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Topic - Amina Farah Ali
Two Minnesota women were convicted Thursday of conspiring to funnel money to a terrorist group in Somalia as part of what prosecutors called a "deadly pipeline" sending money and fighters from the U.S. to the group known as al-Shabab.
A Minnesota woman accused of funneling money to a terrorist group in Somalia was handcuffed and removed from a courtroom Monday when she refused to stand for the judge hearing the case.
The Justice Department on Thursday unsealed four separate indictments accusing 14 people, including U.S. citizens, on terrorism charges for providing money, personnel and services to al-Shabaab.
The Justice Department unsealed indictments Thursday against 14 people - including seven U.S. citizens - charging them with providing money, personnel and services to a Somali-based terrorist group with ties to al Qaeda.
During one teleconference, the indictment says, Ms. Ali told others "to forget about the other charities" and focus on "the Jihad."
In one of those recorded calls, investigators allege, Ali said to "forget about the other charities" and focus on "the jihad."