Caner Temel, from Auburn, was killed in Syria.

Caner Temel, from Auburn, was killed in Syria.

Another young Sydney man has died after travelling to Syria to fight with terrorist organisations in that country's civil war.

Caner Temel, 22, from Auburn, was one of six men allegedly sent to the front line by a Granville pensioner, Hamdi Alqudsi, 39.

Friends of Mr Temel, also known as Abu Moussathe, confirmed his death on Friday.

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said it was "aware of unconfirmed reports of an Australian death in Syria".

Mr Temel's death comes days after the death of another recruited man, Yusuf Ali, along with his wife, Gold Coast-born Amira Ali, 22.

The pair were killed by the Free Syrian Army after getting caught in fighting between rebel groups last week.

Zaky Mallah, from the Parramatta group Islamic Front, said the death of Mr Temel was "tragic news".

"From my understanding, Temel, an Australian of Turkish background who travelled to Syria to help the Syrian people, was possibly killed from rebel infighting," he said in a statement.

"The situation in Syria is chaotic at the moment with the rebel infighting."

Police allege that Mr Alqudsi, a disability pensioner, recruited and helped Mr Ali and Mr Temel to go to Syria.

Mr Alqudsi was charged in December with recruiting, funding and organising for the men to travel to Syria to fight with Jabhat al-Nusra and other al-Qaeda affiliates.

During Mr Alqudsi's court appearance in December, he claimed he could only raise $500 surety to get bail, because he lived on a disability pension. However, members of the Muslim community mustered the required $10,000 to secure his release.

The whereabouts of the other four men he allegedly sent to Syria are unknown but they have not returned to Australia.

A seventh man, Amin Iman Mohamad, from Lidcombe, was arrested at Brisbane Airport in December and charged with preparing to engage in foreign hostile activities.