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IS chants found on alleged funder's phone

AAP logoAAP 11/11/2016

The chants, known as nasheeds, included praise for the IS leader © StockImages_AT/iStock/Getty Images The chants, known as nasheeds, included praise for the IS leader Chants found on the phone of a man accused of trying to send money to the Islamic State group talked of trampling unbelievers' skulls and spreading hell, a jury has been told.

Ali Al-Talebi, 27, is accused of helping recruit a younger Muslim man to send $6000 to Pakistan and $9000 in US bank notes to Turkey from a money exchange business in Western Sydney.

The chants, known as nasheeds, included praise for the IS leader and pledged that "victory will be achieved again only with the blood of martyrs", according to a transcript released to reporters.

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