Imam, son in US court over Pakistani Taliban charges

By REUTERS
May 17, 2011 02:29

 
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MIAM - A 76-year-old Florida imam and his son were ordered on Monday to appear next week in a U. federal court where they face charges of providing support for the Pakistani Taliban.

US Magistrate Judge Barry Garber scheduled a May 23 pre-detention hearing for Pakistan-born Hafiz Muhammed Sher Ali Khan, the imam, or spiritual leader, of the Miami Mosque, and his son Izhar Khan, 24, who is also an imam at another mosque in Florida.

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