A Miami Muslim cleric accused of funneling money to the Taliban in Pakistan is taking the stand for a second day in his own defense.
Izhar Kahn, an Imam cleared of terrorism charges Thursday, returned to a joyous welcome at this mosque in Margate Friday.
A lawyer in the case of an elderly Muslim cleric and his two sons who are accused of providing support to the Pakistani Taliban argues a government secrecy request could give prosecutors an unfair advantage.
An elderly Muslim cleric and both of his sons will remain in custody until trial on charges of financially supporting the Pakistani Taliban after they were denied bail.
An attorney for a South Florida Muslim cleric accused of supporting the Taliban in Pakistan has asked the judge to release his client from jail until his trial.
Several South Florida community organizations will be protesting outside of a Margate mosque Tuesday evening. The protesters want the mosque shut down after its imam was charged with conspiracy to finance the Taliban.
A Muslim cleric in Florida has pleaded not guilty to charges of supporting the Pakistani Taliban terrorist group. The plea was entered Friday in Miami federal court by the 24-year-old imam of a mosque in suburban Margate.
The South Florida Imams accused of terrorism were arrested right in front of their mosques, disrupting the neighborhoods around them. Monday night, one of those neighborhoods saw more commotion.
Police increased their patrols around a mosque in Margate on Sunday, a mosque where Izhar Khan, 24, once served as imam, or spiritual leader.