Residents of Ohio funded Anwar al-Awlaki
Three residents of Ohio pleaded guilty that he provided financial assistance to Anwar al-Awlaki, leader of “al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula”.
Ibrahim Mohammad, Asif and Salim Sultan Salim admitted that he had collected and transferred money intended to Finance attacks on Americans in Iraq, Afghanistan and around the world, and have also taken action to conceal their criminal acts.
Another defendant in this case Yahya Farooq Mohammad pleaded guilty last year. He was sentenced to a lengthy term of imprisonment including for attempted kidnapping and murder of a Federal judge of the United States.
Ibrahim Mohammed is a citizen of India, who studied in one of the American universities, and received the right to permanent residence in the United States. Brothers Asif and Salim Sultan – US citizens. The verdict will be rendered later.
Anwar al-Awlaki – born in the family of Yemeni nationals in the U.S. and became an American citizen by birth. His childhood he spent in the United States, and later his parents returned to Yemen, al-Awlaki’s father was at one time Prime Minister of this country. He, al-Awlaki was a leader of the terrorist organization “al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula” and was very active propaganda campaign, calling for the killing of civilians. It was destroyed in September 2011.