Nazareth man charged with sending funds to brother in ISIS, illegal weapons possession

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 13, 2016 16:53

A resident of Nazareth was indicted on Sunday for knowingly funding terrorism, Channel 10 reported.

20-year-old Faiz Saudi was charged on three accounts for transferring funds to his brother, a soldier for the Islamic State.

Saudi's brother, Mustafa, illegally entered into Syria to join ISIS.

Additionally, Saudi was charged with possession of an illegal firearm that was used to shoot a man.


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