Aaron Daniels, aka Harun Muhammad and Abu Yusef: Attempting to provide material support to ​the Islamic State terrorist organization (ISIS). (Ohio)

Abdalah Mohamed: Two counts of second-degree intimidation after repeatedly threatening workers at a Northeast Portland deli when he wasn’t able to buy a single cigarette. According to reports, Mohamed said “I will blow up your store…I’m going to send my guys to shoot up your store….You Israeli … I’ll blow up your store in 
the name of Allah!…We take care of people like you.” (Oregon)​

A. Abdelaziz: Enterprise corruption, money laundering and other tax crimes for his role in a cigarette smuggling ring that has ties to Hamas. (New York)

Abdella Ahmad Tounisi: Providing material support to a terrorist organization. (Illinois)

Abdi Ali Abukar: Threatening to kill an FBI agent and do harm to the agent's family while free on bond and facing state harassment charges. Abukar sent the 
agent an email demanding that the agent clear his warrants and outstanding charges and pay him $6,000 for "terrorist information" (regarding Amir Abdul 
Muhaimeen, aka Ruben Shumpert), the investigating agent told the court. Abukar mentioned the agent's family members by name, and threatened that 
"things will go wrong and violently" if he was followed or watched. Court documents show that Abukar has also threatened to kill Americans as a part of 
"jihad". (Washington State) 

Abdi Nur: Conspiracy to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization. (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant-(ISIL) (Minnesota)

Abdirahman S. Mohamud: Soliciting or providing support for an act of terrorism. Money laundering in support of terrorism. (Ohio)

Abdirahman Yasin Daud: Conspiracy and / or attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization (Islamic State). Others. 
(Minnesota, California)

Abdirizak Mohamed Warsame: Conspiracy to provide material support to the Islamic State terrorist organization. (Minnesota) 

Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem: Conspiracy, weapons possession and lying to federal investigators in connection with the shooting incident that occurred at the 
free speech event “Draw the Prophet” contest. Conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. (Texas)

Abdul Wakil Khalil, aka Leon Nathan Davis III: Pleaded guilty to attempting to provide material support to terrorists (ISIS). (Georgia)

Abdul Yasin, aka Jason Paul Smith: Threatening to blow up the Statue of Liberty. (West Virginia)

Abdulkadir Sheikh Mahmoud: Aggravated assault charges after trying to run down two police officers who were responding to a report of suspicious persons 
in the terminal’s car rental ramp at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport with his car. (Minnesota)

Abdullahi Yusuf: Conspiracy to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization. (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant-(ISIL) (Minnesota)

Abdullatif Ali Aldosary: Attempted murder, arson and use of explosives in the November 30, 2012 bombing outside a Social Security Administration building in 
Casa Grande. (Arizona)

Abdul Raheem Habil Ali-Skelton: Making terroristic threats after threatening to "blow up" a Walgreens and stating that he is a part of a terrorist organization.
Ali-Skelton has also been charged with making a false statement to the FBI about when he has been in contact with Syrian-based members of the Islamic State 
terrorist group. (Minnesota)

Abdul Razak Artan: Deliberately running pedestrians down with his car and then attacking them with a butcher knife, injuring eleven. (Ohio) (Deceased)   

Abdurasul Hasanovich Juraboev: Providing material support to ISIS. (New York)

Abdurrahman Issam Qadan: Falsely reporting an incident and making terroristic threats after claiming that he had ties to the Islamic State terrorist group and 
that he had left a duffle bag full of explosives behind a gas station near LaGuardia airport. (New York)

Abror Habibov: Providing material support to ISIS. (New York)

Abu Omar al Amreeki, aka Donald Ray Morgan, convert to Islam: Arrested at JFK Airport after returning from an eight-month stay in Lebanon, suspected of 
brokering weapons deals for the Islamic State (ISIS). (New York)

Abu Talib al-Ameriki, aka Derrick Thompson: Arrested for reported ties to the Islamic State terrorist group and for planning to attack midnight Masses. Charged 
with participating in a criminal syndicate, assisting a criminal syndicate and misconduct involving weapons. (Arizona)

Adam Shafi: Providing material support or resources to a designated foreign terrorist organization. (California)

Adel Abuzahrieh: Enterprise corruption, money laundering and other tax crimes for his role as a transporter in a cigarette smuggling ring that has ties to Hamas.          
(New York)

Adel Daoud: Attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction and trying to destroy a building with explosives. (Illinois)

Adnan Abdihamid Farah: Conspiracy and / or attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization (Islamic State). Others. 
(Minnesota, California)

Afshin Bahrampour: Setting two fires at a Las Vegas Jewish center. (Nevada)

Ahmad Khan Rahami: Five counts of attempted murder of a law enforcement officer after a shootout with police in Linden, New Jersey. Unlawful possession of 
a weapon. Possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose. Rahami was arrested and named the suspect in a recent string of bombings that injured more than
two dozen people. (New York, New Jersey)

Ahmed Elni Abdalla: Attempting to run over border agents after trying to cross into the U.S. from Mexico. (Arizona) 

Ahmed Mohammed El Gammal: Providing material support to the Islamic State terrorist organization (ISIS). (Arizona)

Ahmed Nasiri Taalil Mohamud: Conspiracy to raise and send money to al-Shabaab, a terrorist organization in Somalia. (California)

Ahmed Tuma: 2nd degree assault, two counts of making terroristic threats and use of a weapon to commit a felony after trying to hit his sister with a crowbar. 
Police said Tuma was angry with his sister because she is in a relationship with a woman, and that Tuma said it is shameful to their family and against Muslim 
beliefs. (Nebraska)

Akba Jihad Jordan: Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (North Carolina)

