"Misunderstanders" Of Their Peaceful Faith


Incomplete listing of participants in jihad and adherents to Shari'ah law throughout the United States 
who have misunderstood the "peaceful" and "tolerant" tenets of their religion and have either been 
arrested, indicted, convicted, deported, are on the loose, or are deceased...  



Aafia Siddiqui: Resided in the United States (1991-2002/Houston, Boston), obtaining degrees from the M.I.T. and Brandeis University: Attempting to kill 
United States nationals who were trying to question her after she was caught with chemicals, weapon-making instructions and a list of New York 
landmarks. Siddiqui was convicted. During the trial, two jurors were excused after being intimidated by a person named Keith Manzi, who was then 
barred from the courthouse for the duration of the trial. (New York)

Abad Elfgeeh: Convicted of illegally funneling $21.9 million overseas from his Brooklyn ice cream shop. According to court papers filed in the case, Elfgeeh 
had acknowledged in a secretly tape-recorded conversation with an informant that he transferred money for Sheik Mohammed Ali Hassan al-Moayad, 
who was sentenced to 75 years in prison for conspiracy to support to al Qaida and Hamas. (New York)  

Abdalaziz Aziz Hamayel: Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess stolen firearms (M-16s, AK-47s) and to transport explosive materials (hand grenades and 
improvised explosive devices (IEDs) to the Palestinian Authority. (Florida)

Abdel Azim El Siddig: Financing Islamic terrorism. (Missouri)

Abdel Ghani Meskini: In the United States illegally. Arrested in Brooklyn in 1999, Meskini pleaded guilty to conspiracy to support terrorism for his role in 
the failed "millennium plot" to blow up the Los Angeles International Airport. (New York)

Abdel Hameed Shehadeh: Making false statements in a matter involving international terrorism. (Hawaii, New York)

Abdel Jabber Hamdan: Ordered deported. Hamdan was a primary spokesperson and fundraiser for the Holy Land Foundation. (California)

Abdelhaleem Ashqar: Criminal contempt and obstruction of justice for refusing to testify before a grand jury investigating the Palestinian militant 
movement, Hamas. Telephone records presented in the case records showed that Ashqar was in contact with Hamas leaders. (Virginia) 

Abdelrahman Farhane: Conspiracy to provide funds to jihadists in Chechnya and Afghanistan, and making false statements in connection with a terrorism 
investigation. Farhane was sentenced to thirteen years in prison. (New York)

Abdi Mahdi Hussein: Providing material support to a designated terrorist organization. (Minnesota, Missouri)

Abdifatah Yusuf Isse: Providing material support to terrorists. (Minnesota) 

Abdikadir Ali Abdi: Conspiracy to and providing material support to al-Shabaab and conspiring to kill, maim and injure persons abroad. (Minnesota)

Abdikarim Warsame: Weapons and explosives charges. (Missouri) 

Abdislan Hussein Ali: Conspiracy to and providing material support to al-Shabaab and conspiring to kill, maim and injure persons abroad. (Minnesota)

Abdiweli Yassin Isse: Conspiracy to kill, kidnap, maim, or injure persons outside the United States. (Minnesota)

Abdow Abdow: Making false statements to FBI officials in what one agent called "one of the biggest domestic terrorism investigations" in this country since 
the 9/11/2001 attacks. (Minnesota)

Abdul Adam: Sentenced to 44 to 132 years for his involvement in the seizure of three office buildings and the taking of 134 hostages, leaving two dead and 
thirteen wounded. One of the group's demands was for the premier of "Mohammad, Messenger of God," a movie about the life of the Prophet Muhammad 
to be canceled, calling it sacrilegious. (Washington, D.C.)

Abdul Aziz Alomari: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (New York)

Abdul Hakim Murad: Conspiring and attempting to bomb 12 airliners. (New York)

Abdul Hamid: Sentenced to 36 to 108 years for his involvement in the seizure of three office buildings and the taking of 134 hostages, leaving two dead and 
thirteen wounded. (Washington, D.C.)  

Abdul Hazzaaq: Sentenced to 40 to 120 years for his involvement in the seizure of three office buildings and the taking of 134 hostages, leaving two dead and 
thirteen wounded. One of the group's demands was for the premier of "Mohammad, Messenger of God," a movie about the life of the Prophet Muhammad 
to be canceled, calling it sacrilegious. (Washington, D.C.)

Abdul Latif: Sentenced to 36 to 108 years for his involvement in the seizure of three office buildings and the taking of 134 hostages, leaving two dead and 
thirteen wounded. (Washington, D.C.)

Abdul Muzikir: Sentenced to 77 years to life for his involvement in the seizure of three office buildings and the taking of 134 hostages, leaving two dead and 
thirteen wounded. (Washington, D.C.)  

Abdul Rahim: Sentenced to 28 to 84 years for his involvement in the seizure of three office buildings and the taking of 134 hostages, leaving two dead and 
thirteen wounded. (Washington, D.C.)

Abdul Rahman: Sentenced to 28 to 84 years for his role in the seizure of three office buildings and the taking of 134 hostages, leaving two dead and 
thirteen wounded. One of the group's demands was for the premier of "Mohammad, Messenger of God," a movie about the life of the Prophet Muhammad, 
to be canceled. (Washington, D.C.)

Abdul Rahman Yasin: Damage by means of fire or an explosive to US property, assault of a federal officer in the line of duty. Others. (1993 WTC bombing) 
(New York) 

Abdul Rauf Noormohamed: Providing false terrorism tips to federal agents. (Illinois)

Abdul Salaam: Sentenced to 40 to 120 years for his involvement in the seizure of three office buildings and the taking of 134 hostages, leaving two dead and 
thirteen wounded. (Washington, D.C.)                                                

Abdul Shaheed: Sentenced to 36 to 108 years for his involvement in the seizure of three office buildings and the taking of 134 hostages, leaving two dead and 
thirteen wounded. (Washington, D.C.)

Abdul Tawala Ibn Ali Alishtari: Pleaded guilty to wiring $152K overseas, believing the money would provide night vision goggles for terrorists in Afghanistan. 
(New York)

Abdul Walid Hamid: Battery, terrorist threats and grand theft. While working at a kiosk at the Stoneridge Shopping Center, Hamid tore a crucifix from 
someone's neck, held a pen over his head, yelling "Allah is power" and "Islam is great", along with making anti-Christian comments. (California)    

Abdulhakem Mujahid Muhammad: Murder and 15 counts of committing terrorist attacks. Muhammad said he was opposed to the U.S. military, and shot two 
soldiers outside an Army recruiting center. (Arkansas)

Abdullah Mohammed Muslim, convert to Islam: Felony gun charges. Muslim had stolen the identity of someone bound to a wheelchair and suffering from cerebral 
palsy and attempted to use it to get a passport to leave the country. After his arrest, federal agents went to his home and found an arsenal inside that included 
two AK 47s, a 9mm semi-automatic rifle and more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition, pipe bomb materials, a ballistic face mask and vest, and a flak jacket. 
(Ohio)

Abdullah Qawee: Sentenced to 24 to 72 years for his involvement in the seizure of three office buildings and the taking of 134 hostages, leaving two dead 
and thirteen wounded. One of the group's demands was for the premier of "Mohammad, Messenger of God," a movie about the life of the Prophet 
Muhammad, to be canceled. (Washington, D.C.)

Abdulrahim Sulaiman: Criminal trespass and criminal possession of a weapon. Sulaiman entered the main lobby at the Tappan Zee Elementary School carrying 
a knife. When confronted by school officials, he explained that he was lost and was looking for Fort Dix. He was asked to leave, and was later arrested at a 
nearby convenience store. (New York)       

Abdulrahman Khalid Althuwayb: Threatening to bomb the dining center at Roger Williams University. Police stated that Althuwayb asked for food service at the 
dining center before it opened. A dining supervisor said that Althuwayb was served, and was asked to come during business hours in the future. Two university 
employees told police they heard Althuwayb say, "OK, don't worry, today is the last day, and tomorrow I blow the walls out." (Rhode Island) 

Abdulrahman Odeh: Conspiracy to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization, conspiracy to provide goods, funds, and services 
to a specially designated terrorist, and conspiracy to commit money laundering. (Texas)

Abdulsalam Al-Zahrani: Second-degree murder of Binghamton University Professor, Richard Antoun. According to roommates, Al-Zahrani was quoted as saying 
"I feel like just waking up and destroying the world." One roommate also stated that Al-Zahrani would "all the time be shouting in Arabic, shouting threats, 
insulting this country for no reason." (New York)

Abdurahman Alamoudi: Financing Islamic terrorism. (Virginia)

Abu Khalid Abdul-Latif (aka Joseph Anthony Davis): Plotting to attack a U.S. military recruiting station in Seattle with grenades and machine guns. 
(Washington State)

Abu Mansour al-Amriki: Providing material support to terrorists. (Alabama) 

Abu Marzook: Coordinating and financing the activities of Hamas inside the United States. Others. Marzook was expelled from the United States in 1997. 
(Virginia, Louisiana) 

Adam "Azzam" Gadahn, convert to Islam: Treason. (California)

Adarus Abdulle Ali: Pleaded guilty to an information charging him with one count of perjury for making false statements to a federal grand jury pertaining 
to an investigation into the recruitment of young people from Minneapolis and other U.S. communities to fight for extremists in Somalia. (Minnesota)

Adel Isak: Operating a criminal enterprise to traffic in contraband cigarettes, producing counterfeit cigarette tax stamps; transporting stolen property; and 
money laundering. Some of the profits derived from the illegal enterprise were given to Hezbollah. (Michigan)

Adham Hassoun: Conspiracy to murder, kidnap, maim and injure persons overseas. (Florida)

Adis Medunjanin: Receiving military training from a foreign terrorist organization, and conspiracy to commit murder in a foreign country. (New York) 

Adnan Babar Mirza: Conspiracy to provide support to terrorists. Mirza was attending Houston Community College, and was in the country illegally. (Texas)   

Adnan el-Shukrijumah: Wanted in connection with possible threats against the United States. (Florida)

Agron Abdullahu: Conspiring to provide weapons to illegal immigrants. (Fort Dix plot) (New Jersey)

Agron Hasbajrami: Providing material support to terrorists. (New York)

