Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Terrorist gets deported from the US after attempting to bomb the UN - Human rights groups are outraged

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US Deports Sudanese Man Convicted in New York City Bombing Plot.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement deported a Sudanese national who was involved in a large-scale terror scheme to blow up the United Nations and other areas around New York City.
The agency deported Amir Abdelghani, a 59-year-old convicted terrorist, back to his home country of Sudan on Oct. 12, according to an ICE press release. His removal marks the close of decades-long reprimand after a jury convicted him in 1996 of a foiled terrorist plot targeting major landmarks around the country’s most populous city.
Amir Abdelghani was sentenced to 30 years in prison for his part in the conspiracy headed by the Egyptian cleric Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman to target the United Nations, FBI offices and other New York City landmarks.
Among those involved in the plot was Abdelghani's cousin, Fadil Abdelghani, who was sentenced to 25 years in prison for his role, and deported to Sudan in 2015.