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Thursday, June 23, 2016

Indiana Teen Akram I. Musleh accused of Supporting ISIS, Terrorism

By Indy Star, June 21, 2016 

Akram I. Musleh long sought to join ISIS, federal court documents allege, hoping to travel overseas to join the terrorism group as a fighter. 

The Brownsburg teenager's alleged involvement began on social media in 2013, according to court documents, when he posted videos of terrorist leaders. FBI agents spoke with Musleh back then, hoping to prevent him from pursuing extremism. The teen told investigators he posted those videos simply to understand Islam's history.
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1 comment:

  1. Was the FBI trying to do an intervention with him? Wasted effort. They should have let him quietly fly out of the country to join ISIS, the jerk his passport and put him on every watch list, no fly list, terrorist list, etc., and let him get bombed into oblivion. Make sure when he tries to come back that he is totally blocked, not like some that managed to throw a fit that got them back in the country. I think Matteen was one of those and no we have 49 dead Americans.


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