Ahmad Abdelmomen: Aggravated assault, for beating his younger sister and breaking her back, because he was upset about her relationship with a 
non-Muslim boy. Their parents didn't immediately call for medical assistance because they believed that the beating was justified. (Michigan) 

Ahmad Abousamra: Conspiracy to commit terror attacks inside and outside the United States, which included plans to use automatic weapons at a 
mall to randomly open fire on shoppers and emergency first responders. Conspiracy to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist 
organization. (Massachusetts)

Ahmad Adnan Chaudhry: Attempted murder of his roommate for insulting Islam's founder, Muhammad. (California)

Ahmad M. Ajaj: 1993 World Trade Center bombing. (New York)

Ahmad Minni: One of five U.S. citizens who left America for Pakistan, where they were arrested while trying to join jihadists and fight against American 
troops. (Virginia)

Ahmad Mustafa: Aiding Islamic terrorists. (Missouri) 

Ahmad Saad Nasim: Reporting a false "anti-Muslim" hate crime. (Arizona)

Ahmed Abdel Sattar: Assisting an Islamic militant imprisoned in the United States with communicating with his followers in Egypt. (New York)

Ahmed Alnami: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (Pennsylvania)

Ahmed al-Ghamdi: 9/11 mass murderer, hijacker. (New York)

Ahmed al-Haznawi: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (Pennsylvania) 

Ahmed Ali Omar: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists and foreign terrorist organizations. Others. (Minnesota)

Ahmed Barodi: Smuggling bogus passports into Saudi Arabia for the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood. (Texas)

Ahmed Ferhani: Attempting to buy guns and grenades as part of a plot to attack the Empire State Building and a synagogue. (New York)

Ahmed Hassan Al-Uqaily: Pleaded guilty to illegal possession of weapons. Al-Uqaily had allegedly spoke of "going jihad" to a friend, and stated that he was 
going to "blow something up". Al-Uqaily agreed to waive any arguments in a matter or case against him to have him deported out of the United States 
following the completion of his prison sentence. (Tennessee) 

Ahmed Hussein Mahamud: Providing money and personnel to al-Shabaab, a Somali based terrorist organization. (Ohio/Minnesota)

Ahmed Ibrahim Bilal: Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to aid terrorists. (Oregon)

Ahmed Jaffal: Sentenced to eight years in prison for his participation in a conspiracy and arson that was made to look like an "anti-Muslim" hate crime. (Ohio)  

Ahmed Mohamed: Demonstrating the making and use of an explosive and destructive device, illegal transporting of explosive materials. (South Carolina) 

Ahmed Muhammed Dhakane: Pleaded guilty to two counts of making false statements when applying for asylum in 2008, including failure to report his 
connections to Al-Ittihad Al-Islami and al-Barakat, both of which are designated terrorist organizations. Court documents also state that Dhakane took 
part in a human smuggling ring that ran through Brazil and has smuggled an undetermined number of potential Somali terrorists into the U.S. (Texas)

Ahmed Omar Abu Ali: Terror-related charges, plotting to kill a U.S. President. (Virginia)

Ahmed Ressam: Plotting to bomb the Los Angeles Airport on the eve of the new millennium. (Washington State)

Akram Abdalla: Lying to federal agents about his Holy Land Foundation involvement during interviews in 2007. (Arizona)

Akram Mishal: Conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization, providing material support to a foreign terrorist organization. Others.
Mishal is a fugitive from justice. (Holy Land Foundation) (Texas)

Alaa Allia Ahmed Mohamed: Conspiracy to trafficking, and trafficking of counterfeit goods (Hezbollah-related case). (Pennsylvania)

Alansi Salah: Felonious assault at an amusement park after a brawl ensued over one of the park's safety rules prohibiting the wearing of headgear, including 
Muslim headscarves, on certain rides. (New York)

Ali A. Mohamed: Pleaded guilty to helping plan the surveillance for the 1998 bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya. (California, elsewhere)

Ali Abu Kamal: Shooting seven people on the Empire State Building's observation deck, killing one, because he wanted to "punish America for supporting Israel." 
(New York) (Deceased)

Ali al-Marri: Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to provide material support to terrorism. (Illinois)

Ali al-Timimi: Recruiting Islamic terrorists. (Virginia)

Ali Asad Chandia: Providing material support to terrorists. (Virginia) 

Ali Boumelhem: Conspiracy to send weapons and ammunition to terrorists. (Michigan) 

Ali Fayez Darwiche: Racketeering and involvement in a cigarette-smuggling operation that sent money to Hezbollah. (North Carolina) 

Ali Hussein Darwiche: Involvement in a cigarette-smuggling ring that sent profits to Hezbollah. (North Carolina) 

Ali Khalid Steitiye: Weapons and fraud charges. (Oregon)

Ali Mohamed Bagegni: Financing Islamic terrorism. (Missouri) 

Ali Najib Berjaoui: Participation in an illegal enterprise designed to finance Hezbollah. (Michigan)

Ali Reza Shahsavari: Arrested on a federal charge of interfering with a flight crew while on a Southwest Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Kansas City. 
Pilots on the flight made an emergency landing in Amarillo after Shahsavari became unruly and shouted "You're all going to die... You're all going to hell... 
Allahu Akbar." (Texas)

Ali Saad: Making an online threat to shoot up Wayne State University with a machine gun. (Michigan) 

Ali Warrayat: Aggravated assault and arson. Warrayat, a Muslim and former student at Arizona State, with a Qur'an and Palestinian flag in his trunk, 
rammed his car through the doors of a Home Depot store, proceeded to the section that stocks flammable liquids, and set it ablaze. Police statements 
noted that Warrayat had referred to his religion on several occasions, and that a Qur'an was hanging from the rearview mirror inside his vehicle. 
(Arizona)

Aman Hassan Yemer: One of five U.S. citizens who left America for Pakistan, where they were arrested while trying to join jihadists and fight against 
American troops. (Virginia)  

Amen Ahmed Ali: Transmitting secret defense information and conspiracy to ship stolen military equipment to the Republic of Yemen. (California)

Amera A. Akl: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. Others. (Ohio)

Amina Farah Ali: Raising funds for al-Shabaab, a terrorist group based in Somalia. (Minnesota) 

Amine El Khalifi: Knowingly and unlawfully attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction against property that is owned and used by the United States. 
El Khalifi, who was living in Alexandria, VA and was in the United States illegally, was planning to detonate explosives in an attack on the U.S. Capitol Building. 
(Virginia, Washington, D.C.)

Amir Abdelgani: Seditious conspiracy, bombing conspiracy, attempted bombing. (New York)

Amir Abdul Rashid, National Guardsman, convert to Islam, also known as Ryan Anderson: Convicted (court martial) of attempting to aide a terrorist group. 

Amjad Abunar: Arson, reporting a false "anti-Muslim" hate crime. (Texas) 

Anes Subasic: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. Others. (North Carolina) 

Aref Ahmed: Convicted of money laundering and trafficking in contraband cigarettes. Additionally, Ahmed reportedly gave $14,000 to five members of the  
"Lackawanna Six" terror cell. Some in the group have said they received money from Ahmed, which they used to travel to an al Qaida training camp in 
Afghanistan in the spring of 2001. (New York)

Aref Elfgeeh: Convicted for his participation in illegally funneling $21.9 million overseas from his uncle's Brooklyn ice cream shop, much of which was moved 
for an Islamic cleric named Sheik Mohammed Ali Hassan al-Moayad, who was convicted of conspiracy to support al Qaida and Hamas. (New York)   

Asadullah Alshishani, aka Emerson Begolly: Assaulting FBI agents and possessing a firearm during a crime of violence. According to reports, Alshishani also 
spent his free time posting jihadist songs and poetry online, including an original song on YouTube that pays tribute to Osama Bin Laden, and a song that 
praises the late Hamas founder Sheikh Ahmed Yassin. In July 2011, Alshishani was indicted for soliciting Islamic extremists to engage in acts of terrorism 
within the United States and for posting bomb-making instruction materials online. (Pennsylvania)

Asma Al-Homsi, aka Kimberly Suzanne Al-Homsi: Evading arrest, two counts of making a terroristic threat, possessing a prohibited weapon. Al-Homsi has,
in the past, contended that she has been harassed because of stereotypes about her religion. (Texas) 

Atef Hasan Ismail Idais: Convicted of failing to disclose his membership in Hamas on his visa application. (Pennsylvania) 

Awais Younis, aka Sundullah Ghilzai: Making threatening communications. According to court documents, Younis used Facebook to threaten to set off 
explosives, described how to build a pipe bomb and advocated placing bombs on the third and fifth cars of Metro trains because they "had the highest 
number of commuters on them and he could place pipe bombs in these locations and would not be noticed." The affidavit also stated that Younis said 
he could put a bomb under a sewer head in Georgetown at rush hour "to produce the greatest number of casualties." (Virginia)

Ayoub Hisham Ahmed: RICO conspiracy (Racketeer Influenced  and Corrupt Organizations) in a case involving funneling money obtained through bank fraud 
to Palestinian territories. (Missouri)

Babar Ahmad: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (Connecticut)

Bakhtiyor Jumaev: Providing material support and resources to a terrorist organization. (Pennsylvania)

Barry Bujol: Attempting to deliver material support to terrorists in the Arabian Peninsula. (Texas)

Basaaly Saeed Moalin: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists, conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization, conspiracy 
to kill in a foreign country. (California)

Basel Saleh Salem Kassem: Making a threat on a public conveyance, screaming that he had a bomb in his bag after getting into an argument with someone on 
an Amtrak train. (Virginia) 

Basman Elashi: Conspiracy, money laundering, dealing in property of a terrorist. (Texas)

Bassam Darwishahmad: Making false statements on immigration documents by not disclosing that he was recruited by the PLO to bomb an Israeli police station 
in Nablus, West Bank. (Tennessee)

Bassam Hisham Ahmed: RICO conspiracy in a case involving funneling money obtained through bank fraud to Palestinian territories. (Missouri)

Bassam Youseff Hammoud: Involvement in a cigarette-smuggling ring that sent profits to terrorists. (North Carolina)

Bassem Khafagi: Visa and bank fraud. Khafagi was a founding member and president of the Islamic Assembly of North America (IANA), an organization under investigation by the U.S. Justice Department for terrorism-related activities. He was also a Community Relations director for CAIR. (Michigan)

Bayan Elashi: Conspiracy, money laundering, dealing in property of a terrorist. (Texas)

