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He quickly developed an "emotional connection" to the woman at UNSW and was "terrified" of losing her. These are the only ones that actually make me feel good. "The offender is an intelligent man he must have realised his actions would have led to Mr Nizamdeen's arrest or deportation," Judge Weber said.
Khawaja was arrested and charged in late 2018 after a handwriting expert couldn't conclusively prove the plans had been written by Mr Nizamdeen. Khawaja scrawled blueprints about killing prominent politicians and attacking Sydney landmarks in a notepad he stole from the budding IT business analyst. Arsalan Khawaja, 39, claimed to have found notebook entries made by his colleague at the University of New South Wales which detailed plans to kill soldiers, prominent politicians and attack iconic landmarks. Mr Nizamdeen was charged with terror offences, grilled by detectives for hours without a lawyer, and spent four weeks in Goulburn Supermax before his charges were dropped. The brother of Australian cricketer Usman Khawaja has been jailed for a minimum two-and-a half years after he framed a love rival as a terrorist. Arsalan Khawaja, 40, wrote a series of detailed threats in a book belonging to his colleague Mohamed Kamer Nizamdeen, then handed it to his project manager at UNSW in August 2018. At a sentence hearing, Khawaja apologised to his former friend, and called himself "a coward, who lacked the courage to come forward". Khawaja had expressed "angst" that the two had been in contact while the woman was overseas, when in fact they had not. 'Most people who regularly ride the bridge can tell you about a near miss': Single cyclist crash leads to renewed calls for safety improvements, 'Like the rinse cycle': Queensland doctors claim potential cure for deadly silicosis disease, Actor Craig McLachlan tells court sex simulation video was part of 'lewd jokes', 'The worst case scenario is a new pandemic': Denmark to cull 17 million mink over COVID-19 mutation fears.
Khawaja had previously attempted to frame another man with similar allegations of terrorism after his ex left him for that man. His visa for the US was cancelled as a result of the incident and he is now unable to visit his fiancee, who resides there. Khawaja had previously attempted to frame another man with similar allegations of terrorism after his ex left him for that man. Arsalan Tariq Khawaja was issued a non-parole period of two years and six months but could walk free from prison in June next year due to time served. Khawaja, 40, was driven by jealousy over Mohamed Nizamdeen's friendship with a woman at UNSW when he set him up in August 2018. But the court heard two years earlier he reported another love rival to border Force for expressing extremist views. The court heard he was jealous of Mohamed Nizamdeen's friendship with a woman they worked with.
Today Judge Robert Weber described that as unforgivable. Home Loan For Savvy Aussie Refinancers. Arsalan Tariq Khawaja was issued a non-parole period of two years and six months but could walk free from prison in June next year due to time served. The court has previously heard Khawaja had a "crippling fear of abandonment" stemming from the end of a previous relationship. The court has previously heard Khawaja had a "crippling fear of abandonment" stemming from the end of a previous relationship. Khawaja apologised in court during a hearing in September, admitting he had been "a coward" for not coming forward earlier and sparing Mr Nizamdeen further suffering. Cricketer Usman Khawaja (left) with his brother Arsalan. His visa for the US was cancelled as a result of the incident and he is now unable to visit his fiancee, who resides there. Mr Nizamdeen was not only wrongfully imprisoned, but incorrectly labelled as a terrorist on the front page of a newspaper before police failed to find any evidence against him.