Akhror Saidakhmetov: Providing material support to ISIS. (New York)

Akmal Zakirov: Conspiracy to provide material support to the Islamic State terrorist organization. (New York)

Akram I. Musleh: Attempting to join the Islamic State terrorist organization. (Indiana)

Alaa Saddeh: Conspiracy to provide services and personnel to the Islamic State terrorist group. Attempting to persuade a witness to lie to the FBI. 
Other. (New Jersey)

Alan Crawford, convert to Islam: Making terroristic threats. (Arkansas)

Alexander Blair, convert to Islam: Pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy for helping his friend, Muhammed Abdullah Hassan, aka John Booker Jr. store 
equipment to make a bomb to kill American service members with, in an attempt to demonstrate support for the Islamic State terrorist organization. (Kansas)  

Alexander Ciccolo: Being a felon in possession of firearms. According to an affidavit, Ciccolo was recorded when he spoke about his plans to commit acts 
of terrorism inspired by ISIS, stating that he wanted to travel to another state and carry out attacks against civilians, members of the US military and law 
enforcement personnel. (Massachusetts)

Ali Irsan: Charged in the murder of an activist who helped his daughter convert to Christianity. (Texas)

Ali Muhammad Brown: Aggravated first-degree murder of two gay men. In 2004, Brown was arrested and eventually prosecuted as part of a federal 
investigation into a fraud ring thought to be linked to a terrorism funding organization. He was convicted of fraud following that investigation. Brown                          
is also suspected of committing at least two other murders and according to several sources familiar with the investigation, he told police that he 
carried out the killings because he was on a jihad to kill Americans. (Washington State)

​Ali Saleh: Attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State terror organization (ISIS / ISIL). (New York)

Ali Shukri Amin: Providing material support to a foreign terrorist group, (Virginia)

Alija Kucuk: Punching a flight attendant and threatening to blow up the plane during a flight from New York City to South Florida. (New York)

Alvin Hart: Threatening to behead a talk show host in the name of Allah. (Florida)

Amal Ahmed Abdullahi: Making terroristic threats. Abdullahi was said to have told a co-worker that "her people were dying for Allah every day; that she was ready
to die for Allah; that this whole country will be Muslim soon; that this country is full of non-believers and that this place (her work place) is full of non-believers; 
that all unbelievers should die; that her life starts after death; that her life is not here, nobody pays attention to her and she should pick up a gun and shoot all     
these people." (Tennessee)

Amina Ahra: Two counts of battery. According to the report, Ahra came out of the woods wearing a full Burka, grabbed an American flag from a family's 
mailbox and charged at them, prompting a fight between Ahra and the mother of the family. (Georgia)  

Amir Abdul Muhaimeen, aka Ruben Shumpert, convert to Islam: Weapons and countertitting convictions. According to authorities, Shumpert led what was 
described as "an anti-American training ground for Muslims" out of the Crescent Cuts barber shop, which included training children ages 11 to 17 "in anti-
American rhetoric as well as teaching them how to shoot and fight the Americans." Shumpert was also arrested on assault charges after he was accused 
of beating a man who refused to join his group. He fled to Somalia just days before his sentencing hearing, and during a call to the FBI that was confirmed 
to have originated from Somalia, Shumpert informed an FBI agent that he and his associates would "would destroy everything the United States stood for". 
According to the FBI, a crowd was heard in the background shouting "Allahu Akbar" as Shumpert spoke. It has been reported that he was killed during a 
2008 missile strike in Somalia. (Washington State) 

Amir Said Abdul Rahman Al-Ghazi: Providing material support to the Islamic State terrorist organization. (Ohio)

Ansar Muhammad: Aggravated assault, unlawful imprisonment, threatening/intimidation with injury and sexual assault. Other. According to police, Muhammad 
told his wife that Islamic Law gave him the right to kill her. (Arizona)

Arafat M. Nagi: Attempting to provide material support and resources to the Islamic State terrorist organization (ISIS / ISIL). (New York)

Arcan Cetin: Opened fire inside the Cascade Mall in Burlington, killing five people. On a Tumblr page in Cetin’s name, there was a reference to the phrase 
“Subhan Allah” (Glory to be to God). The page also links to a page that praises the leader of the Islamic State terrorist organization. (Washington State)

​Arifeen Gojali: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (California)

Armin Harcevic: Providing material support to terrorists and conspiring to provide material support and resources to terrorists. (Missouri)

Arpan Shah: Making criminal threats after threatening to blow up a Southwest Airlines plane. (Maryland, California) 

Ased Abdur-Raheem, formerly known as Nicholas Teausant, convert to Islam: Attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. 
(California)

Asia Siddiqui: Planning to build and detonate a bomb somewhere in the United States after being radicalized at least in part by ISIS. (New York)

Asif Ahmed Salim: Providing material support to al Qaida. (Ohio)

Atal Bashar: Possession of a homemade bomb. According to the affidavit, Bashar admitted to investigators that he built the device by placing fireworks in a 
duffel bag and surrounding it with shrapnel like nails and screws. (Virginia)

Avin "Musa" Brown: Attempting to provide material support to terrorists. (North Carolina) 

Aws Mohammed Younis Al-JayabFrom the complaint: Providing materially false, fictitious, and fraudulent statements and representations in a matter within 
the jurisdiction of an agency of the Unted States, an offense involving International terrorism. (California).