Beshar Ali: Felonious assault at an amusement park after a brawl ensued over one of the park's safety rules prohibiting the wearing of headgear, including 
Muslim headscarves, on certain rides. (New York) 

Betim Kaziu: Conspiracy to commit murder in a foreign country, conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (New York)

Bryant "Ibrahim" Vinas: Providing information to terrorists about the New York transit system. Others. (New York)

Cabdulaahi Ahmed Faarax: Conspiracy to kill, kidnap, maim or injure persons outside the United States. (Minnesota)  

Carlos "Omar" Almonte: Conspiracy to commit an act of international terrorism through al-Shabaab, a violent extremist group based in Somalia and connected 
to al Qaida. (New Jersey)

Chaudhry Rashad: Murdering his daughter because she wanted out of an arranged marriage, dishonoring the family. (Georgia) 

Chawki Hammoud: Involvement in a cigarette-smuggling ring that sent profits to terrorists. (North Carolina)

Chilakamarri Ramesh, M.D.: Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit citizenship fraud by providing false diagnoses of mental retardation, post-traumatic 
stress disorder, and learning disabilities for 492 non-English speaking Muslim immigrants so they could become American citizens without having to take 
the English proficiency portion of the naturalization exam. (Michigan)    

Christopher Paul, aka Abdul Malik: Providing material support to terrorists, conspiracy to provide support to terrorists, conspiracy to use a weapon of 
mass destruction. (Ohio)

Clement Hampton-El: Seditious conspiracy, bombing conspiracy, attempted bombing. (New York)

Craig Benedict Baxam, former U.S. Army soldier & convert to Islam: Attempting to provide material support to al Shabaab, a Somalia based terrorist 
organization. (Maryland)

Dani Nemr Tarraf: Violating arms-control laws, conspiring to acquire anti-aircraft missiles. passport fraud. Tarraf also admitted to being a member of 
Hezbollah. (Pennsylvania)  

Daniel Aljughaifi, convert to Islam: Pleaded guilty to participating in an al Qaida training camp in East Africa to "prepare for jihad." (Texas)

Daniel Patrick "Saifullah" Boyd: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists, making false statements in a terrorism investigation. Others. 
(North Carolina) 

Daood Gilani, aka David Coleman Headley: Conspiracy to commit terrorist acts involving murder and maiming outside the US, conspiracy to provide 
material support for the attack. (Illinois)

David "Daoud" Williams: Conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction within the United States. Others. (New York)

Dawud Salahuddin, convert to Islam: Murder of a critic of Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini, saying the killing was "an act of war and a religious duty." 
Fled to Iran. (Maryland)

Derrick Shareef, aka Talib Abu Salam Ibn Shareef: Attempting to damage or destroy a building by fire or explosion, attempting to use a weapon of 
mass destruction against persons or property in the U.S. (Illinois)

Donald T. Surratt, convert to Islam: Conspiracy, terror support. (Virginia)

Dritan Duka: Conspiracy to kill uniformed military personnel. (New Jersey)

Dylan Boyd: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. Others. (North Carolina)

Earnest James Ujaama: Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply goods and services to terrorists. (Washington State)  

Ehsanul Sadequee: Conspiracy to provide, and providing material support to terrorists. (Georgia)

Elias Mohamad Akhdar: Participation in a cigarette smuggling ring designed to finance terrorists. (Michigan) 

Eljvir Duka: Conspiracy to kill uniformed military personnel. (New Jersey)

El-Sayyid Nosair: Seditious conspiracy, murder in aid of racketeering, attempted murder of a postal police officer. Others. (New York)

Emad Hatem Abdullah: One felony count of throwing a missile at a vehicle, four counts of manufacturing and possessing an explosive device. (Arkansas)

Emadeddin Muntasser: Lying to an FBI agent when he denied traveling to Afghanistan in 1994-1995 to meet with an Afghan warlord. (Massachusetts)

Eman Zaeri: Threatening to blow up a local bus with a grenade. (Nevada)

Emilio Gonzalez-Neira: Conspiracy to smuggle video game consoles to a shopping center in Paraguay that funds the terrorist group Hezbollah. (Florida)

Eyad Ismoil: 1993 World Trade Center bombing. (New York)

Fadi Mohamad-Musbah Hammoud: Participation in an illegal enterprise designed to finance terrorism. (Michigan) 

Fadil Abdelghani: Seditious conspiracy, bombing conspiracy, attempted bombing. (New York)

Fadl Mohammad Maatouk: Conspiracy to provide support to terrorists. (Florida)

Faisal Al-Salmi: Lying to the FBI when he denied knowing 9/11 hijacker Hani Hanjour, who flew American Airlines flight 77 into the Pentagon. (Al-Salmi and 
Hanjour were registered at the same time to use a flight simulator at a Phoenix flight school.) (Arizona)

Faisal Shahzad: Attempting to commit an act of terror, attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction, and traveling over an international border to 
commit an act of terrorism. (New York) 

Faleh Hassan Almaleki: Running down his 20-year old daughter in a parking lot for becoming "too westernized." She died from her injuries on 
November 2, 2009. (Arizona)

Faouzi Mohamad Ayoub: Attempting to use a phony U.S. passport to sneak into Israel to carry out a bombing for Hezbollah. (Michigan)

Farah Mohamed Beledi: Conspiracy to and providing material support to al-Shabaab and conspiring to kill, maim and injure persons abroad. (Minnesota)
(Deceased)

Fares Khallafalla: Seditious conspiracy, bombing conspiracy, attempted bombing. (New York) 

Farooque Ahmed: Attempting to provide material support to a designated terrorist organization, collecting information to assist in planning a terrorist attack 
on a transit facility, and attempting to provide material support to carry out multiple bombings to cause mass casualties. (Virginia) 

Fatima "Jihad Jane" LaRose: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists, conspiracy to kill in a foreign country. Others. (Pennsylvania) 

Fawzi Assi: Attempting to provide support to terrorists. (Michigan)

Fayez Banihammad: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (New York)

Faysal Galab: Contributing funds, goods and services to benefit Osama bin Laden and al Qaida. (New York)

Ghandi Hisham Ahmed: RICO conspiracy in a case involving funneling money obtained through bank fraud to Palestinian territories. (Missouri)

Ghassan Elashi, founding board member, CAIR (Texas): Conspiracy, money laundering, dealing in property of a terrorist. Conspiracy to provide, 
and the provision of, material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization, conspiracy to provide, and the provision of funds, goods and 
services to a specially designated terrorist, conspiracy to commit, and the commission of money laundering. Others. (Holy Land Foundation) (Texas)

Gregory Vernon Patterson, convert to Islam: Plotting terrorist attacks against synagogues, the Israeli Consulate and military facilities. (California)

Habis Abdullah Al-Saoub: Seditious conspiracy, supplying goods to terrorists. (Oregon) (Deceased)  

Haider Mohammed: While in a Palm Springs bar, began to yell that he was going to "kill all Jews." (California)

Haitham Maghawri: Conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization, providing material support to a foreign terrorist organization. 
Others. Maghawri is a fugitive from justice. (Holy Land Foundation) (Texas)

Hakki Aksoy: Visa and gun violations. Agents investigating his immigration status also found instructions for building a car bomb and arming explosives in 
his apartment. (Florida)

Hamaas Khaalis: Sentenced to 41 to 123 years in prison for his role in the seizure of three office buildings and the taking of 134 hostages, leaving two dead 
and thirteen wounded. One of the group's demands was for the premier of "Mohammad, Messenger of God," a movie about the life of the Prophet Muhammad 
to be canceled, calling the film sacrilegious. (Washington, D.C.) (Deceased)

Hamid Hayat: Providing material support to terrorists, lying to the FBI. (California)

Hamid Malekpour, Iranian national: Interstate possession & transportation of firearms & ammunition from McMinnville, OR to Washington state. (Oregon)

Hammad Abdur-Raheem: Providing material support to terrorists. (Virginia)

Hammad Riaz Samana: Plotting terrorist attacks against synagogues, the Israeli Consulate and military facilities. (California)

Hamza al-Ghamdi: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (New York)

Hamze El-Najjar: Conspiracy to trafficking, and trafficking of counterfeit goods (Hezbollah-related case). (Pennsylvania) 

Hani Hanjour: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (Washington, D.C.)

Hasan Akbar: Murder of fellow U.S. soldiers.

Hassan Abujihaad, fka Paul R. Hall, former U.S. Sailor: Supporting terrorism with intent to kill U.S. citizens. Others. (Connecticut)

Hassan Keshari: Conspiracy to provide Iran with military aircraft parts. (Florida)

Hassan Moussa Makki: Pleaded guilty to racketeering charges and to providing material support to terrorists. (North Carolina, Michigan)

Hatem Fariz: Pleaded guilty in federal court to providing services to associates of Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ). (Illinois)

Hawo Mohamed Hassan: Raising funds for al-Shabaab, a terrorist group based in Somalia. (Minnesota)

Hazim Elashi: Conspiracy, money laundering, dealing in property of a terrorist. (Texas)

Hesham Mohamed Hadayet: With a .45 caliber firearm, went on a shooting spree at the L.A. International Airport, killing two people, including a 20-year-old 
unarmed woman. He wounded four others, shooting an unarmed 61-year-old woman, pistol whipping an unarmed man, and stabbing a security guard.  
Hadayet's wife blamed the United States and its "hate for Islam" for the attack, saying that her spouse was a "victim of injustice." (California) (Deceased)

Hor I. Akl: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. Others. (Ohio)

Hosam Maher Husein Smadi: Attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction to blow up a skyscraper in downtown Dallas. (Texas)

Hossein Lahiji: Illegally funneling money to Iran. According to court documents, Lahiji transferred more than $1.8 million to the Child Foundation, a Portland 
charity, which in turn provided funds “for a large portion of the overhead and operational expenses" to its sister charity in Iran. Court officials also said that 
Lahiji funneled cash through Swiss bank accounts and disguised cash transfers as food commodities from the United Arab Emirates. (Oregon)

Hussein al-Attas: Former roommate of 9/11 plotter Zacarias Moussaoui. al-Attas pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about not knowing Moussaoui's real name,
his plans to go with Moussaoui to New York City in late August, 2001 and knowledge of Moussaoui's desire to participate in jihad. al-Attas also admitted that
he tried to prevent law enforcement authorities from learning about some of Moussaoui's classmates at an Oklahoma flight school. (Oklahoma)

