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MN Terror Suspect Released Following Supreme Court RulingA young man who had threatened local FBI agents was set free Tuesday in part because of a U.S. Supreme court ruling 10 days ago. Mohamed Ali Omar, the older brother of one of seven Minnesota terror suspects accused of trying to join ISIS, was found guilty in March of threatening FBI agents who came to his south Minneapolis home to investigate his brother.
Minnesota Terror Suspect Ordered To Remain In JailOne of the seven Minnesota men charged with trying to join ISIS was in federal court Friday afternoon. His hearing comes as new details come to light about the chilling accusations against another one of the suspects, Mohamed Farah, who government prosecutors say threatened to kill Minnesota-based FBI agents.
Mom Of Terror Suspect Says She Can't Talk To Son In CaliforniaFive young terror suspects accused of trying to join ISIS all entered not guilty pleas Wednesday at a hearing in federal court in Minneapolis.
Somali Community Organizer Offers Insight Into Terrorism ArrestsSix men are now charged with conspiring to provide and attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. A local community organizer says a three-pronged approach is needed: law enforcement, intervention and prevention.
Ka Joog, 'Enriching Life Of Young Somali-American Youth'Mohamed Farah, the executive director of Ka Joog, spoke with WCCO-TV's Esme Murphy on Sunday about the recent massacre in Kenya, in which some of Farah's relatives were injured.
The Antidote To Minn. Terror Recruitment Seeks FundingOutside the State Office Building in St. Paul, a group of young men were snapping group selfies and smiling broadly. It was pure excitement as the Somali-Americans took a big step into American civics. They are with the group Ka Joog, and they had come to the Capitol to seek state funding for a vital cause -- keeping the tug of foreign terror groups out of reach.
Interview: Combating Terror Recruiting In MinnesotaAfter an expected one million people demonstrated in Paris Sunday in a show of national unity against terror, it's important to remember that terrorist groups are trying to recruit young, disenfranchised people in Minnesota.
Somali Group Wants State Cash To Fight Terror RecruitmentA Somali youth group wants more than $4 million in state funding for workforce training, arts initiatives and after-school programs to fight international terrorist recruitment across Minnesota.
Prosecutor Fights Terrorism By Building Trust For several months, U.S. Attorney Andy Luger has been meeting with members of Minnesota's large Somali community, and listening to their concerns.
Obama Didn’t Mention ISIS Recruiting, But Minn. Community Still On Edge President Barack Obama did not mention in his Wednesday night address the recruitment of Minnesotans by ISIS (or ISIL). There are reports that as many as 15 young men and women with Minnesota ties have left to join the terror group.
Terror Groups Using Social Media To Recruit In The Twin Cities Douglas McCain was not the first Minnesotan radicalized and recruited to fight in a foreign land. In recent years, Minnesota has become a place where terrorist organizations recruit young people to fight jihad.
Mpls. Somali Youth Group Fights Al-Shabab With DocumentaryAl-Shabab uses Internet videos to convince Minnesota men to come back to Somalia. But now, a Somali youth group is fighting back with a documentary of their own.