By Mark Brook For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 00:03 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 00:05 GMT, 1 March 2019
A taxi driver living in Western Sydney has been accused of travelling to Syria and administering encrypted messages for militant group Islamic State.
The Bangladesh-born man, who has been granted Australian citizenship, travelled to Syria to allegedly fight with the group in 2015, The Sydney Morning Herald reported.
When the man came back to Australia - via Turkey - in September, 2015, he was arrested by Australian Federal Police at Sydney Airport.
The Islamic State logo, which appeared in images allegedly taken from the man's phone (stock image)
At the same time of his arrest, uniformed police raided the man's Auburn home that he shared with his wife, their children, and his wife's children to a previous marriage.
A source close to the investigation told the publication the man has not been charged, but remains under surveillance because of his alleged radical views.