Hussein Ali Nure: Weapons and explosives charges. (Missouri) 

Hussein Ali "Mike" Yassine: Funneling money through his nightclubs to Hezbollah. Others. (Texas)

Hussein Chahrour: Racketeering for his involvement in a cigarette smuggling ring designed to finance terrorists. (North Carolina)

Hysen Sherifi: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. Others. (North Carolina) 

Ibrahim A. Elgabrowny: Seditious conspiracy; assault of a federal agent and city police detective. (New York)

Ibrahim A. Omer: Conspiracy to ship body armor and chemical protective suits to Yemen. (California)

Ibrahim Abu Mezer: Plotting to bomb subways. (New York)

Ibrahim Ahmed, Nashville cab driver: Assault, attempted homicide, when after an argument with two non-Muslim passengers over religion, he attempted 
to run them over as they walked away from the taxi. He succeeded in critically injuring one. (Tennessee)

Ibrahim Ahmed al-Hamdi: "Virginia Jihad Network", weapons and explosives violations. Others. (Virginia)

Ibrahim Khalil Zarou: Falsely reporting planting a bomb. While on a Carnival cruise ship, Zarou began yelling "We are jihad," and "come to the top deck and 
watch the bomb", causing the ship to be held four miles off the coast of Florida for several hours while the Coast Guard, FBI and local sheriff's office officials 
ran a sweep of the entire boat. (Virginia)  

Ihab Mohammed Ali: Lying to a grand jury about his role in al Qaida and the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. (Florida, Oklahoma) 

Ihsan Elashi: Illegal sales of computer equipment to known Islamic terror sponsoring states. (Texas) 

Ilyas Ali: Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (Minnesota, California) 

Imad Majed Hamadeh: Operating a criminal enterprise to traffic in contraband cigarettes, producing counterfeit cigarette tax stamps; transporting stolen 
property; and money laundering. Some of the profits derived from the illegal enterprise were given to terrorists. (Michigan)

Imad Mohamad-Musbah Hammoud: Participation in an illegal enterprise designed to finance terrorism. (Michigan) 

Imam Abdul Malik Ka'bah, aka Jeff Fort, convert to Islam: Sentenced to 80 years in prison after being convicted of conspiracy to transport explosives and 
commit acts of terrorism in the United States on behalf or at the direction of the Government of Libya. (Illinois) 

Imam Abu Taubah: Possession of a firearm by a previously convicted felon. Additionally, a Notice of Intent to use FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance 
Act Information) powers was attached to this case. As defined by the United States Department of Homeland Security): One of two categories of potential 
targets for surveillance under FISA is an agent of a foreign power who is anyone, including a U.S. person, who: 

1) Knowingly engages in clandestine intelligence gathering activities for a foreign power which activities constitute a violation of U.S. criminal statutes. 

2) Knowingly engages in sabotage or international terrorism, or activities in reparation therefore, on behalf of a foreign power. (Florida) 

Imam Ahmad Wais Afzali: Knowingly and willfully making false statements to the FBI in a matter involving international and domestic terrorism. 
(New York)

Imam Fawaz Damra: Obtaining U.S. citizenship by providing false information, concealing his ties to designated Islamic terror organizations. (Ohio) 

Imam Hafiz Muhammed Sher Ali Khan: Conspiracy to provide, and providing material support to a plan to murder, maim and kidnap persons overseas, 
and conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization (Pakistani Taliban). (Florida) 

Imam Izhar Khan: Conspiracy to provide, and providing material support to a plan to murder, maim and kidnap persons overseas, and conspiracy to 
provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization (Pakistani Taliban). (Florida) 

Imam Jamil Al-Amin: Murder, felony murder, aggravated assault on a police officer, obstructing a law enforcement officer, impersonating an officer, and 
possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. (Georgia)

Imam Luqman Ameen Abdullah: Illegal possession of firearms and body armor. Abdullah, who preached "offensive jihad", was a leader of a national 
fundamentalist Sunni group whose mission is to create an Islamic state governed by Shari'ah law inside the United States. (Michigan) (Deceased)

Imam Mohamed Mohamed Mohamud: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists, conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist 
organization, conspiracy to kill in a foreign country. (California) 

Imam Yassin Aref: Money-laundering and conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (New York)

Imam Zul-Qarnain Shahid, Muslim chaplain for the city Department of Corrections (and convicted murderer): Smuggling box cutters into a Manhattan jail. 
(New York) 

Imdad Ranjha: Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to operate an unlicensed money remitting business (Hamza, Inc.), which was operated by his brother, Saifullah 
Ranjha, and from where money believed to be going to al Qaida was transmitted. (Maryland, Washington, D.C.) 

Imran Mandhai: Conspiracy to damage and destroy property with fire and explosives, including Mt. Rushmore. (Florida)

Irfan Khan: Conspiracy to provide, and providing material support to a plan to murder, maim and kidnap persons overseas, and conspiracy to provide 
material support to a foreign terrorist organization (Pakistani Taliban). (Florida)

Ismail Alqawasmi: Making terroristic threats. (Illinois)

Ismail Peltek: Murdering his wife by repeatedly stabbing her and beating her with a hammer. Peltek's daughters were also struck with a hammer and each 
ended up with a skull fracture. Peltek claimed that he attacked his wife and daughters after learning that his brother had molested his wife and his 22-year-old 
daughter, that he attacked his 4-year-old daughter because she had been "sullied" by a gynecological exam, and that he was concerned that his family's honor 
had been taken. (New York)

Ismail Yassin Mohamed: While driving a stolen car, he began intentionally ramming a taxi cab for several blocks, causing it to crash. The passenger inside 
the cab was critically injured. Mohamed drove off and crashed the car into a business. He then got out and stole a school van. The driver of the van 
managed to get an 8-year-old boy out of the vehicle before Mohamed drove off with it. Mohamed crashed the van into another group of cars. Authorities 
said he was trying steal another car when witnesses pinned him down and waited for police. When asked why he did this, Mohamed replied… "Allah made 
me do it." (Minnesota)

Issa Doreh: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists, conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization, conspiracy to kill in 
a foreign country. (California) 

Iyman Faris: Providing material support to terrorists. (Virginia) 

Jaber Elbaneh: Providing material support to terrorists. (New York)

Jamal Bana: A Minneapolis resident of Somali descent, Bana left the United States for Somalia after joining Al-Shabaab, a terrorist group with ties to al Qaida.
(Minnesota) (Deceased) 

Jameela Barnette: Federal charges of threatening two New York lawmakers. Barnette had sent a pig's foot to Congressman Peter King in response to hearings 
he held on the purported radicalization of American Muslims (Georgia) (Deceased)

James A. Larry, a Madison, WI resident who converted to Islam while in prison, shot and killed four members of his family while in Chicago, saying that "Allah" 
had told him to, and telling the arresting officers that it was "too bad" he ran out of bullets. Among his victims were his pregnant wife, two nieces, and a 
7-month old boy. (Illinois)

James "Abdul Rahman" Cromitie: Conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction within the United States and conspiracy to acquire and use anti-aircraft missiles. 
(New York)

James Elshafay: Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to damage or destroy a subway station by means of an explosive. (New York)

Jamie Paulin Ramirez ("Jihad Jamie"): Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (Pennsylvania) 

Jamil Salem Sarsour: Sarsour structured a $25,000 money transfer on October 22, 1998. He then traveled to Israel, and was arrested upon his arrival. 
Sarsour pleaded guilty to providing support to Hamas, and served prison time before being deported back to the United States. (Wisconsin)

Jamshid Muhtorov: Providing and attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization. (Colorado)

Javed Iqbal: Providing material support to Hezbollah, and distributing broadcasts of Al Manar, Hezbollah's TV station. (New York)

Jeffrey Leon Battle: Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to levy war against the United States. (Oregon)

Jehad Mostafa: Providing funding and recruits to al-Shabaab, a Somalian terrorist group with ties to al Qaida. (California)

Jihad Hammoud: Participation in an illegal enterprise designed to finance terrorism. (Michigan)

John Muhammad: Murdering Americans by sniper fire. (Virginia, Maryland, District of Columbia) (Deceased)

John Walker Lindh, convert to Islam: Providing support to terrorists.

Jose Padilla, aka Abdullah al-Muhajir: Terrorism conspiracy. (Florida)

Joseph Jeffrey Brice, convert to Islam: Manufacturing a powerful improvised explosive device (IED). According to federal sources, Brice also created a jihadi 
website and used it to post bomb-making tips and videos. Warrants allege Brice set up a YouTube channel under the pseudonym "StrengthofAllah" and posted 
videos of explosions and jihad-related content. Some of the videos, according to the FBI, were embedded with the Islamic logo of al Qaida of Iraq. 
(Washington State)

Jubair Ahmad: Providing material support to terrorists, making false statements to investigators. (Virginia) 

Jude Kenan Mohammad: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. Others. (North Carolina) 

Kamal Hassan: Pleaded guilty to terrorism-related charges of fighting for Islamist militants in Somalia. (Minnesota) 

Kareem Meawad: Obstruction of governmental administration, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct at an amusement park after a brawl ensued over 
one of the park's safety rules prohibiting the wearing of headgear, including Muslim headscarves, on certain rides. (New York) 

Karim Hassan Abbas: Participation in an illegal enterprise designed to finance terrorism. (Michigan)

Karim Moussaoui: Possession or receiving of a firearm by a person admitted to the United States under a non-immigrant visa. (Florida) 

Kevin James, convert to Islam: Plotting terrorist attacks against synagogues, the Israeli Consulate and military facilities. (California)

Khaled T. Safadi: Conspiracy to smuggle video game consoles to a shopping center in Paraguay that funds the terrorist group Hezbollah. (Florida)

Khaleel Ahmed: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (Ohio) 

Khalid Abshir: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists and foreign terrorist organizations. Others. (Minnesota)

Khalid Abu-al-Dahab: Recruiting Muslims with American citizenship into al Qaida. (California)

Khalid Aldawsari, a Saudi in the United States on a student visa: Plotting to build and detonate bombs inside the United States. According to reports, 
Aldawsari had successfully purchased nitric acid and sulfuric acid, other materials to build a bomb, obtained directions on how to turn a cell phone 
into a remote detonator, and had drawn up lists of potential targets, which included 12 reservoirs and dams in California and Colorado, nuclear 
power plants, New York City and a Dallas night club. (Texas)

Khalid Almihdhar: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (Washington, D.C.)