Ayman Kareem Hawari: Making terrorist threats against two college campuses. (California) 

Azamat Tazhayakov: Obstruction of justice for removing items from "alleged" Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's dorm room after the April 15 
bombings in an attempt to cover up Tsarnaev's involvement. (Massachusetts)

Azhar Hussain, a professor at Indiana State University: Arrested for making up a story about being assaulted and thrown to the floor, as well as falsely claiming 
that someone had sent him anti-Muslim threats. (Indiana)

Aziz Sayyed: Providing support for an act of terrorism. (Alabama)

Azzam Ahmed Baytie: Making a terroristic threat. (Texas) 

Basel Ramadan: Enterprise corruption, money laundering and other tax crimes for his role as head of a cigarette smuggling ring that has ties to Hamas.                
(New York)

Basit Javed Sheikh: Attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. (North Carolina)

Bassam Twam: Enterprise corruption, money laundering and other tax crimes for his role as a reseller in a cigarette smuggling ring that has ties to Hamas.            
(New York)

Bilal Abood: Making a false statement to a federal agency regarding his allegiance to the Islamic State terrorist group. (Texas)

Borna Faizy: Illegally exporting approximately 12 million dollars worth of computers to Iran. Investigators said that Faizy and Touraj Ghavidel conspired to ship 
computers and various part through Dubai to hide the final destination. (Texas)

Brian Carey: Posting terroristic threats to a social media site. According to reports, Carey's post read: “Judgement day will come this week at the Penn Square Mall 
and outlet mall. May Allah be with those who believe and there will be mass bloodshed and horror as I Allah will take vengeance on the scumdogs of the western 
world.” (Oklahoma)''

Burgon Sealy Jr.: Murdering a state trooper. Sealy was reportedly heard citing quotes from the Qur'an during a standoff with police. (Delaware) (Deceased)

Dahir A. Adan: Stabbed nine people at a central Minnesota shopping mall. (Minnesota) (Deceased) 

Daphne Crawford, convert to Islam: Making terroristic threats. (Arkansas)

Darren Jackson: Conspiring to join the Islamic State terrorist organization. (Florida)

Dayne Christian: Conspiring to join the Islamic State terrorist organization. (Florida)

Devon Arthurs, convert to Islam: Shooting his roommates to death for disrespecting his new Muslim ideology. (Florida) 

Dias Kadyrbayev: Obstruction of justice for removing items from "alleged" Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's dorm room after the April 15 
bombings in an attempt to cover up Tsarnaev's involvement. (Massachusetts)

Dawud Sharif Wright, aka David Wright: Conspiracy to provide material support to the Islamic State terrorist organization. (Massachusetts) 

Diego Chaar: Assault and stalking charges after approaching a group of men outside of a synagogue screaming "Allahu Akbar, I’m gonna cut your heads off".
When asked why, Chaar said "I want to take them to paradise. I don’t want them to burn in hell for the rest of eternity. I feel like that they’re worshipping 
right now is nothing, it’s fake. It don’t exist, in my opinion." (Florida) 

Dilkhayot Kasimov: Conspiracy and attempting to provide material support to a terrorist organization. (New York)

Dr. Fakhruddin Attar: Conspiring to perform female genital mutilation on minors. (Michigan) 

Dr. Jumana Nagarwala: Performing female genital mutilation. Transportation with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity. Making a false statement to a 
federal officer. Nagarwala reportedly defended her actions, citing "religious practice". (Michigan) 

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: Using a weapon of mass destruction in connection with the Boston Marathon bombing. (Massachusetts)

Edward Schimenti: Conspiracy to provide and attempt to provide material support to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham. (Illinois)

Ehab Jaber: Making a terroristic threat. (South Dakota) 

Elton Simpson: Shooting suspect at the Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest in Garland. (Texas) (Deceased)

Elvis Redzepagic: Attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. (New York)

Emanuel Lutchman: Attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State terrorist organization (ISIS). (New York)

Enaam Arnaout; Former director of the Benevolence International Foundation: Defrauding contributors to the charity. Pleaded guilty to funneling money
to Islamic fighters in Bosnia and Chechnya. (Illinois)

Enrique Dominguez: Aggravated assault. Dominguez, according to reports, bragged about his allegiance to Allah, and told a co-worker his plans to dress up like              
the Joker, bring a firearm to work and gun down his boss. (Florida)

Erick Jamal Hendricks: Conspiring to provide material support to ISIS. (North Carolina)

Erwin Antonio Rios: Purchasing a firearm with the intent to use it to kill U.S. Soldiers. In an affidavit filed with the court, an FBI Special Agent said that Rios 
holds extremist Islamic views and told a government informant he would like to kill Fort Bragg soldiers. (North Carolina)

Fadi Fadi Dandach: Attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. (California)

Faisal Mohammad: Stabbing four people on a college campus. In his pocket, police found a handwritten manifesto that included making sure his victims were 
tied down, beheadings, and reminders to himself to praise Allah. (California) (Deceased)

Farida Attar: Conspiring to perform female genital mutilation on minors. (Michigan)

Fareed Mumuni: Attempting to murder a federal officer who was executing a search warrant in connection with an Islamic State terrorist organization inspired 
plot to set off a bomb in New York City. (New York)

Fazliddin Kurbanov: Providing material support to a known terrorist organization. (Idaho)

Garrett Grimsley: Communicating threats against non-Muslims. (North Carolina)

Gavin Friedman: Plotting to kill a U.S. President so that he could “be martyred in the name of Allah”. (Texas)

Gregory Hubbard: Conspiring to join the Islamic State terrorist organization. (Florida)

Gavin Friedman: Plotting to kill a U.S. President so that he could "be martyred in the name of Allah". (Texas)

Gufran Ahmed Kauser Mohammed: Pleaded guilty to providing material support to Al-Qaida. (Florida)

Guled Ali Omar: Conspiracy and / or attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization (Islamic State). Others. 
(Minnesota, California) 

Haji Mohamed: This naturalized U.S. citizen from Somalia and cab driver in Alexandria is accused of being a recruiter for al-Shabab, a terrorist organization 
in Somalia, and has been placed on the FBI's "Most Wanted Terrorists" list. (Virginia) 

