Fareed Ahmed Khan is accused of making false statements to the FBI including that he wasn’t associated with the Islamic Circle of North America..,
Tunisian-Canadian Muslim said in an interview that “he had entered the United State with the sole purpose of killing armed U.S. government employees.”
Since 2013, there have been 159 homegrown jihadist cases in the United States.
The Muslim doctor accused in the cuttings is now facing stiffer charges.
In 2014, Mohammad Hassan Khalid was sentenced to five years in prison for aiding Muslim terrorists.
Baptiste started an online communication platform he called “Jihadi Gear,” and likened it to a preparation channel.”
They stored firearms and ammunition and engaged in firearms and tactical training "as part of their common plan to prepare for violent attacks."
Faress Muhammad Shraiteh's friend, whom he left the U.S. with, was “killed while conducting a suicide attack on behalf of ISIS.”
“Even when told to stop his dangerous practice, Ahmed el-Sherif continued to ignore the risks..." - costing U.S. taxpayers $760,000 to clean up as a Superfund site.
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Judge cited “compelling testimony” from co-conspirators and recordings among the “overwhelming evidence” that the three intended to follow others to the battlefield to fight, and kill, for ISIS.
Ibrahim al-Asiri, a 36-year-old Saudi national, tried to blow up planes over Chicago in 2010 and the plot was foiled.
Ciccolo, who used the alias Ali Al Amriki online and appeared in court in traditional Muslim clothing, planned to set off the improvised explosive devices – he wanted to attack a college cafeteria with a pressure cooker bomb.
Hashimi used backpage.com ads, rented hotel rooms and forced the underage teen to walk/work the streets, offering sexual acts and forced her to have sex with him.
Kang swore an oath of allegiance to Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and said he wanted to get his assault-style rifle, go to downtown Honolulu and the Waikiki strip and start shooting
Imam Siraj Wahhaj's son trained teenage boys and told them jihad meant killing non-believers on behalf of Allah.
“There was definitely guns being bought from that [Siraj Wahhaj's] mosque,” the detective said. When asked if he observed sales, the former undercover detective said yes.
...covertly monitoring a Jewish center in Chicago and American members of an Iranian opposition group in exile
Despite finding evidence of jihad training and terrorist plots, no charges were filed related to terrorism or the dead child found on the jihadi compound.
Jamshid Muhtorov came to the Denver area in 2007 through a refugee resettlement program.