EL-HANAFI INDICTMENT PDF

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Two Brooklyn men have been arrested and charged with trying to help Al Qaeda terrorists, federal law enforcement officials said. While the men are charged with providing material support for terrorism, in court papers prosecutors said the men were planning a "crime of terrorism against the United States , US citizens and residents of the US. The two men agreed to provide "computer advice and assistance, services and currency" to Al Qaeda.

Read the full indictment here. The former friend said El-Hanafi "seemed to be an assimilated kind of guy" but recently started growing a long beard. El-Hanafi, an Egyptian national, recently moved to Dubai. Attorney Preet Bharara said El-Hanafi "conspired to modernize al Qaeda by providing computer systems expertise and other goods and services.

One official said while the two men had been looking to help al Qaeda operatives overseas, terror leaders in Yemen were becoming hopeful they might soon convince the men to try to help in a future plot inside the United States.

Investigators said the two men had been working to help al Qaeda from through March El-Hanafi allegedly traveled to Yemen in February of where he received training from the terrorists and took an oath of allegiance to Al Qaeda. El-Hanafi later accepted an Al Qaeda oath of allegiance from a Brooklyn man, named as an unindicted co-conspirator. When they tried to return to the U. One source said both men hold citizenship from the United States and another country. The men appeared in federal court in Alexandria, Virginia friday afternoon where a judge ordered them sent to New York for trial.

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Two former Brooklyn residents have been charged with conspiring to provide Al Qaeda with computer advice and other assistance, according to an indictment unsealed Friday in Federal District Court in Manhattan. The indictment charged that the two men had assisted Al Qaeda since at least November In Yemen, he also swore an oath of allegiance to Al Qaeda, the indictment said. Each man was charged with one count of conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. Each could face 15 years in prison if convicted, prosecutors said. The indictment also cited an unidentified co-conspirator, listed only as CC

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Two Brooklyn Men Arrested for Trying to Help Al Qaeda

Two Brooklyn men have been arrested and charged with trying to help Al Qaeda terrorists, federal law enforcement officials said. While the men are charged with providing material support for terrorism, in court papers prosecutors said the men were planning a "crime of terrorism against the United States , US citizens and residents of the US. The two men agreed to provide "computer advice and assistance, services and currency" to Al Qaeda. Read the full indictment here. The former friend said El-Hanafi "seemed to be an assimilated kind of guy" but recently started growing a long beard.

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Two US citizens have been indicted for providing Al-Qaeda with computer expertise and other technical support to help modernise the terrorist outfit. According to an indictment unsealed Friday in Federal District Court in Manhattan, both the men, former residents of Brooklyn, have been charged with conspiring to provide Al-Qaeda with computer advice and other assistance. His office said the investigation was continuing. According to spokeswoman, Yusill Scribner, there were "no allegations of an active plot". El-Hanafi went to Yemen in , "where he met with two members of Al-Qaeda who instructed him on operational security measures and directed him to perform tasks" for the group. In Yemen, he also swore an oath of allegiance to Al-Qaeda, the indictment said.

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