- Tarik Chadlioui is facing extradition to Spain over extremism claims
- Father-of-eight is Moroccan but moved to Britain using his Belgian passport
- It emerged today he filmed videos in a children's playground in Birmingham
- Preacher has 16,000 YouTube subscribers and makes hundreds from views
- He also posted photos of himself on holiday and enjoying a barbecue
An arrested imam said to have radicalised one of the Paris terror attackers earned thousands of pounds from films of himself airing his views in a children's playground and splashing about in a swimming pool.
Tarik Chadlioui, 43, is currently facing extradition to Spain on terror charges after he was detained by anti-terror police at his home in Birmingham.
He is accused of being the spiritual leader of a jihadist network, who allegedly inspired Omar Mostefai, a terrorist who blew himself up during the Bataclan theatre siege that claimed 89 lives in Paris in 2015.
It emerged today that the scores of videos of Chadlioui put online include one of him expounding his views in a children's playpark not far from his home in Sparkbrook, Birmingham.
Tarik Chadlioui - accused of being part of a jihadist network - appears on his Facebook page lounging in a swimming with children believed to be his sons
The alleged hate preache alsor posted photos online of himself during a barbecue
Other photos and videos he posted online show him lounging in a rubber ring in a swimming pool and cooking kebabs at a barbecue.
The video in the park is understood to show Chadlioui discussing the correct way to pray, but he adds: 'Pray for your brothers in jails or in custody so that they will be released.'
He also says: 'Do not forget to pay for your subscription for lessons and religious speeches.'
Chadlioui has around 16,000 subscribers to his YouTube channel and is thought to have made thousands of pounds from views.
Other videos appear to have been filmed during Chadlioui's trips abroad and inside his home.
The Moroccan father-of-eight came to Britain around the time of the Paris attacks, using his Belgian passport to enter the UK. He is now fighting extradition claiming he has a right to a family life in Britain.
Chadlioui - who is said to have previously urged his followers to wage holy war against 'infidels' - posted one video online as recently as last week.
Chadlioui was arrested at his £800-a-month rented home in Birmingham he shares with his wife, who recently gave birth to their eighth child.
A prosecutor told a court yesterday he is a member of 'a terrorist organisation' that supported ISIS and spread propaganda online.
'He produced audio-visual material in the indoctrination, radicalisation of member and in the recruitment of new members,' a lawyer for Spanish authorities said.
Chadlioui claims he has been making a living selling perfume to mosques and market stalls.
But Spanish investigators believe he has been flying in and out of Britain for clandestine meetings with jihadis recruited through the hateful sermons he has posted on YouTube and other social media.
Yesterday, Chadlioui appeared before Westminster magistrates to face extradition proceedings.
Chadlioui, who is not thought to speak English, sat with his arms folded, listening through an Arabic interpreter.
Chadlioui produced his Belgian passport as an identity document before moving into his five-bedroom terraced house in Sparkbrook.
His landlord, who asked not to be named, said the terror suspect told him he ran shops in Belgium. The landlord added: 'He told me he travelled to Belgium a lot because of his businesses, and sometimes imported goods from Egypt. But they would never let me in the house.'
A neighbour said Chadlioui was led out of the house handcuffed and wearing his pyjamas during yesterday's early-morning raid, adding: 'The children were very pleasant. I don't think they went to school too often – at one point people from the school came around knocking to find out why they hadn't been attending.'