The brother of Islamic State terrorist Mohamed Elomar has had his parole revoked after being charged with stalking and intimidation following a children's soccer match in southwest Sydney.
Ahmed Elomar, 34, was on Saturday granted conditional bail at Parramatta Bail Court after he allegedly made threats at the match at Kooringa Reserve in Raby on May 13.
The NSW State Parole Authority on Tuesday then revoked his parole relating to convictions for offences including wounding a police officer during a public disorder in Central Sydney in September 2012.
A warrant will be issued for his arrest.
Elomar was released on parole in August last year after serving almost three years of a maximum four-years-and-eight-months sentence that expires on May 8, 2018.
His parole conditions included having electronic monitoring and undertaking psychological assessment and counselling as directed.