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Two Young Minnesota Residents Charged in Alleged Attempt to Join, Help Islamic State

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

Two young Minnesota residents are accused of conspiring to join the radical group Islamic State and provide it with “material support,” Minnesota Public Radio reports.

Abdullah Yusuf, 18, and Abdi Nur, 20, are facing federal conspiracy charges. Both were charged with “conspiracy to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization.”

The men planned to join Islamic State to “to engage in a campaign of terror in support of a violent ideology,” U.S. Attorney Luger said in a statement.

Yusuf, a college student, was arrested as he prepared to board a flight to Turkey.

“His parents did not know that Yusuf had obtained a passport and planned to travel to Turkey, nor did they know that he had acquired $1,500 and purchased an airline ticket,” prosecutors allege.

Investigators said Nur left for Turkey on May 29 and didn’t return as scheduled.


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