New Jersey man charged with conspiracy to provide material support to ISIS

By REUTERS
June 29, 2015 19:35

 
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WASHINGTON - A New Jersey man has been charged with conspiracy to provide material support to the Islamic State militant group and witness tampering, the US Justice Department said on Monday.

Alaa Saadeh, 23, of West New York, New Jersey, was arrested early Monday at his home, prosecutors said.

In the past two weeks several people have been arrested in the New York area in an investigation into alleged activities in support for Islamic State.

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