US builds case against Hamas-linked charity

August 4, 2007 03:13

Federal prosecutors have shown a jury evidence that leaders of a Muslim charity were outraged by Israel's treatment of Palestinians, sang songs supporting Hamas and had financial dealings with a man whom the US government would later call a terrorist. Whether any of that amounted to a crime of supporting terrorism seemed uncertain after the first two weeks of a trial in US district court that could last several months.

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