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Accused terrorist may be given bail next month

ACCUSED terrorist Omar Succarieh will wait until February 15 to find out whether he gets bail.

Brisbane Supreme Court Justice Jean Dalton accepted a request yesterday from his legal team to delay the decision so they could receive more instructions.

The 32-year-old has been behind bars since being charged after counter-terrorism raids in Brisbane and Sydney in September 2014.

The prosecution has accused the Logan man of giving money to Syrian militant group Jabhat al-Nusra and planning to join it.

A $600,000 surety has been offered to guarantee Mr Succarieh's release.

He is not expected to face trial until the last quarter of this year.

Topics:  court terrorism


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