"He has been charged with recklessly supplying a mobile phone sim card to a terrorist organisation.
Commissioner Keelty says the AFP has had more than 300 lawyers and police working on the investigation, who had to examine a considerable amount of material.
"The allegation is that Dr Haneef provided support to a terrorist group, the specific allegation involves recklessness rather than intention, the allegation being that he was reckless about some of the support he provided to that group in particular the provision of his sim card for the use of the group," he ( Australian Federal Police Commissioner Mick Keelty) said."
Some updates here:http://www.outlookindia.com/full.asp?fodname=20070723&fname=Cover+Story+%28F%29&sid=1
Update (17 July, 07). From http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2007/07/17/1980469.htm
"Decision 'politically popular'
Meanwhile, a former Liberal politician says the Government's decision to revoke the visa of Haneef will be politically popular.
Former New South Wales attorney-general John Dowd, who is now with the International Committee of Jurists, says the decision will appeal to sections of the public.
"This is a vote-winner for the Government," he said.
"There's no doubt that the people, a lot of the people out there - they say 'yes, well he ought to be kept away', and how the Government's got to protect us and so on - this is politically astute.""
A current news poll says that 60% people support the Aust. Gov. decision.
Update 27th July: Hanef to be released http://www.theage.com.au/news/national/haneef-will-be-released/2007/07/27/1185339232877.html