Skip to Content

GLOBAL FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM FUNDING

LIVE AND LET LIVE - LESS MONEY LESS TERROR

Home / Archive from "Extremism" (Page 30)

David Daoud Wright

David Daoud Wright, from Everett (north of Boston), is a man convicted of leading a plot to behead blogger Pamela Geller on behalf of the Islamic State group. He will serve even longer behind bars after he was sentenced for a[...]

Continue Reading

Alice Brignoli

Alice Brignoli, born in Erba and residing in Bulciago (Lecco), is investigated for the crime of association with the aim of international terrorism. She traveled in 2015 with her Moroccan-born husband, Mohamed Koraichi, and their three young children by car from[...]

Continue Reading

Shehroze Chaudhry

Shehroze Chaudhry is a Canadian man on suspicion of lying about having joined Islamic State terrorist group and committing execution-style killings. Starting in 2016, Chaudhry made social media posts talking about his role with Islamic State and also gave several media[...]

Continue Reading

Hassan El Hajj Hassan

Hassan El Hajj Hassan is a Lebanese-Canadian national, guilty of involvement as accomplice in the terrorist attack at the city of Burgas’s airport, in Bulgaria’s southeast, on July 18, 2012. He is convicted and sentenced in absentia by the Bulgarian Special[...]

Continue Reading

Meliad Farah

Meliad Farah is a Lebanese-Australian national, who is guilty of involvement as accomplice in the terrorist attack at the city of Burgas’s airport, in Bulgaria’s southeast, on July 18, 2012. He is convicted and sentenced in absentia by the Bulgarian Special[...]

Continue Reading

Subahani Haja Moideen

Subahani Haja Moideen is Islamic State operative who was arrested by the National Investigation Agency after being trained by the Islamic State terrorist group, and is charged under various sections of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) and is currently detained[...]

Continue Reading

Nayef Amjad Qashou

Nayef Amjad Qashou from Auburn (Alabama), lied to the FBI about distributing terrorist propaganda and tried to go to Syria to join the Islamic State terrorist group. Qashou will serve 57 months in prison for making false statements to federal agents[...]

Continue Reading

Select Language »