Halima Conley, aka Shannon Maureen Conley, convert to Islam: Providing material support and resources to a designated foreign terrorist organization. 
Conley was arrested while trying to board a flight at DIA with the goal of meeting with a terrorist group called the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). 
(Colorado)

Hamza Naj Ahmed: Conspiring and attempting to support a designated foreign terrorist organization. (Minnesota)

Hanad Mustafe Musse: Conspiracy and / or attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization (Islamic State). Others. 
(Minnesota, California)

Haris Qamar: Attempting to support the Islamic State terrorist organization. (Virginia) 

Harlem Suarez: Attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction in the United States. According to the FBI, Suarez recorded his own ISIS recruitment video, 
declaring "We will destroy America and divide it into two. We will raise our black flag on top of your White House and any president on duty." According to 
reports, Suarez also stated that he would "cook Americans in cages." (Florida)

Hasan Abu Omar Ghannoum: Attempting to provide material support and resources to a terrorist organization. (California)

Hasan Edmonds, U.S. Army National Guard Specialist: Conspiracy to support the Islamic State and plotting to carry out an armed attack against a northern 
Illinois military facility where he had been training. (Illinois)

Hashim Hanif Ibn Abdul-Rasheed: After parking illegally at the Port Columbus International Airport, Abdul-Rasheed used a women's ID in an attempt to purchase 
an airline ticket to an undisclosed location. When police called a tow-truck to move his car, Abdul-Rasheed returned to the vehicle, spoke with an officer, then 
pulled out a knife and lunged at the officer. After Abdul-Rasheed's attack was ended, several knives and other suspicious items were discovered during a search 
of his car. (Ohio) (Deceased) 

Heather Coffman: Making a false statement involving international terrorism. (Virginia)

Hinda Osman Dhirane: Providing material support to the Somalia based terrorist organization al-Shabaab. (Washington State)

Ibrahim Zubair Mohammad: Providing material support to al Qaida. (Ohio)

Ismaaiyl Abdullah-Muhammad, aka Ismaaiyl Abdullah Brinsley: Murdering New York City police officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu after walking up 
to their police cruiser's passenger window and opening fire. According to reports and his own Facebook page, Muhammad had been employed by the 
Hamas-linked Islamic Society of North America. (New York) (Deceased)

Issa Sulieman: Enterprise corruption, money laundering and other tax crimes for his role as distributor in a cigarette smuggling ring that has ties to Hamas.           
(New York)

Izzat Nimer: Enterprise corruption, money laundering and other tax crimes for his role as distributor in a cigarette smuggling ring that has ties to 
Hamas. (New York)

Jaelyn Delshaun Young: Conspiracy to provide material support to the Islamic State terrorist organization (ISIS / ISIL). (Mississippi)

Jah’Keem Yisrael, aka Alton Nolen, convert to Islam: Murder and beheading of a 54 year old female co-worker. Yisrael, who had reportedly been fired after 
being involved in an argument in which he talked about an Islamic teaching that said women should be stoned to death for certain offenses, returned to his 
former employer's facility the next day and beheaded Colleen Hufford. Yisrael was in the process of stabbing a second woman when he was shot by the 
company's Chief Operating Officer Mark Vaughn, who is also a reserve police officer. (Oklahoma)  

Jalil Ibn Ameer Aziz: Conspiracy to provide and attempt to provide material support to the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) terrorist organization. (Pennsylvania)

Jasminka Ramic: Providing material support to terrorists and conspiring to provide material support and resources to terrorists. (Illinois)

Jason Ludke: Attempting to provide material support or resources to the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) terrorist organization. (Wisconsin)

Jihad Mufaddi Khalaf Haddadin: Threatening jihad on police officers in El Monte. According to the report, Haddadin walked up to the police station and told 
police officers through an intercom that he had a bomb. (California)

Jimmy Stepney: After arguing with a friend about the Bible and the Quran, Stepney, a Muslim according to the arrest affidavit, assaulted the Christian friend 
with a knife and attempted to stab him. According to reports, Stepney was also heard saying that Muslims need to "step up" and commit more beheadings. 
(Oklahoma)

Jonas "Yunus" Edmonds: Conspiring to provide material support and resources to a foreign terrorist organization. (Illinois)

Joseph D. Jones: Conspiracy to provide and attempt to provide material support to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham. (Illinois) 

Joseph Hassan Farrokh: Attempting to provide material support and resources to a designated foreign terrorist organization. (Virginia)

Joshua Lee Coffey: Assault and making terroristic threats. Coffey threatened to kill his mother for serving him pork at dinner, then held a knife 
to her boyfriend's throat, threatening to kill him if she called the police. (Pennsylvania)​

Joshua Cummings: First degree murder. According to reports, Cummings had Islamic writings in his possession when he was arrested for shooting and killing a
transit security officer in Denver. (Colorado)

Joshua Van Haften: Attempting to provide material support and resources to a foreign terrorist organization. (Wisconsin)

Julissa Magdalena Maradiaga-Iscoa: Making a bomb threat in a public place. Maradiaga-Iscoa attempted to drive her vehicle through the Miami International 
Airport entrance, crashed her car into a Miami-Dade Police patrol car and screamed at officers in what was believed to be Arabic and then, in English, all 
before falsely claiming she had a bomb. Although the photographs and video of the incident show that Maradiaga-Iscoa was wearing traditional Islamic 
headwear, the news report simply stated that the woman is from Honduras. (Florida)

Justin William Bouma: Perpetrating a terrorist hoax after allegedly sending a threatening letter to a mosque containing a white powder that was meant to be 
mistaken for anthrax. Bouma also was charged with one misdemeanor count of malicious injury and destruction of property. (Oklahoma)