Khalid Ouazzani: Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to provide financial support to a terrorist organization. (Missouri)

Khalil Aref Abdelkhalek: Funneling money to Hezbollah. (Tennessee)

Khwaja Mahmood Hasan: Conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States. Others. (Virginia Jihad Network) (Virginia) 

Kifah Jayoussi: Conspiracy to provide material support and resources for terrorist activity. Others. (Florida)

Kobie Diallo Williams, aka Abdul Kabir: Conspiracy to provide support to terrorists. (Texas)

Lafi Khalil: Plotting to bomb subways. (New York)

Laguerre "Amin" Payen: Conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction within the United States and conspiracy to acquire and use anti-aircraft missiles. 
(New York)

Latif Kamel Hazime, aka Adanan: Transporting stolen goods (Hezbollah-related case) (Pennsylvania)

Levar Washington, convert to Islam: Plotting terrorist attacks against synagogues, the Israeli Consulate and military facilities. (California)

Luis Ibarra-Hernandez (Islamic name not released by media): Attempted murder. Ibarra-Hernandez shot at police after shooting out the windows of at least 
two businesses in Alabama City. It is believed that he shot out the windows in an attempt to lure police officers to the area and engage them in a shootout. 
After his arrest, Ibarra-Hernandez said that he wanted to draw attention to Islam. (Alabama) 

Mahamud Said Omar: Conspiracy to provide financial assistance as well as personnel to terrorists and foreign terrorist organizations. (Minnesota)

Maher Hawash: Conspiracy to provide services to terrorists. (Oregon)

Mahmet M. Kadayifci: Falsely reporting an incident, using a laptop to place three bomb threats. (New York) 

Mahmoud Abouhalima: 1993 World Trade Center bombing. (New York)

Mahmud Faruq Brent: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (Maryland)

Majed Moqed: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (Washington, D.C.)

Majid Khan: Plotting to blow up American gas stations and poison U.S. reservoirs. Providing support to al Qaida. (Maryland)

Majid Mohamad Hammoud: Participation in an illegal enterprise designed to finance terrorism. (Michigan)

Mansor Mohammad Asad: Making threats against a public servant, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after being removed from a Detroit-bound flight 
for yelling "I'm Palestinian and I want to kill all the Jews." Police were forced to Taser Asad in order to subdue him after he charged at them while in 
custody. Asad also reportedly aimed racial slurs at the African American police officer on the scene. (Florida)

Manssor Arbabsiar: A naturalized U.S. citizen from Iran: Conspiracy to assassinate Adel Al-Jubeir, Saudi Arabian ambassador to the United States and
conspiracy to bomb the Saudi and Israeli embassies in Washington, D.C. Also involved is Gholam Shakuri, an Iran-based member of Iran's Quds Force. 
(New York)

Maodo Kane: Conspiracy to trafficking, and trafficking of counterfeit goods (Hezbollah-related case). (Pennsylvania)

Maron Thomas, convert to Islam: Capital murder. Thomas shot and killed his mother, step-father, brother, sister, and two-year old niece. Afterward, he 
beheaded his niece with a machete. (Texas) 

Marwan al-Shehhi: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (New York) 

Marwan El-Hindi: Conspiracy to kill or injure U.S. Soldiers in Iraq. (Ohio)

Masoud Ahmad Kahn: Conspiracy to levy war against the United States, providing support to terrorists. (Virginia)

Mazen Badwan: RICO conspiracy in a case involving funneling money obtained through bank fraud to Palestinian territories. (Missouri)

Mazhar Tabesh: Arson, reporting a false "anti-Muslim" hate crime. (Utah)

Mehdi Hachem Moussaoui: Involvement in a cigarette-smuggling ring that sent profits to a terrorist organization. (North Carolina) 

Mehdi M. Matin: Murdering his brother for making an insulting remark about Mehdi's wife-to-be two decades ago, then recently repeating the same remark.  
(Washington State)

Mehrdad Yasrebi, founder and former CEO of the Child Foundation, a Portland based charity: Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud the Office of Foreign 
Assets Control. Yasrebi and others took part in illegally funneling money through the charity to a bank controlled by the Iranian government. (Oregon)

Michael Jihad (aka Michael D. McCright), convert to Islam: Attempting to run a U.S. government vehicle driven by USMC Staff Sgt. Ryan Picklesimer and 
USMC Gunnery Sgt. Thomas Lopez off the road. In a court filing, prosecutors said that Jihad's cell phone was used on at least three occasions to contact 
Abu Khalid Abdul-Latif, one of two men charged with plotting to attack a U.S. military recruiting station in Seattle with grenades and machine guns. 
(Washington State)

Michael Julius Ford, convert to Islam: Opened fire at a warehouse in Denver, killing one and injuring four others because he was "teased for being a Muslim 
and couldn’t take it anymore." (Colorado) 

Michael "Mohammad" Wagner, convert to Islam: Being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition and being a convicted felon in possession
of body armor. Found inside his vehicle were flight training manuals and a simulator, documents in Arabic, bulletproof vests and night-vision goggles, a 
night-vision scope for a rifle, a telescope, a 9mm semiautomatic pistol and hundreds of rounds of ammunition. (Iowa)

Mir Aimal Kasi: Murdering two CIA agents, and wounding three others with an assault rifle near CIA headquarters. (Virginia) (Deceased)

Mirza Akram: Arson, reporting a false "anti-Muslim" hate crime. (Washington State)

Mohadar Mohamed Abdoulah, a Yemeni student who federal officials say provided assistance to three of the hijackers in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, was 
charged with two counts of lying on an application for political asylum. He pleaded guilty to making a false statement regarding his method of entry into the 
United States and was sentenced to prison. (California)

Mohamad Atef Darwiche: Involvement in a cigarette-smuggling ring that sent profits to Hezbollah. (North Carolina) 

Mohamad Fouad Abdallah: Sending anti-Semitic e-mails threatening rape and death to blogger Debbie Schlussel. (Michigan)

Mohamad Hammoud: Providing material support to Hezbollah. (North Carolina) 

Mohamad Ibrahim Shnewer: Conspiracy to kill uniformed military personnel. (New Jersey)

Mohamad Mustapha Ali Masfaka: Making false statements to FBI investigators and immigration officials, and perjury. On a naturalization application, 
Masfaka concealed the fact that he had been employed with the Holy Land Foundation, whose officials were convicted in 2008 of funding the 
terrorist group, Hamas. (Michigan)

Mohamed Abdullahi Hassan: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. Others. (Minnesota) 

Mohamed Al Huraibi: Money laundering by illegally transferring more than $100K to Hezbollah controlled accounts. (New York) 

Mohamed Al-Rahimi: Conspiracy to receive stolen government property, which was then shipped to Yemen. (California) 

Mohamed Atta: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (New York)

Mohamed Hamoud Alessa: Conspiracy to commit an act of international terrorism through al-Shabaab, a violent extremist group based in Somalia and 
connected to al Qaida. (New Jersey)

Mohamed Ibrahim: Commission of a terrorist act, false reporting, unlawful possession of a weapon. (Tennessee)

Mohamed Judeh: Weapons and explosives charges. (Missouri) 

Mohamed Mahdey S. Al Shria: Saudi Arabian in America on a student visa: Making a bomb threat at Dominican University's Priory Campus. (Illinois)  

Mohamed Osman Mohamud: Attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction. Mohamud was arrested after he tried to blow up a van he believed 
was loaded with explosives at a crowded Christmas tree lighting ceremony. Yelling "Allahu Akbar!", Mohamud tried to kick at agents and police as 
he was being taken into custody. (Oregon) 

Mohamed Shorbagi: Pleaded guilty to providing material support to Hamas with donations through the Holy Land Foundation. (Georgia) 

Mohamed Yousry: Providing material aid to terrorism and conspiring to deceive the government. (New York) 

Mohammad Amawi: Conspiring to kill or injure U.S. Soldiers in Iraq. (Ohio)

Mohammad El-Mezain: Conspiracy to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization. (Holy Land Foundation) (Texas)

Mohammad Hassan Khalid, a Pakistani citizen residing in Maryland: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (Pennsylvania)

Mohammad Mamdouh: Attempting to buy guns and grenades as part of a plot to attack the Empire State Building and a synagogue. (New York)

Mohammad Omar Aly Hassan: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. Others. (North Carolina) 

Mohammad Shabib: Charged with hiding his role in a drug ring which profits were funneled to terrorists. (Ohio)

Mohammad Younis: Pleaded guilty to running an illegal money-transfer business that provided $7,000 to Faisal Shahzad, the devout Islamic jihadist 
who tried to set off a bomb in the middle of Times Square. (New York) 

Mohammed A. Salameh: 1993 World Trade Center bombing. (New York)

Mohammed Abdullah Warsame: Conspiring to provide material support and resources to al Qaida. (Minnesota)

Mohammed Al Hassan al-Moayad: Attempting to fund terrorist organizations. (New York)

Mohammed Ali Alayed: After experiencing a religious awakening, he slashed his Jewish friend's throat. (Texas)

Mohammed Ali "Steve" Yassine: Funneling money to Hezbollah. Others. (Texas)

Mohammed Alkaramla: Convicted of mailing a bomb threat to a Jewish school. (Illinois)

Mohammed Badwan: RICO conspiracy in a case involving funneling money obtained through bank fraud to Palestinian territories. (Missouri)

Mohammed Fawzi Zeidan: Operating a criminal enterprise to traffic in contraband cigarettes, producing counterfeit cigarette tax stamps; transporting 
stolen property; and money laundering. Some of the profits made from the illegal enterprise were given to Hezbollah. (Michigan)

Mohammed Hossain, founder of the Masjid As-Salam mosque: Money-laundering and conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (New York)

Mohammed Junair Babar: Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to provide material support to al Qaida. (New York)

Mohammed Mohsen Yahya Zayed: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorist organizations. (New York)

Mohammed Reza Taheri-azar: 9 counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to cause bodily injury after plowing a sport utility vehicle into a 
crowd of pedestrians, saying he wanted to "spread the will of Allah." (North Carolina) 

