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April 16, 2010
THE NSW counter-terrorism squad knew about an al-Qaeda-linked sermon delivered at a
The unit has no transcript of the sermon, delivered by an al-Qaeda recruiter described as the No.1 terrorist threat to
''He was not identified as a significant threat to NSW,'' the commander of operations at the Counter-Terrorism and Special Tactics Squad, John O'Reilly, told the Herald. ''While he might be a player over there [in the
But when Mr Awlaki delivered his phone-link sermon to Lakemba Mosque last year he was already being monitored by US security agencies. He was in exile in
US security agencies have since revealed that about the same time as Mr Awlaki addressed Lakemba Mosque he was advising the man since charged over the
He has also been described as the recruiter and trainer of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, who allegedly attempted to blow-up a Detroit-bound plane on Christmas Day last year.
At or before the time he gave the Lakemba sermon, he is believed to have transformed himself from radical cleric to al-Qaeda trainer and recruiter.
''He's definitely on our radar [now],'' Detective Superintendent O'Reilly said yesterday. ''We're very concerned about his capacity to influence people that are vulnerable to his message at any point in time … It's a message of hate, in the counter-terrorism context, that he is spreading.''
Detective Superintendent O'Reilly said his squad had a strong relationship with Lakemba Mosque and the sermon, delivered in February 2009, would not be able to be delivered now.
''We are collaborating with other agencies and we are aware of what's happening. We're very concerned about the insidious message he's spreading on the internet and other places but his ability to access people in any of the mosques in Sydney is very limited.''
Neither the Attorney-General's office nor the Australian Federal Police, which deals with terrorism at a federal level, were prepared to comment on when Australia was briefed by US authorities about Mr Awlaki's expanded role inside al-Qaeda. Nor would they say if the imam's federal security status was different to the opinion of state authorities at the time of his
''I am very concerned about violent or extremist views being put to young Australians,'' the Attorney-General, Robert McClelland, said. ''Community leaders need to ensure they are doing all they can to stop our young people being exposed to these types of speakers.''
The only response from the group that organised the sermon, Sydney Muslim Youth, was an email criticising the Herald..
The Police Minister, Michael Daley, said the counter-terrorism squad had his full support.
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