AFP raids SL-born ISIS worker's houses


International media reports that Australian counter-terrorism police has raided two houses in Melbourne belong to ex-wives of the Sri Lankan-born Australian national who appeared in a Islamic State (ISIS) propaganda video.

Forty one-year-old, Sri Lankan-born Mohomed Unais Mohomen Ameen who had fled to Syria in 2014, is reported to be working for the IS as a physiotherapist.

In the video, Ameen has been urging Australians and other foreign to offer their services to IS’s health service in Syria.

In the video, Ameen calls for sympathizers all over the world saying, "We have staff from many other countries, physiotherapy doctors from Russia, physiotherapy doctors from Sham, physiotherapy doctors from Australia, from Sri Lanka, Tunisia, and that a few countries to be named. I would like to take this opportunity, call my brothers and sisters who have the medical background, medical knowledge, who are qualified or semi-qualified- we need the brothers and sisters to come and help us from all around the world.”

However, the Australian Federal Police that denied providing details on the raid confirmed that there was no immediate danger to the community.