***update: there’s a dispute over Mirza’s immigration status***
Via Jihad Watch and KHOU, a Pakistani illegal alien and a homegrown jihadist have been charged with aiding the Taliban and accused of training with firearms so they could go to the Middle East to fight with the Taliban against coalition forces in the Middle East:
Two Houston men have been charged with planning to aid the Taliban, U.S. Attorney Don DeGabrielle announced Tuesday.
Adnan Babar Mirza, 29 and 33-year-old Kobie Diallo Williams, also known as Abdul Kabeer and Abdul Kabir, are both in federal custody.
Williams, a University of Houston student, pleaded guilty Tuesday. Mirza hasn’t entered a plea… To hone their skills in anticipation for battlefield jihad, the indictment alleges, Williams and Mirza agreed to train with firearms at various locations located in Harris and surrounding counties.
Mirza was here on an expired student visa:
According to allegations in the indictment, Williams and Mirza, a citizen of Pakistan who entered the United States on a student visa on Aug. 15, 2001, allegedly viewed the United States and coalition military forces on the ground in Afghanistan and Iraq as invaders. In April 2005, they agreed that they should travel to the Middle East to fight with the Taliban to engage in battlefield jihad.
On at least eight occasions between May 20, 2005, and June 17, 2006, the men engaged in firearms training, and at times in reconnaissance training.
As part of and during the alleged conspiracy, Williams and Mirza are accused of agreeing to offer financial support to Taliban fighters and their families. Federal law prohibits contributions of goods or services to the Taliban.
As a student visa holder, Mirza is prohibited from possessing firearms. Furthermore, once his student visa expired on Dec.12, 2005, Mirza’s status changed to that of being illegally in the United States.
“Just doing the job Americans won’t do.”
And apparently helping to recruit at least one treasonous American to help him do it.blog comments powered by Disqus
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