Nsw police charge federal public servant funds islamic state

August 14, 2020 by JonDod  
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Nsw police charge federal public servant funds islamic state

A US federal public servant accused of bankrolling a terrorist group in Pa바카라사이트kistan has been charged under the US’s anti-terror law and detained in US custody.

The charge, announced on Thursday, is punishable by up to five years in federal prison and a fine, and the suspect faces up to 1,000 years if convicted.

The accused, Anwar Ahmad Sharif, 56, a top aide to Barack Obama, is facing charges of conspiring to provide material support to a terrorist organization after he was arrested during a traffic stop in his hometown of Marathwada on February 27.

On his website he describes himself as having been born in the United States but living in Pakistan for 10 years. He is also allegedly part of Jamaat-ud-Dawa, a banned terrorist organisation linked to al-Qaeda.

Sharif, who worked for his own family firm, Al-Tahir Companies, is accused of helping the group establish a safe haven, in this case, in Marathwada and providing it with funding. He has denied any wrongdoing.

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The allegations in the case are part of the Justice Department’s ongoing investigation into whether the accused was connected to a Pakistani terrorist organization, Jamaat-ud-Dawa, which has previously been blamed for some of the most deadly attacks in th우리카지노e US바카라사이트 since 9/11.

Sharif’s arrest came after US authorities and an Indian official charged five men with providing support to Lashkar-e-Taiba, a banned militant group associated with the Pakistani Taliban. The group is considered a front organization for the international militant group al-Qaeda.

According to court documents, the group had conducted two terror attacks against American targets in 2009 and 2010.

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The US accused Sharif of paying thousands of dollars to Pakistan’s Islamic Commission of Pakistan, through which the alleged leaders of Lashkar-e-Taiba received financial aid. It added that Sharif “provided material support” in the “support of groups operating in Pakistan which were hostile to the US, including supporting Al-Qaeda and other foreign terror organizations”.

Sharif is scheduled to be extradited to the US on March 3 from Pakistan.

His arrest follows a high profile raid earlier this month on an Abbottabad property used by the alleged terrorists. US federal agents arrested Sharif and two alleged facilitators as they took to the stree