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A federal grand jury in North Carolina indicted seven people on terrorism charges, alleging that North Carolina resident Daniel Boyd is a veteran of terrorist training camps in Pakistan and Afghanistan who, along with six others (including, apparently, two of Boyd's children), conspired to commit violent jihad in support of terrorism, by murdering, kidnapping, maiming and injuring people.
According to federal prosecutors, Boyd also conspired with other North Carolina residents to travel to the Gaza Strip in 2007 and introduce his son Zakariya to people in Gaza "who also believed that violent jihad is a personal obligation on the part of every good Muslim."
The terror indictment charges the following people:
You can read the complete set of charges against the North Carolina residents below:
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