Justin Kaliebe: Pleaded guilty to attempting to provide material support to terrorists and attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist 
organization. (New York)  

Kassim Alhimidi: Murdering his wife, who had been planning to divorce him. Alawadi allegedly struck his wife in the head six times with what the autopsy report
said may have been a tire iron, causing four skull fractures. Although the murder was initially described as an "anti-Muslim hate crime", further investigation 
revealed that it was yet another made up "Islamophobic" event in an effort to shift blame toward the American people, and that the killing was done within the 
family. (California)

Keonna Thomas: Providing material aid to terrorists. (Pennsylvania)

Khairullozhon Matanov: Destroying records and lying to investigators during the Boston Marathon terrorism investigation. (Massachusetts)

Khalid Sulaiman Bilal: Threatening shoppers at a Goodwill store with violence while “forcibly” trying to convert them to Islam. (Indiana) (Deported)

Khalil Abu Rayyan: Threatening to attack a church for the Islamic State terror organization. (Michigan)

Kori Ali Muhammad: Screamed “Allahu akbar” as he walked around in the city of Fresno and randomly shot three men dead. (California)

Laith Waleed Alebbini: Attempting to provide material support or resources to the Islamic State terrorist organization (ISIS). (Ohio)   

Liban Haji Mohamed: Providing material support to Al-Shabaab, a foreign terrorist organization. (Virginia)

Lionel Nelson Williams: Attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State terrorist organization (ISIS). (Virginia) 

M. Awawda: Enterprise corruption, money laundering and other tax crimes for his role as a distributor in a cigarette smuggling ring that has ties to Hamas.            
(New York)

Maalik Alim Jones: Supporting and receiving military training from a terrorist group connected with Al Qaeda. (Maryland)

Mabul Shoatz: Attempting to chop off a man's hand with a machete after accusing him of stealing jars of money from their mosque. According to a police 
statement, Shoatz, along with the mosque's imam (who was still being sought), dragged the victim to the rear of the mosque, and attempted to chop off 
his hand with a machete. The man sustained a severe laceration to his right wrist, and was transported to a nearby hospital by medics. Officers served a 
search warrant on the mosque, located in a house in Philadelphia’s Overbrook section, where they recovered a 2-foot-long machete from the scene. 
(Pennsylvania)

Mahamed Abukar Said: Impeding and retaliating against federal law enforcement. Using interstate comment stuns to make threats of injury. Said's threats 
against the Government were in response to six of his fellow Muslims being arrested for trying to join the Islamic State terrorist organization. (Minnesota)

Mahin Khan: Conspiracy to carry out acts of terrorism against government buildings. (Arizona)

Mahmoud Amin Mohamed Elhassan: Aiding and abetting an attempt to provide material support and resources to a designated foreign terrorist organization.
(Virginia) 

Mahmoud Kourani: Providing support to Hezbollah through fundraising activities. (Michigan)

Mamdouh Mahmud Salim; Former Osama bin Laden aide: Stabbing a federal prison guard in the eye, leaving him brain damaged, blind in one eye and unable            
to walk. (New York)

Marcos Alonso Zea: Conspiracy to commit murder in a foreign country, attempting to support terrorists and al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, and obstruction 
of justice. (New York)

Marie A. Castelli, convert to Islam: Advocating online for terrorist attacks in the U.S. Promoting ISIS propaganda through her social media accounts. Lying to 
the FBI when agents confronted her about her activities. (Kentucky)

Marlonn Hicks: Admitted in federal court he sent online bomb-making instructions to a government informant, saying that the information was sent with the intent 
that an attack be carried out in the name of the Islamic State terrorist organization (ISIS). (Indiana) 

Mediha Medy Salkicevic: Providing material support to terrorists and conspiring to provide material support and resources to terrorists. (Illinois)

Mehrzad Malekzadeh: Making terroristic threats and displaying a hoax bomb. (Texas)

Michael Todd "Faruq" Wolfe: Attempting to provide material support and resources to terrorists, including but not limited to personnel, 
including himself. (Texas)

Michelle Bastian: Providing her incarcerated husband with publications distributed by al-Qaida and ISIS, and conspiring with him to bomb the prison where he is 
incarcerated. (Arizona)

Moeed Abdul Salam: Left his family's prominent lifestyle and joined al Qaida. (Texas) (Deceased)

Mohamad Hamdan: Making terrorist threats. (Wisconsin)

Mohamad Bailor Jalloh: Attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State terrorist organization. (Virginia)

Mohamad Jamal Khweis: Arrested overseas after joining the Islamic State terrorist organization. (Virginia)

Mohamed Amiin Ali Roble: Providing support to the Islamic State terror group. (Minnesota)

Mohamed Barry: Attacked four people with a machete at a restaurant and then fled the scene. Police spotted the vehicle that Barry was driving and forced it off 
the road. Barry then attempted to get out of the passenger side of the vehicle, and an officer Tased him with no effect. Barry lunged at an officer with a machete 
and a knife in his hand, and was shot and killed by Columbus police. (Ohio)

Mohamed Elrawi: Attempted murder and criminal threats after chasing one of his neighbor's with a sword in hand yelling “I would die and kill for Allah”. 
(California)

Mohamed Yousef ElShinawy: Providing support to the Islamic State terrorist organization (ISIS). (Maryland) 

Mohamed Abdihamid Farah: Conspiracy and / or attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization (Islamic State). Others. 
(Minnesota, California) 

Mohamed Said, a naturalized U.S. citizen who has a master’s degree in computer science from California State University in Los Angeles: Pleaded guilty to one 
count of conspiracy to provide material support to foreign terrorist organizations. (Florida)

