The brother of Islamic State terrorist Mohamed Elomar will remain behind bars after he allegedly confronted a father at a children's soccer match in Sydney's southwest.
Ahmed Elomar, 34, was previously jailed over the bashing of a police officer and was on parole during the alleged incident at Kooringa Reserve in Raby on May 13.
He was charged in July with stalking and intimidation and his parole was revoked.
Elomar has been granted bail but is expected to remain behind bars for at least another month, after a NSW State Parole Authority hearing to consider his release was adjourned on Tuesday until October 6.
His brother Mohamed Elomar is believed to have been killed fighting with Islamic State in the Middle East.