Mohammed Saleh: Seditious conspiracy, bombing conspiracy, attempted bombing. (New York)

Mohammed Salman Farooq Qureshi: Pleaded guilty to making false statements to federal agents regarding his knowledge of and involvement with 
terrorist activities. (Louisiana)

Mohammed Wali Zazi: Conspiracy to obstruct justice in an investigation involving international and domestic terrorism. (New York, Colorado, elsewhere)

Mohanad Shareef Hammadi: Attempting to send material support to a known terrorist organization. Others. (Kentucky)

Mohand al-Shehri: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (New York)

Mousa Abuelawi: Weapons and explosives charges. (Missouri) 

Moussa Ali Hamdan: Conspiracy to provide material support to Hezbollah in the form of proceeds from the sale of fraudulent passports, counterfeit money 
and stolen (actual) money. (Pennsylvania)

Moustafa Habib Kassem: Conspiracy to trafficking, and trafficking of counterfeit goods (Hezbollah-related case). (Pennsylvania)

Mubarak Hamed: Financing Islamic terrorism. (Missouri) 

Mufid Abdulqader: Conspiracy to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization, conspiracy to provide goods, funds, and services to 
a specially designated terrorist, and conspiracy to commit money laundering. (Holy Land Foundation) (Texas) 

Muhamad Shareef Hammadi: Attempting to provide material support to al Qaida in Iraq. Conspiracy to transfer Stinger missiles. (Kentucky)

Muhamed Mubayyid: Filing false tax returns on behalf of Care International, an Islamic charity, where he worked in the capacity of Treasurer. According 
to reports, Care International (now defunct) was publicly identified as an al Qaida supporter in 2002. (Massachusetts) 

Muhammad Abu Tahir, a resident of Glen Allen, Virginia: Interference with a flight crew including assaulting a flight crew member while aboard an AirTran 
Airways flight from Atlanta to San Francisco. The pilot was forced to make an emergency landing in Colorado Springs. (Colorado) 

Muhammad Al-Gurashi: Illegal possession of a firearm. Al-Gurashi had driven convicted terrorist-supporter Faisal Al-Salmi to President George W. Bush's 
Crawford, Texas ranch in a March 2001 reconnaissance mission aimed at gathering information for a possible future attack there. (Arizona)

Muhammad Ibrahim Bilal: Conspiring to help al Qaida and the Taliban. (Oregon)

Muhammad Salah: Obstruction of justice for lying under oath on a written questionnaire involving the shooting death in Israel of an American teenager, 
David Boim, who was killed by Hamas in 1996 while standing at a bus stop. (Illinois)

Muhammad Yusuf, aka Jose Pimentel, convert to Islam: Conspiracy, first-degree criminal possession of a weapon as a crime of terrorism and soliciting 
support for a terrorist act. (New York)

Muhammed Aatique: Commencing a military expedition against a friendly nation, and using and discharging a firearm in relation to a crime of violence. 
(Virginia) 

Muhammed Abid Afridi: Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply terrorists with four Stinger missiles through the sale of 5 metric tons of hashish and 600 kg 
of heroin. (California)

Muhammed Hussain, aka Antonio Martinez, convert to Islam: Attempted murder of federal officers/employees and attempted use of a weapon of mass 
destruction against a property owned, leased or used by the United States (military recruiting center). (Maryland)  

Mukhtar al-Bakri: Providing material support to terrorists. (New York) 

Munir Muthana: Five counts of second-degree assault after intentionally striking pedestrians with his car, injuring six. In his statement to police, Muthana
was quoted as saying "Ben Franklin was stupid.  He should have made it so you (-----) can't swerve the law. The Muslims will fix this country."
(New York) 

Mustafa Ali Salat: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists and foreign terrorist organizations. Others. (Minnesota)

Muthanna Al-Hanooti: Conspiracy to act as an unregistered agent of a foreign country, illegally purchasing Iraqi oil and lying to authorities after arranging 
a visit to Baghdad for three Democratic U.S. congressmen financed by Saddam Hussein's intelligence agency in the run-up to the Iraq war. (Michigan) 

Muzzammil Hassan: Beheading his wife. (New York) 

Nabil Al-Marabh: Engaged in weapons training in Afghanistan. Al-Marabh worked for the Muslim World League in the early 1990s, then an important 
source of al Qaida's funds. He also worked at the same Boston cab company as three individuals who were part of an al Qaida cell, and was connected 
to two of the 9/11 hijackers. Al-Marabh pleaded guilty to conspiracy to smuggle an alien into the United States and was ordered deported to Syria.  
When concerns pertaining to his deportation were expressed by lawmakers, the Justice Department stated that despite concerns about Al-Marabh's 
possible ties to terrorism, "deportation was determined to be the best option available under the law to protect our national security." (Massachusetts)

Nabil Sadoun, former Council on American Islamic Relations board member: Deported after lying on government forms about his involvement with Hamas 
and the Muslim Brotherhood. The judge in the case also indicated that there was evidence that Sadoun contributed to the Holy Land Foundation. (Texas)  

Nada Nadim Prouty: Naturalization fraud, conspiracy, unauthorized computer access at her FBI and CIA jobs. (Michigan)

Nadeem Akhtar: Conspiracy to illegally export nuclear-related materials from the United States to his home country of Pakistan. (Maryland)

Nadire Zelenaj: A 911 operator: 232 counts of computer trespassing, for unauthorized access of law enforcement sensitive databases containing information 
about terrorist suspects and related investigations. (New York)

Nael Abdeljabbar: RICO conspiracy in a case involving funneling money obtained through bank fraud to Palestinian territories. (Missouri)

Naji Antoine Abi Khalil: Attempting to provide material support and military equipment to terrorists. (New York)

Najibullah Zazi: Conspiracy to use explosives against persons or property in the United States, and knowingly and willfully making false statements to the 
FBI in a matter involving international and domestic terrorism. (Colorado, New York) 

Najmeh Vahid: Illegally funneling money to Iran. According to court documents, Vahid took part in transferring more than $1.8 million to the Child Foundation, 
a Portland charity that provided funds “for a large portion of the overhead and operational expenses" to its sister charity in Iran. Court officials also stated
that Vahid participated in funneling cash through Swiss bank accounts and disguised cash transfers as food commodities from the United Arab Emirates. 
(Oregon)

Naser Abdo, (AWOL) U.S. Army Private: Plotting to attack Ft. Hood. At the time of his arrest, Abdo was found with weapons, explosives and 
jihadist materials. (Texas) 

Naveed Afzal Haq: Aggravated first-degree murder, 5 counts of first-degree attempted murder, kidnapping, burglary and malicious harassment, the felony 
charge for a hate crime. Haq, stating that he was a "Muslim American, angry at Israel," barged into the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle, shooting 
six unarmed women, killing one. (Washington State)

Naveed Khan: Arson, conspiracy to commit arson, reported as an "anti-Muslim" hate crime. (Washington State)

Nawaf Alhazmi: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (Washington, D.C.)

Nemr Ali Rahal: Smuggling funds to terrorists. (Michigan)

Nevine Aly Elshiekh: Use of interstate commerce facilities in the commission of murder-for-hire for participating in a plot to hire a hit man to behead 
three witnesses from convicted terrorist Hysen Sherifi's case. (North Carolina)

Nidal Ayyad: 1993 World Trade Center bombing. (New York)

Nidal Malik Hasan: Opened fire on fellow soldiers at Fort Hood, killing 13 and wounding dozens more. (Texas) 

Nima Ali Yusuf: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists; conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. (California)

Norman Leboon, Muslim convert: Threatening the life of Virginia Congressman U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor and his family. (Pennsylvania) 

Noureddine Malki: A naturalized U.S. citizen, Malki was sentenced to 10 years in prison and stripped of his citizenship after pleading guilty to using a 
false identity to obtain a position as an Arabic translator with the U.S. Army, and for illegally procuring classified national defense documents. Malki 
also admitted to taking bribes from sheiks in the Sunni Triangle. (New York)

Numan Maflahi: Sentenced to five years in prison after being convicted of lying to federal agents during an investigation of terrorism financing efforts in
Brooklyn. (New York)

Nuradin Abdi: Plotting to bomb a Columbus area shopping mall. (Ohio)

October Martinique Lewis: Money laundering in connection with supplying goods to terrorists. (Oregon)

Omar Shafik Hammami: Providing material support to al-Shabaab, a Somali based terrorist organization. (Alabama)

Omeed Aziz Popal: Murder, 18 counts of attempted murder after a hit and run binge through San Francisco and Fremont, after which he identified himself 
to authorities as a "terrorist." (California)

Omer Abdi Mohamed: Conspiracy to provide support to terrorists. Others. (Minnesota)

Onta "Hamza" Williams: Conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction within the United States and conspiracy to acquire and use anti-aircraft missiles. 
(New York)

Ottis Ryan: Carrying a concealed weapon and armed trespass after entering Little Pioneers Daycare Center, yelling "don't listen to God. He is not real. 
Listen to Allah." An employee blocked the door of the infant room after Ryan yelled "don't feed those crying babies. Let them die. It is time." (Florida)

Oussama Abdullah Kassir: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists; providing material support to terrorists; conspiracy to provide material 
support to al Qaida; providing material support to al Qaida; conspiracy to kill or maim persons overseas. Others. (Oregon, New York)

Oussama Ziade: Attempting to engage in transactions involving, and dealing in the property of a designated global terrorist, and making false statements 
to law enforcement. (Massachusetts) 

Oytun Ayse Mihalik: Providing material support to terrorists. (California) 

Patrice Lamumba Ford: Conspiracy to levy war against the United States. (Oregon)

Patrick Gott: Attempted first-degree murder. Gott, who identified himself as a practicing Muslim, injured two people after opening fire with a shotgun inside 
a New Orleans airport, saying he was "angry that people had ridiculed his turban". He was reportedly carrying a Qur'an and invoked the name of Allah at 
the time of the shooting. (Louisiana)  

Patrick Nayyar: Conspiracy to provide and providing material support to a foreign terrorist organization, conspiracy to make and making a contribution of 
funds, goods, or services to and for the benefit of Hezbollah. (New York)

Paul "Bilal" Rockwood, convert to Islam: Pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about a hit list of possible targets who he suspected of being enemies of Islam.
(Alaska) 

