"That's my boy," Khaled Sharrouf wrote on Twitter alongside a photo of his 7 year old son using both hands to hold up a man's severed head.
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Less than five years after his release from prison, it's clear that Sharrouf has not abandoned the ideology that saw him jailed.
Was Sharrouf further radicalized in prison?
in the emergence of schizophrenia, the documents said.
'A chance for a fresh start'
Sharrouf was sentenced to five years and three months in prison. However, as he'd already served most of that time while awaiting trial, he was released from prison after just three weeks.
"It is utterly deplorable for extremists to use Islam as a cover for their crimes and atrocities," Mohamed said in a statement to CNN from the Australian National Imams Council. Secretary of State John Kerry said the image underscored "the degree which ISIL (now Islamic State) is so far beyond the pale with respect to any standard that we judge even terrorist groups."
Dad of boy holding severed head schizophrenic
Sharrouf worked as a laborer in the building industry for a time but survived mostly on a disability support pension until his arrest in November 2005 on terror related charges.
Details of Sharrouf's troubled teenage years were revealed in court documents from his sentencing in the New South Wales Supreme Court in 2009 on terror related charges.
He was one of nine alleged terrorists detained after a series of raids on homes and businesses as part of Operation Pandanus, an investigation into plans to bring Nike Air Max 90 Black Yellow
"There are a significant number of Australian citizens who are taking part in activities in Iraq Air Max 90 Id Hyperfuse and parts of Syria: extremist activities, terrorist activities," Bishop said.
Who is Khaled Sharrouf?
He appeared before the courts on a number of minor charges between 1995 and 1998, when he was also regularly taking amphetamines, LSD and ecstasy. The drugs were likely to have been a "significant factor" Air Max 90 Hyperfuse Blue
The photo, since removed from Twitter, was reportedly taken in Raqqa, a Syrian city in the stranglehold of Islamic State (IS) militants, where the Australian father has taken his young family to join the fight.
Sharrouf pleaded guilty to possessing batteries and clocks knowing that they were going to be used to make explosives for a terrorist act. However, Sharrouf's hearing was delayed after he was found to be unfit to stand trial due to mental illness.
decision to take their children to Syria. However, her estranged father, Peter Nettleton, said he was devastated by the image of his grandson holding a head.
"That child should be in school; that child should be out learning about the future; that child should be playing with other kids, not holding a severed head and out in the field of combat," he said.
According to the documents, Sharrouf was expelled from school in Year 9 for violent conduct and "was soon drawn into bad company."
Born in Australia in February 1981, Sharrouf is the son of Lebanese parents who had a violent relationship with his father and spent most of his youth in and out of local courts.
"Our fear is that they will return home to Australia as hardened homegrown terrorists and seek to continue their work here in Australia."
"He often tells me how sad he feels that he has missed out on so much of his children's life and that he can't wait to be able to return home so that he can have a chance to make up to his children all the time that was missed and get to know them again," the statement said.
Kerry spoke at a news conference with Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, who also presented the image as evidence of the increasing threat of "homegrown terrorists."
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"We often talk about moving out to the country and living on a farm so that we get away from everything and get the chance to have a fresh start," Nettleton added.
"I'm scared for the children," he told News Corp. "What life are they going to have now?"
holy war to Australia.
During the sentencing, the court heard an affidavit from his wife, Tara Nettleton, who said she and Khaled had talked about what they wanted to do once he was released from prison. At the time, the couple had four children.
In November 2007, a court appointed specialist said he was suffering an "acute exacerbation of the illness schizophrenia." He was put on medication, and in early 2009, it was deemed he had made a "remarkable recovery."
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