James Walsh

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Two naturalized American citizens of Somali descent  have been indicted  in Minnesota.  The charges include providing support for terrorists and conspiracy to “kill, kidnap, maim or…

Jihad: from Somalia to Minnesota

Two naturalized American citizens of Somali descent have been indicted in Minnesota.  The charges include providing support for terrorists and conspiracy to “kill, kidnap, maim or…

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Some 20 American citizens, some with middle class aspirations, have joined a terrorist group in their native Somalia.

Jihad: from Somalia to Minnesota

Some 20 American citizens, some with middle class aspirations, have joined a terrorist group in their native Somalia.

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