Australian man charged with allegedly helping IS develop missiles - Newstalk 106-108 fm

An Australian man has been charged with allegedly helping Islamic State develop missiles, police said. Haisem Zahab, a 42-year-old electrician, was picked up during a raid at his home in the town of Young, in rural New South Wales. He is accused of ...and more »

Australian electrician accused of terrorism offences - Radio New Zealand

The trained electrician was arrested in the small town of Young, west of Canberra, in New South Wales. Police said the man helped so-called Islamic State (IS) develop a laser warning device to help warn against incoming missiles. They said he was also ...and more »

Australian accused of planning to help Isil develop missiles - Telegraph.co.uk

Australian counterterrorism police arrested a man on Tuesday who officials say was planning to advise the Islamic State group on how to develop missiles. Australian Federal Police arrested the 42-year-old electrician during a raid at his home in the ...and more »

Australian electrician arrested for 'developing Isis long-range missiles and laser defences' - The Independent

An Australian electrician accused of helping Isis develop long-range missiles and laser warning device to guard against enemy bombs has been arrested. Haisem Zahab was arrested at his family home in the rural town of Young, New South Wales, after an ...and more »

Man arrested at Young, NSW for allegedly researching missiles for Islamic State - ABC Online

A 42-year-old electrician alleged to be helping Islamic State develop sophisticated missile technology is behind bars after being arrested at Young, north-west of Canberra. Haisem Zahab, an Australian citizen, is alleged to have been researching how to ...and more »

Australian arrested over IS missile-design plot - The Peninsula Qatar

Sydney: An Australian was charged Tuesday with helping the Islamic State group develop high-tech weapons, including long-range guided missile capabilities. Haisem Zahab, a 42-year-old electrician, was working alone and there was no domestic-related ...and more »

Man charged in NSW town of Young over alleged missile advice to Isis - The Guardian

Malcolm Turnbull, pictured with AFP commissioners Andrew Colvin and Ian McCartney, said the man arrested in Young was alleged to have communicated with Isis about the development of missile systems. Photograph: Mike Bowers for the Guardian.and more »

An Electrician Arrested On A Rural Property Was Allegedly Developing ISIS Missiles - BuzzFeed News

A man who trained as an electrician has been arrested on a rural NSW property for allegedly using the internet to help develop missiles for ISIS. A man who trained as an electrician has been arrested on a rural NSW property for. View this image ...and more »

TERROR IN YOUNG: Haisem Zahab's extended family already on police radar | Video, Photos - The Young Witness

The extended family of an electrician who allegedly wanted to help the Islamic State with missile detection technology was already on the police radar for funding an arms racket linked to the terrorist group. Haisem Zahab was arrested on Tuesday at his ...and more »

Australian held for helping IS design high-tech missiles - Gulf Times

Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull speaking at a joint press conference with Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin (right) at Parliament House in Canberra. Text Size: A A A. DPA/Sydney. An Australian man was arrested yesterday after he ...and more »