Mohammad Abdul Rahman Abukhdair: Plotting to travel to Mauritania in West Africa to engage in jihad. (Alabama)

Mohammad Ajmal Choudhry: Conspiracy to murder in a foreign country. Transmitting threats through interstate communications. (New York)  

Mohammad Haffan Hamdan: Plotting to travel to Syria and join the Hezbollah terrorist organization. (Michigan)

Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez: Opened fire on two U.S. Military recruiting centers, killing four U.S. Marines, a U.S. Navy Petty Officer, and wounding a 
Chattanooga Police Officer. (Tennessee) (Deceased)

Mohammed Abdullah Hassan, also known as John Thomas Booker Jr.: One count of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction. One count of attempting 
to damage property by means of an explosive. One count of attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State. (Kansas)

Mohammed Hamzah Khan: Attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. (Illinois)

Mohammed Rafik Naji: Supporting terrorism, after making online postings supporting ISIS in plotting to commit an attack in Times Square similar to that in 
Nice, France. (New York)

Mohamud Abdi Yusuf: Providing material support to a designated terrorist organization. (Missouri)

Mohanned Seif: Enterprise corruption, money laundering and other tax crimes for his role as a reseller in a cigarette smuggling ring that has ties to Hamas.           
(New York)

Mozaffar Khazaee: Attempting to ship stolen documentation on the high-tech F-35 Joint Strike Fighter military plane to Iran. (Connecticut)

Muaffaq Askar: Enterprise corruption, money laundering and other tax crimes for his role as a reseller in a cigarette smuggling ring that has ties to Hamas.            
(New York)

Mufeed Attal: Enterprise corruption, money laundering and other tax crimes for his role as a distributor in a cigarette smuggling ring that has ties to Hamas.          
(New York)

Mufid Elfgeeh: Providing material support to a foreign terrorist organization. Planning to kill U.S. soldiers returning from war. Attempting to kill employees of 
the United States. Weapons violations. (New York)

Mufid Kamal Mrad: Attempted money laundering and bulk cash smuggling. Mrad was arrested in a government sting operation in which he believed he was    
smuggling cash into Lebanon for the Hezbollah terrorist group. In discussions with a government informant, Mrad suggested smuggling cash in the tires of             
used cars shipped overseas to Lebanon. (Virginia)

Muhammad Abdullah Hassan: Wanted by the FBI and military authorities for planning a "Fort Hood jihad style" attack. Hassan had been a recruit of the 
U.S. Army in Kansas City, but was discharged before he was to report for basic training after the plot was uncovered. (Kansas)

Muhammad Oda Dakhlalla: Conspiracy to provide material support to the Islamic State terrorist organization (ISIS / ISIL). (Mississippi)

Muhammad Qayyum: Aggravated cruelty to animals and harming a service animal in the second-degree. Qayyum, an Uber driver in Manhattan, told his       
nine-months pregnant passenger that he would not transport her service dog, pulled the dog from the vehicle and slammed it onto the street, dislocating 
the dog's hip. (New York)

Muhanad Budawi: Attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State terrorist group. (California) 

Muhanad Mahmoud al Farekh: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (Texas)

Muhummed Isa Al Mahdi (Kirk Figueroa): Shooting two police officers. Al Mahdi had reportedly made a post on a website describing his Islamic “rebirth” 
after visiting a mosque in South Africa. (Massachusetts) (Deceased)

Muna Osman Jama: Providing material support to al- Shabaab, a Somalian terrorist organization. (Virginia)

Munir Abdulkader: Planning the kidnapping and execution of a U.S. military employee and an the attack on a police station. (Ohio)  

Munther Mahmoud: ​Enterprise corruption, money laundering and other tax crimes for his role as a distributor in a cigarette smuggling ring that has ties to Hamas. 
(New York)

Munther Omar Saleh: Plotting to set off a pressure cooker bomb in New York City in support of the Islamic State terrorist organization. (New York)​

Murad Bisharat: Enterprise corruption, money laundering and other tax crimes for his role as a reseller in a cigarette smuggling ring that has ties to Hamas.           
(New York)

Musab Masmari: Arson with possible hate crime charges to be added after reportedly setting fire to a crowded gay nightclub shortly after midnight on 
New Years Day. According to investigative documents, Masmari told a friend “that homosexuals should be exterminated.”  (Washington State)

Mustafa Barimac: Making a terrorist threat after allegedly telling co-workers at a luxury car-detailing shop that he belonged to ISIS and could have their job site 
blown up by making one phone call. (Missouri)

Mutasim Abdul-Aziz Alati: Alati, a Saudi national, pleaded guilty to federal charges of evading authorities and illegally entering military property after showing up 
at the main entrance to Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio and telling military police that he had a bomb in his vehicle. This prompted a high-speed chase through 
the post and a four-hour lockdown of the facility. After Alati was caught, no bomb was found. A U.S. District judge agreed to not sentence Alati to more prison 
time than he had already served on the condition that he leave the United States immediately and not return for the rest of his life. (Texas)

Nader Elhuzayel: Attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State terrorist group. (California)

Nader Saadeh: Attempting to provide support to the Islamic State terrorist organization (ISIS / ISIL). (New Jersey)

Nadir Soofi: Shooting suspect at the Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest in Garland. (Texas) (Deceased)

Naquan Smith: Menacing and criminal possession of a weapon with a possible hate crime charge after Smith, screaming "Allahu Akbar", threatened a Jewish 
man with a knife. (New York)

Nasim Irsan: Charged in the murder of an activist who help his sister convert to Christianity. (Texas)

Nathaniel Scheiern, convert to Islam: Murdering and trying to behead his grandparents. (California)

Nelash Mohamed Das: Attempting provide material support and resources to the Islamic State terrorist organization. (Maryand)

Nicholas "Nuh Amriki" Rovinski: Conspiracy to provide material support to the Islamic State terrorist organization. Plotting to attack police officers. Plotting to 
behead anti-jihadist Pamela Geller. (Rhode Island)

Nicholas Young, convert to Islam and Washington, D.C., Metro Transit police officer: Attempting to provide material support to ISIS. (Virginia, Washington, D.C.) 

