Alleged Australian IS recruiter Neil Prakash apologises in court

Australian IS recruiter Neil Prakash.            
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Prakash repeatedly tried to excuse his actions as a promoter of Islamic State and a recruiter for them, saying he was a "new Muslim" who didn't fully understand what he was being taught.

The failed rapper appeared in court via video-link from a maximum security prison in Gaziantep, Turkey, where he has been for a year after he was caught crossing a Turkish border. The Melbourne-born man apologised for "all the trouble I have caused in the world".

Prakash appeared in a propaganda video for Islamic State.

'When I went to join ISID [the Turkish acronym of IS], I was a new Muslim.

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"About what happened in Australia, I was not a hundred percent responsible".

'I did not have any knowledge of what Islam is.

'When I learned more about Islam, I wanted to leave'. "I don't think we would take that very seriously", she told reporters on Friday.

The top IS recruiter was arrested trying to cross the border from Syria into Turkey on false documents in October a year ago and during his short court hearing, admitted calling for terror attacks in Australia.

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Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Graham Aston said police had compiled a brief of evidence against Prakash, and he would wait for Turkey to deal with him first.

Prakash was remanded in prison under the public prosecutor's strong suspicion he might escape and will remain behind bars until his next hearing on December 26.

In May, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said he expected Prakash to be extradited within months.

Australia has formally requested his extradition to face a raft of terror-related charges back home, but extradition was not mentioned during the hearing.

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