Pirouz Sedaghaty, aka Pete Seda, authorized representative of the al Haramain Islamic Foundation: Conspiracy to defraud the United States government by 
hiding $150,000 sent out of the country with the intent of benefiting Muslim fighters in Chechnya. (Oregon)

Proscovia Kampire Nzabanita: Pleaded guilty to making a false statement when questioned by a federal investigator about the activities of her husband, 
Zachary Chesser, who had pleaded guilty to providing material support to terrorists. (Virginia) 

Rabih Haddad, former CAIR fundraiser: In 2002, the U.S. Treasury designated the Global Relief Foundation, which Haddad had co-founded, as a 
terrorist-financing organization. Haddad was deported. (Michigan)

Raed Abduhl-Rahman Alsaif: Attempting to board a plane with a 7-inch knife. (Florida)

Raed Hijazi, born in California, convicted in Jordan for his part in the failed "Millennium" bombing plot that targeted American and Israeli tourists in that 
country. Hijazi was also part of an al Qaida cell in Boston. (Massachusetts)

Rafil Dhafir: Convicted of participating in a conspiracy to unlawfully send money to Iraq, money laundering. (New York)

Rafiq Sabir: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (Florida)

Rageh Al-Murisi: Arrested and denied bail after twice attempting to breach the cockpit on a flight from Chicago to San Francisco, yelling "Allahu akbar" 
in the process. (California)

Rahim Alfetlawi: First-degree murder after shooting his 20-year-old step-daughter in the head for leaving home and for not following Islam. (Michigan) 

Rahmat Abdhir, (aka) Sean Kasem: Providing material support to terrorists. (California)

Raja Lahrasib Khan: Providing material support to al Qaida by attempting to send the terrorist group funds overseas. (Illinois) 

Ramadan Abdullah Shallah, former University of South Florida professor: Conspiracy to conduct the affairs of a designated terrorist organization. (Florida)

Ramy Zamzam: One of five U.S. citizens who left America for Pakistan, where they were arrested while trying to join jihadists and fight against American 
troops. (Virginia)

Ramzi Youssef: 1993 World Trade Center bombing. (New York)

Randall "Ismail" Royer, former CAIR communications specialist: Weapons and terror related charges. (Virginia)

Rashid Baz: Second-degree murder, 14 counts of attempted murder. (Brooklyn Bridge shooting) (New York) 

Rasmi Al-Shannaq: A roommate of two of the 9/11 hijackers, Al-Shannaq was indicted and pleaded guilty to visa fraud. (Maryland) 

Rezwan Ferdaus: Plotting to destroy the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol with large remote-controlled aircraft filled with explosives. (Massachusetts)

Robert Mustaq John: Convicted of sending a death threat by e-mail to blogger Debbie Schlussel, which consisted of pictures of American journalist 
Daniel Pearl being beheaded.  Also included in the subject line was the following: "JEWgirl, you might be next", and in red capital letters the words 
"KILL ALL KIKES."  (New York)  

Roger Stockham, convert to Islam: Possessing explosives and threatening terrorism. (Michigan)  

Russell "Mohammed" Defreitas: Conspiracy to attack a public transportation system, destroy buildings, attack aircraft and aircraft materials, destroy 
international airport facilities, and attack a mass transportation facility. (New York)

Sabirhan Hasanoff: Conspiracy to provide support to al Qaida. (New York)

Sabri Benkahla: Perjury, obstruction of justice, making false statements in connection with the "Virginia Jihad" network. (Virginia)

Saeed Alghamdi: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (Pennsylvania)

Safia Jilani: Filing a false police report ("anti-Muslim" hate crime). Jilani claimed that a masked, male attacker struck her in the head with a handgun 
after she entered a restroom at the Schaible Science Center. It was later determined that no such event ever took place. (Illinois) 

Sahim Alwan: Providing material support to terrorists. (New York)

Said Biyad: Assault, rape, four counts of murder, stating that he did it because his wife had been "disrespectful." (Kentucky)

Said Jarabaa: RICO conspiracy in a case involving funneling money obtained through bank fraud to Palestinian territories. (Missouri)

Said Mohamad Harb: Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to provide material support to a known terrorist organization. (North Carolina) 

Saifullah Ranjha: Pleaded guilty to money laundering conspiracy, concealing terrorist financing. (Washington, D.C. and Maryland) 

Salah Osman Ahmed: Providing material support to terrorists. (Minnesota) 

Saleh Ali S. Alramakh: Interference with flight crew members and attendants on a flight from Chicago to Frankfurt, Germany. Alramakh had refused to 
remain seated and repeatedly went into the restroom to use an electronic device. He refused to comply with the flight attendants' requests to return to 
his seat and became confrontational with the flight crew. Alramakh had to be restrained by the flight crew and at least one passenger after shoving a 
flight attendant, and the flight was diverted to Cleveland. (Ohio) 

Saleh Elahwal: Providing material support to Hezbollah, and distributing broadcasts of Al Manar, Hezbollah's TV station. (New York)

Saleh Mohamed Taher Saeed: Money laundering funds by illegally transferring more than $100K to overseas accounts in the Middle East that would be 
controlled by Hezbollah. (New York)  

Saleh Nawash: Conspiracy, attempted aggravated arson, attempted insurance fraud, made to look like an "anti-Muslim" hate crime. (Ohio)

Salem Alhazmi: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (Washington, D.C.)

Sami Al-Arian: Conspiracy to provide services to a designated terrorist organization. (Florida)

Sami Latchin: Sentenced to four years in prison for his role as an Iraqi "sleeper" secretly placed in Chicago for Saddam Hussein's spy service. (Illinois)

Sami Osmakac: Attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction at crowded locations in the Tampa area, including nightclubs. (Florida)

Sami Samir Hassoun: Attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction and trying to destroy real property using an explosive. Hassoun had planted an inert 
device given to him by an FBI informant, which he was told was a bomb, in a trash can south of Wrigley Field with the intent to injure people frequenting 
neighborhood bars and clubs. (Illinois)

Samira Abdalla Salim: Assault. Salim reportedly had a reputation for handing out Qur'ans and talking religion outside the Oxboro Library in Bloomington. 
There were also issues with Salim harassing other library patrons. She was arrested and charged after stabbing two people. The first victim was a woman 
who was walking into the library. She suddenly felt a sharp pain in her mid-back and realized that she had been stabbed. The second victim was a security 
officer who was stabbed in the abdominal area. (Minnesota)

Satam al-Suqami: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (New York)

Sayed Haris Ahmed: Conspiracy to provide, and providing material support to terrorists. (Georgia)

Seifullah Chapman: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (Virginia)

Semi Osman: In December 1999, Osman was stopped by police because of a malfunctioning brake light. Two passengers in Osman's vehicle were later 
identified as members of al Qaida. In May 2002, Osman was arrested at his home and charged with illegal possession of a handgun and attempting to 
secure legal status in the United States by entering into a fraudulent marriage. At the time of his arrest, he was reportedly in possession of documents 
on how to poison America's water supplies. He was convicted of possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial number and served time in federal 
prison. Osman was later convicted of sexual abuse of a 10-year-old child, pleading guilty to incest charges in November 2003. After serving time for 
his sexual abuse conviction, he was ordered deported. (Washington, Oregon)

Serdar Tatar: Conspiracy to kill uniformed military personnel. (New Jersey)

Seyam Mohdnour: Conspiracy to commit offenses against the United States. (Texas)

Seyed Mostafa Maghloubi: Pleaded guilty to violating the U.S. trade embargo against Iran. Maghloubi admitted attempting to purchase up to 100,000 
Uzi submachine guns and night-vision goggles, which he wanted to export to Iran through Dubai. (California) 

Shaaban Hafiz Ahmad Ali Shaaban: Convicted of trying to sell the names of U.S. operatives to Iraq. (Indiana)  

Shafal Mosed: Providing material support to terrorists. (New York)

Shahawar Matin Siraj: Conspiracy to place explosives at a subway station. (New York)

Shain Duka: Conspiracy to kill uniformed military personnel. (New Jersey)

Shaker Masri: Planning to join a Somalia-based terror group. (Illinois) 

Sharif Ahmed Nour: Possession of prohibited weapons after a bomb squad removed suspicious (unspecified) materials from his apartment. Firefighters 
initially found the items after extinguishing a small fire at Nour's residence. (Texas)

Sharif Mobley, American of Somali descent, and native of Buena, N.J.: Acts of terrorism, murdering a police guard and injuring another in a hospital 
shootout in Yemen. (New Jersey) 

Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman: Seditious conspiracy for plotting a "war of urban terrorism" against the United States. (New York)

Shiraz Syed Qazi: A Pakistani national in the United States on a student visa: Unlawful possession of a firearm. Qazi is the cousin of Adnan Babar Mirza, 
who was convicted of conspiracy to provide support to terrorists. (Texas)

Shirwa Ahmed, Somali immigrant, graduate of Roosevelt High School in Minneapolis, and naturalized U.S. citizen: Decided to leave his new home 
to be a homicide bomber, killing twenty-nine people in Somalia. (Minnesota) (Deceased) 

Shkumbin Sherifi, brother of Hysen Sherifi who is serving a 45 year prison term for terrorism related activities: Plotting to hire a hit man to behead 
three witnesses from his brother's terrorism case. (North Carolina)

Shuaib Raheem: Murder of a police officer during a botched robbery of a sporting goods store. Raheem and three others attempted to steal rifles and 
ammunition for what he referred to as a "war on injustices against Muslims." After a forty-seven hour standoff with police, they surrendered. (New York)  

Shueyb Mossa Jokhan: Conspiracy to damage and destroy property with fire and explosives, including Mt. Rushmore. (Florida)

Shukri Abu Baker: Conspiracy to provide, and the provision of, material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization; conspiracy to provide, and 
the provision of, funds, goods and services to a specially designated terrorist, conspiracy to commit, and the commission of, money laundering. Others. 
(Holy Land Foundation) (Texas)

Siddig Ibrahim Siddig Ali: Sentenced to eleven years in prison for his role in a conspiracy to blow up the Lincoln and Holland Tunnels, the George Washington 
Bridge and the Federal Building in lower Manhattan. (New York)

Siraj El-din Yousif, Sudanese diplomat: Expelled from the United States for his involvement in a series of attempted bombings that followed the World Trade 
Center bombing. (New York)

Soliman Biheiri: Illegally using a U.S. passport to enter the United States, concealing business ties with a leader of Hamas. (Virginia)

