Imam Convicted of 11 Counts of Supporting Terrorism

, New York Law Journal

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Mustafa Kamel Mustafa was convicted Monday on all counts of providing material support to terror groups by sending men to train for violent jihad and backing the kidnapping of tourists in Yemen.

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  • Ravi Batra

    US Attorney Preet Bharara‘ and his team are a near-force of nature, and securing convictions, on a repeat basis, from a just jury after a fair trial sends a strong message to all who wish us harm: you can‘t hide, and the United States will bring you to justice.

    Thank you.

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