Afghanistan-born Ahmad Khan Rahimi was convicted Monday of planting two pressure-cooker bombs on New York City streets.
The suspect was charged with manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide, leaving the scene of a fatal accident, speeding and driving with a suspended license.
Muslims take over the streets in cities across the U.S. for their bloody Ashura procession.
At least the third Muslim diplomat arrested for assaulting a woman in NY this year, and the second from Sudan.
U.S. prosecutors revealed last week that Abdulrahman El Bahnasawy, 19, of Mississauga, Ont. confessed to an ISIS-inspired plot to target key New York City landmarks.
"At no time was the safety or security of the public at risk."
Hosein posted a picture of himself, wearing a long tunic, and Rapone, wearing a turban and a long tunic.
Al Qaeda operatives said they could better serve the cause with attacks back in the United States.
Judge Kevin Dooley granted Abdullah's release from jail on bond Tuesday.
Seweid’s older brother, Abdoul, was also charged with falsely reporting an incident back in 2012.
An intermediary in Turkey was involved with an Iranian steel company linked to nuclear and ballistic missile programs.
New film and follow-up video series detailing the concerted effort by international organizations to compel the U.S. to curtail the freedom of speech and criminalize criticism of Islam.
“I agreed with others to raise money in order for an individual to buy a plane ticket to Turkey to join ISIS and be trained as a fighter.”
Meet Linda Sarsour - @lsarsour - a self-described "ordinary white girl from New York" who put on a hijab and instantly became a "woman of color."
Authorities say he flew to Saudi Arabia, purportedly to celebrate an Islamic religious holiday, but then attempted to join ISIS.