Nihad Rosic: Providing material support to terrorists and conspiring to provide material support and resources to terrorists, (New York)

Noelle Velentzas: Planning to build and detonate a bomb somewhere in the United States after being radicalized at least in part by ISIS. (New York)

Omar Faraj Saeed Al Hardan: Attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State terrorist organization (ISIS /ISIL). Unlawfully attempting to gain 
U.S. citizenship. Other. (Texas)

Omar Mateen: Mass murderer: Mateen entered a gay nightclub armed with an assault-type rifle, a handgun and a “suspicious device,” and opened fire, killing 
at least forty-nine and wounding fifty-three. According to reports, Mateen had "leanings" toward the jihad ideology, bragged about having ties to terror groups, 
and pledged allegiance to the Islamic State terrorist organization. (Florida) (Deceased)

Omer Fadhel Saleh Mohammed: Making false bomb threats against the Eastman Kodak Co. (New York)

Peshwaz Azad Waise: Making a terroristic threat, telling those inside a center for women to take copies of the Qur'ans he was offering and give them to the 
Chaplain... "or die". (Texas)   

Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis; In the U.S. on a student visa: Attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction. Attempting to provide material support        
to al Qaida in a plot to blow up the Federal Reserve. (New York)

Raees Alam Qazi: Conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction against people and property in the United States. (Florida)

Rahatul Ashikim Khan: Conspiracy to recruit people to travel overseas and provide support for terrorist activities, including committing violent jihad. (Texas)

Raheel Mahrus Ubaydah, aka Christopher Lee Cornell: Attempting to kill a U.S. government official. In a message written to an informant, Ubaydah reportedly 
said “I believe that we should just wage jihad under our own orders and plan attacks and everything,” “I believe we should meet up and make our own group 
in alliance with the Islamic State here and plan operations ourselves.” (Ohio)

Ralph Deleon, convert to Islam: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists, conspiring to murder U.S. military and government personnel and conspiracy 
to commit murder, kidnapping or maiming overseas. (California)

Ramiz Zijad Hodzic: Providing material support to terrorists and conspiring to provide material support and resources to terrorists. (Missouri)

Randy "Rasheed" Wilson: Plotting to travel to Mauritania in West Africa to engage in jihad. (Alabama)

Rasheed Abdul Aziz: Wearing a camouflage helmet, camouflage pants, a tactical vest and boots, Aziz entered a church through a side door while carrying a firearm, 
and stated to the church's pastor that Allah had told him to "slay infidels". (Texas)

Reaz Qadir Khan: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (Oregon)

Regis L. Walker: Mailing threats to carry out Islamic State jihad massacres at schools, beaches and bases. (Florida)

Reshad Riddle: Aggravated murder, having weapons under disability and carrying a concealed weapon in connection with shooting his father in the head outside
of a church. When police arrived at the scene, they found Riddle inside the church, standing at the podium and holding a gun in the air. They also found a Qur'an       
at the podium and reported that after the killing, Riddle, who also had several knives on him, was quoting the Qur'an and said that he had "served his purpose".  
(Ohio)

Ribhi Awadeh: ​​Enterprise corruption, money laundering and other tax crimes for his role as a distributor in a cigarette smuggling ring that has ties to Hamas.         
(New York)

Rizek Musheisen: Two counts of bias intimidation. (New Jersey)

Robert Lorenzo Hester Jr.: Attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. (Missouri)

Robel Phillipos: Lying to federal agents investigating the Boston Marathon bombing. (Massachusetts)

Robert Blake Jackson, Making materially false statements in a federal investigation, lying to federal agents who were investigating his alleged support of the 
Islamic State. (Florida)

Saad Badr: Enterprise corruption, money laundering and other tax crimes for his role as a distributor in a cigarette smuggling ring that has ties to Hamas.              
(New York)

Sabirhan Hasanoff: Pleaded guilty to providing material support to al Qaida. (New York)

Saddam Mohamed Raishani: Attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization. (New York)

Safa Alidoust: False reporting of an explosive device associated with terroristic threats. Two counts of assault against a law enforcement officer. (Mississippi)

Safya Yassin: Making threats over the Internet. (Missouri)

Saida Chatti: Calling police and reporting a manufactured story about a group of people plotting to bomb a majority-Muslim high school in retaliation for the 
November 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris. (Michigan)

Sajmir Alimehmeti: Attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State terrorist group. Making a false statement on an application for a U.S. passport. 
(New York)

Samir Ramadan: Enterprise corruption, money laundering and other tax crimes for his role as Treasurer in a cigarette smuggling ring that has ties to Hamas.         
(New York)

Samuel Rahamin Topaz: Conspiracy to provide material support to the Islamic State terror group. (New Jersey)

Samy Mohammed Hamzeh: Possessing machine guns and a silencer. According to the criminal complaint, Hamzeh engaged in conversations with two confidential 
sources in Arabic. which were monitored and translated. During those recorded conversations, Hamzeh explained that he wanted to commit a domestic act of 
violence and earlier this month, settled on a Masonic temple in Milwaukee as his target. (Wisconsin)

Sebastian Gregerson, aka Abdurrahman Bin Mikaayl: Illegally purchasing an arsenal of explosives and other devices capable of mass casualties. According to 
the report, Gregerson described tactics he would use to commit an attack on a building with grenades. (Michigan)