Soliman Hamd al-Buthe, Treasurer of the al Haramain Islamic Foundation: Conspiracy to defraud the United States government by hiding $150,000 sent out 
of the country with the intent of benefiting Muslim fighters in Chechnya. (Oregon)   

Suhail Jarabaa: RICO conspiracy in a case involving funneling money obtained through bank fraud to Palestinian territories. (Missouri)

Syed Ghulam Nabi Fai: Working inside the United States as an unregistered, paid agent of the Pakistani Intelligence Service. (Virginia)

Syed Haris Ahmed: Conspiracy to provide, and providing material support to terrorists. (Georgia)  

Syed Hashmi: Conspiracy to provide military support to terrorists. (New York) 

Syed Maaz Shah: Unlawful possession of a firearm. Shah verbally confessed an interest in weapons and had engaged in firearms training to prepare for 
"what may come." Shah also stated that he felt it was his duty to prepare for "jihad." (Texas)

Tahawwur Hussain Rana: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorism. (Illinois)  

Tahmeed Ahmad: Assaulting a U.S. government employee. Wielding two butcher knives and vodka bottles to use as explosives, Ahmad chanted 
"death to America" as he charged the Homestead Air Reserve Base. (Florida)   

Talal Ali Chammout: Pleaded guilty to felony weapons charges. Chammout had also reportedly asked a confidential witness for the government about 
purchasing rocket launchers and anti-tank weapons, and asked about missile systems that shoot down aircraft, saying "these guys want this stuff. 
If [news] of it gets out, you’re dead." (California) 

Talib Islam: Attempting to murder federal employees and to detonate an explosive device against the Paul Findley Federal Building. (Illinois)

Tammam Mocram Al-Barazi: Second-degree assault and threatening to kill his stepdaughter, two counts of animal cruelty, mutilating an animal and malicious 
destruction of property. Al-Barazi's stepdaughter told police that, because of his Islamic religious beliefs, he did not approve of her owning a dog and had 
threatened to kill it on several occasions and threatened that she "would be next". (Maryland) 

Tamsir Mendy: Self-described "devout Muslim": First degree arson after setting fire to the mosque he was a member of in an attempt to fabricate an 
anti-Muslim hate crime. (Georgia)

Tarek Mehanna: Conspiracy to commit terror attacks inside and outside the United States, which included plans to use automatic weapons at an 
(unspecified) mall to randomly open fire on shoppers and emergency first responders. Conspiracy to provide material support to a designated foreign 
terrorist organization. (Massachusetts)

Tarig Elhassan: Seditious conspiracy, bombing conspiracy, attempted bombing. (New York)

Tarik ibn Osman Shah: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (New York)

Thaer Abde Sumad: Weapons and explosives charges. (Missouri) 

Ulises Talavera: Conspiracy to smuggle video game consoles to a shopping center in Paraguay that funds terrorism. (Florida)

Ulugbek Kodoriov: Making multiple threats to assassinate a U.S. President, then obtaining explosive material and a machine gun. (Alabama)

Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, a Nigerian national: Attempted murder on a plane, attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction on a flight bound for 
Detroit on Christmas day, 2009. (Michigan)  

Umar Chaudhry: One of five U.S. citizens who left America for Pakistan, where they were arrested while trying to join jihadists and fight against 
American troops. (Virginia)

Umer Hayat: Pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI while trying to sneak $28K in cash out of the country. (California) 

Uzair Paracha: Providing material support to terrorists. (New York)

Victor Alvarez, convert to Islam: Seditious conspiracy, bombing conspiracy, attempted bombing, firearms charges. (New York)

Vijay Kumar, a resident of Mumbai, India who told authorities that he was in Houston for an "Islamic seminar": Arrested on a weapons charge after brass 
knuckles were discovered in his luggage. Also found were books written in Arabic as well as publications written in English that refer to "jihad" and 
"infidels", diagrams that purport to describe U.S. military weaponry, and a large amount of cash that had not been declared to Customs officials as 
part of his travel. (Texas) 

Waad Ramadan Alwan: Conspiracy to kill US nationals abroad. Plotting to transfer Stinger missiles to Iraq. Others. (Kentucky)  

Wadih el-Hage, naturalized American citizen and former Arizona resident: Found guilty of taking part in a worldwide conspiracy to kill Americans and destroy 
U.S. property. (U.S. Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania) (New York)

Waheed Allah Mohammad: Repeatedly stabbing his sister for being a "bad Muslim girl." (New York)

Waheed Islam: Purchasing body armor, an act prohibited for convicted felons.  Islam, while serving jail time in 2008, wrote to another inmate that he 
wanted to obtain a bulletproof vest because "it's a war out here and Satan's soldiers are on the attack.  So we must prepare ourselves!" (Connecticut)

Wail al-Shehri: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (New York)

Waleed al-Shehri: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (New York)

Wali Khan: Conspiracy to bomb passenger planes. (New York)

Walli Mujahidh (aka Frederick Domingue, Jr.): Plotting to attack a U.S. military recruiting station in Seattle with grenades and machine guns. 
(Washington State)

Waqar Khan: One of five U.S. citizens who left America for Pakistan, where they were arrested while trying to join jihadists and fight against 
American troops. (Virginia)

Wassim Mazloum: Conspiracy to kill or injure U.S. Soldiers in Iraq. (Ohio)

Weiss Rasool: A police officer in Fairfax County: Unauthorized computer access, checking police databases on behalf of a Fairfax man who was under 
FBI counter-terrorism surveillance. (Virginia)   

Wesam El-Hanafi: Conspiracy to provide support to terrorists. (New York)

Wissam Taysir Hammoud: Pleaded guilty to charges that he plotted to kill a federal agent and an informant. Hammoud had also reportedly bragged that 
he had ties to Hezbollah. (Florida)

Yahya Goba: Providing material support to terrorists. (New York)

Yasein Taher: Supporting a terrorist organization. (New York)

Yaser Abdel Said: Critical of popular American lifestyles, and upset with the dating decisions (non-Muslim) of his daughters, Said is on the run, wanted on 
two counts of murder after shooting both of his daughters, eighteen year old Amina, and seventeen year old Sarah, then leaving them for dead in the back 
of his taxi outside an Irving hotel. (Texas)   

Yaser Bushnaq, a former president of the Islamic Association for Palestine (IAP), CAIR's parent organization: Failing to disclose his affiliations with 
organizations linked to the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas when he applied to become a U.S. citizen in 2000. (Virginia)

Yasinul Ansari: Arrested with Asma Al-Homsi: Possessing a prohibited weapon (homemade pipe bombs). (Texas)

Yazeed Mohammed Abunayyan, a Saudi national: Interfering with a flight crew during a Continental Airlines flight traveling from Portland to Houston. 
Abunayyan began yelling "Allahu Akbar" while being removed from the plane. Days earlier, while speaking or singing about Osama bin Laden and his 
hatred of women, Abunayyan was arrested after leading police on a twenty-minute chase and attempting to run over pedestrians with his car. (Oregon) 

Yehia Ali Ahmed Alomari: Money laundering by illegally transferring more than $100K dollars to overseas accounts in the Middle East that would be 
controlled by Hezbollah. (New York) 

Yonathan Melaku: Arrested for carrying a backpack with "suspicious items and products" inside Arlington National Cemetery. A notebook believed to belong 
to Melaku was also found, which contained threatening phrases like "al Qaida," "Taliban rule" and "defeated coalition forces." Melaku was found inside the 
cemetery overnight when it was closed. Update: Melaku reportedly videotaped himself shouting "allahu Akbar" after firing shots at the US Marine Corps 
museum in the fall of 2010. Also according to reports, forensic evidence has linked him to five shootings at four Washington, D.C. area military buildings 
in October and November of 2010. (Virginia)

Yong Ki Kwon: Conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States. Others. (Virginia Jihad Network) (Virginia)

Younus Abdullah Mohammad (Jesse Curtis Morton), convert to Islam: Making threats against "South Park" creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker over their 
plan to depict Islam's founder Muhammad in one of their episodes. (Virginia)

Youssef A. Bakri: Operating a criminal enterprise to traffic in contraband cigarettes and counterfeit goods, and money laundering, then funneling some of 
the profits to Hezbollah. (Michigan)

Youssef Bouchlarhem: Making a false report about planting a bomb and resisting police after standing in the middle of the street, making threatening 
statements in both Arabic and English saying, "Allah is great," I am going to blow this place up." (Florida) 

Youssef Megahed: Illegally transporting explosive materials. (South Carolina)

Zacarias Moussaoui: Involvement in plotting the 9/11 Islamic terrorist attacks against the United States. (Oklahoma, elsewhere)

Zachary A. Chesser, convert to Islam: Providing material support to terrorists. (Virginia)

Zaheer Ahmad, a U.S. citizen believed to be living in Pakistan: Working inside the United States as an unregistered, paid agent of the Pakistani 
Intelligence Service. (Virginia) 

Zakaria Maruf: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists and foreign terrorist organizations. Others. (Minnesota)

Zakariya Boyd: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. Others. (North Carolina) 

Zarein Ahmedzay: Making material false statements, not naming all the places he had visited in Pakistan and Afghanistan while visiting in late 2008 and 
early 2009, and denying having discussions about attending a camp to receive military-type training. Ahmedzay is linked to Najibullah Zazi, who was 
charged  in a plot to bomb New York City. (New York)

Zein Isa: Murdering his daughter, Palestina. The FBI, which had Isa under surveillance in connection with his suspected militant activities, inadvertently caught 
the "Honor killing" on their surveillance tapes, which were un-manned on the day of the murder. With help from his wife, Isa repeatedly stabbed his daughter 
in the chest, killing her. According to reports, Palestina was the most "American" of the family, played high school soccer despite her father's objections, and 
had broken Isa's house rules by dating someone outside the Islamic faith, leaving the home without permission, and working for someone other than her 
parents at their small grocery store. Palestina had also gone to her Junior Prom, only to be taken away by family members. (Missouri) (Deceased)   

Zeinab Taleb-Jedi: Providing material support to a foreign terrorist organization. (New York)

Ziad Samir Jarrah: 9/11 hijacker, mass murderer. (Pennsylvania)

Ziyad Yaghi: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. Others. (North Carolina)

Zubair Ahmed: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (Ohio)




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