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He said the raids were a 'major joint counter-terrorism operation' and reminded the Australian people 'the threat of terrorism is very real'.
'The office of transport security has advised security screening will take longer, and travellers should arrive at terminals at least two hours before flights to allow ample time for screening,' he said on Sunday.
The paper was told the four, who are all related by blood and marriage, allegedly made a 'non-traditional' device designed to kill passengers with a sulphur-based gas.
The accused, whose names are known to Daily Mail Australia but not yet confirmed by police, were arrested in the simultaneous raids.
The man appeared to be distressed and bleeding from the head as he walked to a waiting ambulance, Nine News reported.
He could be heard saying 'they bashed me.' When asked by who, he answered 'police.'When asked why he was being arrested, the man mumbled 'I don't know nothing.' Shocked neighbours have said the family living in the property were 'perfectly nice and normal people.''We knew them to say hello to and they seemed nice,' said one woman, who didn't want to be identified.
Relatives of two of the accused spoke out following the arrests, saying they 'love Australia.'The four men arrested for their alleged role in the conspiracy can be detained for up to a week while investigators comb through evidence.
The other father and son duo are understood to have been arrested in separate raids.
Counter terrorism police (pictured) stormed four Sydney properties and arrested four men including one man (pictured) at Surry Hills after being alerted to an alleged plot to bring down an plane with a 'bomb'One man draped in a bed sheet with a heavily-bandaged head was seen being led into an ambulance outside a Surry Hills property.
Travellers turned to social media posting photos of massive queues leading into customs at Sydney Airport and passengers tweeting to not underestimate the wait.'Not sure I agree with the ''creation'' of a mass gathering ''before'' security screening -closed screening stations,' one traveller tweeted.
'Long queues at Sydney Airport - paranoid security state in full regalia,' another wrote.Australian Federal Police, ASIO and NSW Police jointly carried out the operation on Saturday in Surry Hills, Lakemba, Wiley Park and Punchbowl.