- Sulayman Khalid and Mohamed Almaouie refused to stand for a judge four times
- The court saw 20 minute rant recorded by the Islamic extremist before his arrest
- Khalid is seen calling on secret service agencies worldwide to convert to Islam
- He has pleaded guilty to conspiring to do acts in preparation for a terrorist act
An ISIS-inspired terror suspect and his co-accused have refused to stand before a judge during their court hearing.
Sulayman Khalid and Mohamed Almaouie stayed seated while Justice Geoffrey Bellew entered and exited the New South Wales Supreme Court on Wednesday.
The court was shown a video recorded by Khalid, 22, in which he called on secret services around the world to convert to Islam in a 20 minute rant.
‘Islam is spread by the swords. How can a religion spread without using the swords?’ Khalid can be seen saying in a clip shown by Seven News.
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