."

The accused, Mohamed Kamer Nizamdeen, appears here in a UNSW announcement

The accused, Mohamed Kamer Nizamdeen, appears here in a UNSW announcement

The accused, Mohamed Kamer Nizamdeen, appears here in a UNSW announcement

The 25-year-old was arrested by members of the New South Wales Joint Terrorism Team at the University of New South Wales in Kensington, southeast of Sydney, around 2 p.m. from Thursday.

The 25-year-old was arrested by members of the New South Wales Joint Terrorism Team at the University of New South Wales in Kensington, southeast of Sydney, around 2 p.m. from Thursday.

The 25-year-old was arrested by members of the New South Wales Joint Terrorism Team at the University of New South Wales in Kensington, southeast of Sydney, around 2 p.m. from Thursday.

Nizamdeen, who is in Australia with a student visa, worked as a contractor at the University of New South Wales and allegedly traveled to Sri Lanka and "other areas".

Police said he was previously unknown to the police and had no criminal record in Australia.

The 25-year-old was taken back to the Maroubra police station, where he was accused of "compiling or making a document related to the preparation, participation or assistance in a terrorist act".

Nizamdeen, who is in Australia on a student visa, worked as a contractor at the University of New South Wales and allegedly traveled back to Sri Lanka and "other areas".

Nizamdeen, who is in Australia on a student visa, worked as a contractor at the University of New South Wales and allegedly traveled back to Sri Lanka and "other areas".

Nizamdeen, who is in Australia on a student visa, worked as a contractor at the University of New South Wales and allegedly traveled back to Sri Lanka and "other areas".

After the documents were found, the police executed a search warrant in a unit on Defries Avenue, Zetland, (pictured) on Friday.

After the documents were found, the police executed a search warrant in a unit on Defries Avenue, Zetland, (pictured) on Friday.

After the documents were found, the police executed a search warrant in a unit on Defries Avenue, Zetland, (pictured) on Friday.

Nizamdeen was denied bail to appear in the Waverley Local Court on Friday, where the matter was adjourned for eight weeks.

Nizamdeen will appear before the Local Central Court on October 24.

Police said Nizamdeen's student visa would expire in Australia, but he was in the process of requesting another one when he was arrested.

The authorities insist that there was no permanent threat to the community after the arrest.

Anyone with information has been urged to come forward and inform the police about what they know.

The student was denied bail to appear at the Waverley Local Court (pictured) on Friday

The student was denied bail to appear at the Waverley Local Court (pictured) on Friday

The student was denied bail to appear at the Waverley Local Court (pictured) on Friday

The Sri Lankan man has been accused of terrorism-related crimes in Sydney after an investigation by police and security agencies (police personnel)

The Sri Lankan man has been accused of terrorism-related crimes in Sydney after an investigation by police and security agencies (police personnel)

The Sri Lankan man has been accused of terrorism-related crimes in Sydney after an investigation by police and security agencies (police personnel)

In a statement issued on Friday, UNSW said the university referred to "a serious matter involving a staff member to the New South Wales police."

The university confirmed that the staff member was arrested and charged with planning a terrorist offense.

"We will continue to help the police with their investigations and acting according to the advice of the police of New South Wales," he said.

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