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Muhanad al-Farekh, one of Winnipeg's 'Lost Boys,' found guilty in US court of terrorism charges - The Globe and Mail

A former student at the University of Manitoba was found guilty of providing material support to al-Qaeda and helping to build a truck bomb in Afghanistan after leaving Canada with two friends in 2007. On Friday, a federal jury in Brooklyn convicted ...and more »

Texas Man Convicted of Helping Attack US Army Base in Afghanistan - New York Times

In January 2009, two trucks packed with explosives careened toward the front gate of a remote United States Army base in the Khost Province of Afghanistan. The first truck exploded near the gate, injuring a pregnant Afghan woman and several others. But ...and more »

Former Winnipegger Muhanad al-Farekh convicted of failed suicide bombing - CBC.ca

NEW YORK — A U.S. citizen who joined al-Qaeda was convicted Friday of participating in a failed suicide bombing in 2009 at an American military base in Afghanistan. A federal jury in New York City reached the verdict in the case against Muhanad ...and more »

American convicted of supporting al Qaeda, aiding bomb attack - Hindustan Times

An American citizen was found guilty by jurors in Brooklyn federal court on Friday of supporting al Qaeda and helping to prepare a 2009 car bomb attack on a US military base in Afghanistan. Muhanad Mahmoud Al Farekh, 31, was convicted of charges that ...and more »

US court convicts al-Qaeda member of terror attack in Afghan - The Indian Express

A federal court in the US has convicted an American al-Qaeda member involved in a terror attack at a US military base in Afghanistan. Convicted on all nine counts, Muhamad Mahmoud Al-Farekh now faces up to life in prison. “Today, an American al-Qaeda ...and more »

Al Qaeda terrorist convicted for role in US army base attack - The National

Muhanad Mahmoud Al Farekh, an American citizen who grew up in Dubai, faces life in prison after being convicted for his role in an Al Qaeda attack on a US army base in Afghanistan in 2009. US Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York ...and more »

Al Qaeda suspect found of guilty of helping terror group, planning Afghanistan car bombing - New York Daily News

A U.S. citizen was convicted Friday on charges that he turned to Al Qaeda and plotted to murder American soldiers in Afghanistan. Brooklyn federal jurors ruled Muhanad Mahmoud al Farekh was guilty of having a role in a 2009 military base attack that ...and more »

American Citizen Found Guilty in Conspiracy to Help al Qaeda, Attack US Military Base - KTLA

An American citizen was found guilty Friday of conspiring to aid al Qaeda and to bomb a U.S. military base in Afghanistan. Muhanad Mahmoud Al Farekh, 31, could face life in prison after a federal jury Brooklyn, New York, convicted him on nine counts, ...and more »

American al-Qaeda member convicted for helping blow up US military base - Brooklyn Daily Eagle

An 11-person jury convicted an American al-Qaeda member Friday, charged for helping bomb a U.S. military base in Afghanistan, officials said. After a two-week trial and three days of jury deliberations, Muhanad Mahmoud Al Farekh, 31, was found guilty ...and more »

Jury finds man guilty of aiding attack on US base in Afghanistan - Newsday

Muhanad al Farekh was convicted Friday by a Brooklyn federal jury of aiding an attack on a U.S. base in Afghanistan in 2009 and joining al-Qaida, following a two-week trial that featured fingerprint evidence the government said linked him to an ...and more »