Mr Saadieh's attorney Ihab Jamal stated his client was eager to have his day in court.
"We've talked to his family they're quite worried for him and they're standing by his side," he explained.
"He is doing OK at the grand scheme of things and he's eager to have his state."
Police said they discovered evidence that he had united Islamic State again in 2018.
He's been charged with membership of this terrorist group.
Police said the guy's online remarks had improved lately, he had accumulated a huge number of online intense substance and has been in possession of many improvised explosive recipes.
A raid on Mr Saadieh's house and a house in Sefton lead authorities to computers and cellular phones at which the alleged extremist discussions were created.
"His activities are criminal and they signify terror and hatred," Commander Dametto explained.