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Two U.S. citizens were charged Friday with conspiring to give computer advice, buy watches and do other tasks to help al-Qaida "modernize."
A vaguely worded indictment unsealed Friday in federal court in Manhattan accused Wesam El-Hanafi of traveling to Yemen to meet with unnamed al-Qaida members in February 2008.
The terrorists "instructed him on operational security measures and directed him to perform tasks for al-Qaida," the indictment says. While there, he also "took an oath of allegiance to al-Qaida," it adds.
In February 2008, El-Hanafi bought computer software that allowed him to secretly communicate over the Internet, federal prosecutors allege. That summer, he met with an unnamed co-conspirator and the second defendant, Sabirhan Hasanoff, in Brooklyn to discuss joining al-Qaida, according to the indictment. [...]
But, these clowns are Jihadis and some effete futz will get them released. I am watching to see if the morons that are allegedly coming to the US from Club Gitmo will be released out of the "kindness of their hearts" to behave. We must keep the Jihadis "civil". Right?
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