Alabama Muslim charged with supporting act of terrorism

Jihad in America

WAAY 31 found out Sayyed frequented the Huntsville Islamic Center. Worshipers told WAAY 31 they are outraged by the allegations.

“If I heard him talking about bombing or killing people,” Aladin Beshir said. “Trust me, before he finished the sentence I would’ve been on the phone calling law enforcement.”

Liars.

Monitor every mosque tied to jihad activity. Why, sixteen years after 9/11, are we still not doing this?

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Posted by WAAY-TV on Thursday, June 15, 2017

Booking photo of Huntsville terrorism suspect revealed as local, federal investigation continues

By Travis Leder, WAAY TV,  June 15th 2017 (thanks to Kamala):

Huntsville police says a citizen tip has led investigators to arresting a 22-year-old man who now faces a terrorism charge.

Police say Aziz Sayyed, 22, of Huntsville is facing a charge of soliciting or providing support for an act of terrorism. Sayyed was arrested in the area of Church Street and Clinton Avenue Thursday afternoon. This comes as part of an ongoing investigation between Huntsville Police and the FBI.

Police are also searching a unit at Twickenham Village, an apartment complex off Sparkman Drive.

Investigators have removed an individual from the unit, and police say this is where they believe Sayyed had been staying recently. Neighbors say police arrived at around 5:30 p.m. Thursday.

Twickenham Village Scene

WAAY 31 found out Sayyed frequented the Huntsville Islamic Center. Worshipers told WAAY 31 they are outraged by the allegations.

“If I heard him talking about bombing or killing people,” Aladin Beshir said. “Trust me, before he finished the sentence I would’ve been on the phone calling law enforcement.”

Investigators say Sayyed’s arrest eliminates any threat to Huntsville and Madison County, including Redstone Arsenal.