Sedina Unkic Hodzic: Providing material support to terrorists and conspiring to provide material support and resources to terrorists. (Missouri)

Sheheryar Alam Qazi: Conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction against people and property in the United States. (Florida)

Shelton Thomas Bell, convert to Islam: Conspiracy and attempting to provide material support to terrorists. (Florida)

Shmou Ali Alrawabdeh: Charged in the murder of an activist who helped her daughter convert to Christianity. (Texas)

Sohiel Omar Kabir: Conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. (California)

Soliman Obaid B. Altamimi: Making a threat of terrorism. (Iowa)

Sultane Room Salim: Providing material support to al Qaida. (Ohio)

Syed Farook: Stormed a holiday party and opened fire on co-workers at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, killing fourteen and injuring twenty-one. 
According to reports, Farook was a supporter of the ISIS terrorist organization. During a search of his home, police discovered more than a dozen pipe bombs 
and thousands of rounds of ammunition. Farook was killed in a shootout with police shortly after the murders. (California) (Deceased) 

Tairod Pugh, U.S. Air Force Veteran, convert to Islam: Attempting to provide material support to a terror organization. Other. (New York)

Talal Nimer: Nimer admitted to shooting his daughter and non-Muslim boyfriend because he didn't like her dating a non-Muslim. (Texas)

Tamerlan Tsarnaev: Using a weapon of mass destruction in connection with the Boston Marathon bombing. (Massachusetts) (Deceased)

​Tashfeen Malik: Stormed a holiday party with her husband Syed Farook and opened fire on his co-workers at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, 
killing fourteen and injuring twenty-one. During a search of the home she shared with Farook, police discovered more than a dozen pipe bombs and thousands 
of rounds of ammunition. Malik was killed in a shootout with police shortly after the attack.(California) (Deceased)   

Terrence J. McNeil: Solicitation of a crime of violence by uploading a file on Sept. 24 to a Tumblr account that showed photos, addresses and military branch of 
purported members of the military. One of the slides read: "O Brothers in America, know that the jihad against the crusaders is not limited to the lands of the 
Khilafah, it is a world-wide jihad and their war is not just a war against the Islamic State, it is a war against Islam… Know that it is wajib ("necessary") for you to 
kill these kuffar! and now we have made it easy for you by giving you addresses, all you need to do is take the final step, so what are you waiting for? Kill them 
in their own lands, behead them in their own homes, stab them to death as they walk their streets thinking that they are safe"...

Terrence Lavaron Thomas: Two counts of assault with intent to murder, one count of carrying a dangerous weapon. Other. While standing at a bus stop, 
Thomas, a self-described Muslim, asked a group of people if they were Muslim. When two of them said no, Thomas pulled a knife and attacked them, 
stabbing one of the victims five times. (Michigan)  

Terry Lee Loewen: Attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. Attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction and attempting to 
destroy property with an explosive device by setting off a bomb at the Wichita Mid-Continent Airport. In a letter to his wife, Loewen wrote that he hoped to cause 
"maximum carnage and death" in "the path of Allah". (Kansas)

Thomas Bastian, convert to Islam: Plotting with his wife, Michelle to bomb the prison where he is serving time for murder. (Arizona) 

Touraj Ghavidel: Illegally exporting approximately 12 million dollars worth of computers to Iran. Investigators said that Ghavidel and Borna Faizy conspired to ship 
computers and various part through Dubai to hide the final destination. (Texas)

Ubeida Ametova, aka Heather Coffman: Making a false statement regarding an offense involving international or domestic terrorism while attempting to support 
the ISIS terrorist organization. (Virginia)

Usaamah Rahim: Plotting to attack police. Plotting to behead anti-jihadist Pamela Geller. (Massachusetts) (Deceased)

Wahib Sadek: Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Assaulting a public servant. During the arrest, Sadek also claimed to be affiliated with the ISIS terrorist 
group. (Texas)

Wasil Farooqui: Two counts of aggravated malicious wounding after stabbing two people while screaming “Allahu akbar”. (Virginia) 

Wissam Allouche: Not disclosing his membership in the Amal militia and Hezbollah in Lebanon in the 1980s during his quest to obtain his U.S. citizenship. 
Not disclosing his prior membership in those groups when he applied for a security clearance with the Defense Department when he sought a contracting 
job. (Texas) 

Yahya Farooq Mohammad: Providing material support to al Qaida. (Ohio)

Yosvany Padilla-Conde: Aiding and abetting an attempt to provide material support or resources to a foreign terrorist organization. (Wisconsin)

Yousef al-Khattab, a founder of the Revolution Muslim group and the Islamic Thinkers Society: Pleaded guilty to using his Islamic organization’s website to       
advocate violence against those whose ideals he found offensive to his religion. (New Jersey) 

Youssef Odeh: Enterprise corruption, money laundering and other tax crimes for his role as a distributor in a cigarette smuggling ring that has ties to Hamas.        
(New York)

Youssif Z. Omar: Child abuse. Omar entered the high school of his fourteen-year-old female relative, saw that she was not wearing her hijab, grabbed her 
violently by her hair, slapped her in the face, and then dragged her by her hair down a flight of stairs and put her into his car. According to reports, Omar's 
Linkedin page states that he is an assistant professor at the University of Missouri. (Missouri)  

Zacharia Yusuf Abdurahman: Conspiracy and / or attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization (Islamic State). Others. 
(Minnesota, California) 

Zahid Yousaf: Conspiracy to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization. (Washington, D.C.)

Zakaryia Abdin: Attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization. (South Carolina) 

Zale Thompson, convert to Islam: Attacking police officers with an 18.5 inch-long hatchet, hitting one officer in the right arm and another in the head. 
(New York) (Deceased)




















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