Daily uk news ISIS kingpin who encouraged attacks on Sydney and Melbourne set to RETURN to Australia to face court and a potential life sentence PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Neil ­Prakash, 31, was in prison in Turkey for six years for his role with ISIS and has been held in an immigration detention centre since his release in February.

Daily uk news ISIS kingpin who encouraged attacks on Sydney and Melbourne set to RETURN to Australia to face court and a potential life sentence PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Neil ­Prakash, 31, was in prison in Turkey for six years for his role with ISIS and has been held in an immigration detention centre since his release in February.

Daily uk news ISIS kingpin who encouraged attacks on Sydney and Melbourne set to RETURN to Australia to face court and a potential life sentence PremierLeague-News.Com
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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A Melbourne-born ISIS kingpin will return to Australia to face life in prison on terrorism charges. Neil ­Prakash, 31, was in prison in Turkey for six years for his role with ISIS and has been held in an immigration detention centre since his release in February. However, after the High Court blocked the last government's citizenship-stripping laws, Australia have been locked in negotiations with Turkey over Prakash's future.Now, he is set to return to Australia to face trial at the Supreme Court of Victoria. A date has not been set for his return, which comes amid fierce debate over returning ISIS brides and their families.  Neil ­Prakash, 31, was in prison in Turkey for six years for his role with ISIS and has been held in an immigration detention centre since his release in February Prakash appeared in several propaganda videos for ISIS and took up arms for the terror group in SyriaPrakash appeared in several propaganda videos for ISIS - encouraging attacks on Melbourne and Sydney - and took up arms for the terror group in Syria. In Turkey, he pleaded not guilty to being a member of a terrorist ­organisation in but was convicted after a lengthy trial in Kilis, and sentenced to seven and a half years jail. During his trial, he admitted joining Islamic State but denied being a leader of the group. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next PICTURED: How Toyah Cordingley's accused killer transformed... Read the extraordinary victim impact statement Guy Sebastian... Share this article Share He also said he regretted his association with the group.The former rap singer was also linked to a failed Melbourne plot to behead a police officer and had connections to a number of Australian jihadis.

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.However, in June, the High Court ruled that the government's ability to strip citizenship is invalid, paving the way for Prakash to have his citizenship restored, according to the Australian.  In Turkey, he pleaded not guilty to being a member of a terrorist ­organisation in but was convicted after a lengthy trial in Kilis, and sentenced to seven and a half years jail Prakash was born in Melbourne, of Fijian and Cambodian descent. He was raised a Buddhist The former rap singer was also linked to a failed Melbourne plot to behead a police officer and had connections to a number of Australian jihadisPrakash was an active recruiter for ISIS, as well as a propagandist and facilitator for foreign fighters seeking to join the terror group.He had connections to several Australian jihadis, including Numan Haider, 18, who was shot dead after attacking two police ­officers at Endeavour Hills in Melbourne in September 2014.Former home affairs minister Peter Dutton, now the Opposition Leader, previously said about Prakash: 'People should recognise, if given the opportunity, Mr Prakash would harm and kill ­Australians.'In 2016, then-attorney-general George Brandis described Prakash as 'the highest value target from an Australian point of view in the Middle East'.NEIL PRAKASH: FROM MELBOURNE BUDDHIST TO ISIS FIGHTER AND RECRUITER  Prakash (pictured) was arrested in 2016 when he crossed the Syrian border into Turkey after fighting in Syria and Iraq1991Neil Prakash is born in Melbourne, of Fijian and Cambodian descent. He was raised a Buddhist2012He converts to Islam and attends the controversial al-Furqan Islamic Centre in Melbourne2013Prakash leaves Australia to join the Islamic State in Syria. Takes the jihadi name Abu Khaled al-Cambodi and appears in IS propaganda videos. Recruits would-be terrorists in Australia2014His Australian passport is cancelled2015Australian federal police issue a warrant for his arrest through InterpolPrakash is linked to a failed Melbourne plot to behead a police officer on Anzac Day 2015Prakash publicly praises Numan Haider, the 18-year-old who was killed after stabbing two police officers outside a Melbourne police station in 20142016AprilThe US - incorrectly - announces Prakash has been killed in a drone strike OctoberPrakash is captured by Turkish authorities trying to cross from Syria using false documents and imprisoned on terrorism-related charges 2018JulyA Turkish court rejects Australia's application for his extradition and a judge orders his release. Moments later, he is back behind bars to face local terror chargesSeptemberPrakash claims the Islamic State forced him to take part in propaganda videos and recruit members because he was AustralianDecemberPrakash admits he feels 'regret' for his participation with Islamic State. 'I feel regret for joining the Islamic State and for the time I spent with them. I feel repentant,' he saidHe is stripped of his Australian citizenship2019 March Prakash is sentenced to seven-and-a-half years in a Turkish prison2022February  Prakash is released from jail but is being held in an immigration detention centre Read more: NoCookies | The Australian DM.later('bundle', function(){ DM.has('external-source-links', 'externalLinkTracker'); });

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