A busy Australian home flight might have been the goal of an Islamic State bomb plot, a Beirut courtroom has heard. 

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Based on Information Corp, captured IS fighter Tarek Khayat revealed the alleged plan to explode an Etihad flight from Sydney to Abu Dhabi in July 2017 was initially going to focus on a home airliner, presumably from Sydney to Brisbane or Melbourne. 

The revelations got here in two current confessions from Khayat, who was arrested in Kurdish held territory in December, 2017. 

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a man in a white shirt: Tarek Khayat also claimed his brother, Amer, had “nothing to do” with the Etihad bomb plot.


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Tarek Khayat additionally claimed his brother, Amer, had “nothing to do” with the Etihad bomb plot.

The ISIS commander is the brother of Amer Khayat, an Australian citizen going through the loss of life penalty in Lebanon for his alleged function within the 2017 Etihad plot. 

He’s denied data of two bombs present in his keep on baggage, hidden inside a meat cleaver and a Barbie doll. 

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Khayat boarded the Etihad flight with out his baggage, because it was deemed chubby by flight attendants on the gate. 



a large passenger jet sitting on top of a runway: I.S fighter Tarek Khayat revealed the alleged plan to blow up an Etihad flight from Sydney to Abu Dhabi in July 2017 was initially going to target a domestic airliner in Australia.


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I.S fighter Tarek Khayat revealed the alleged plan to explode an Etihad flight from Sydney to Abu Dhabi in July 2017 was initially going to focus on a home airliner in Australia.

Based on his hassle’s confession, the plot “initially was for an area aircraft after which it modified to a world one. They’d a challenge of placing down planes in Australia however I don’t know the small print about it and in addition to launch chemical gases in Australia with a primitive machine.”

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Tarek Khayat additionally claimed his brother, Amer, had “nothing to do” with the Etihad bomb plot. 

The case involving Amer Khayat has been adjourned to March 13. 

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