American al-Qaeda?

Maybe the FBI and al-Qaeda should coordinate a frequent flyer program. Last week yet another alleged al-Qaeda sympathizer in Southeast Asia was handed over to American officials and sent packing to the U.S. on a military plane. Slight difference this time: the suspect is an American. U.S. authorities claim Ahmed Ibrahim Bilal, who was deported from Malaysia on Oct. 11 after his passport was revoked by Washington, is part of a six-person al-Qaeda terror cell based in Oregon. The group is alleged to have "conspired to wage war" against the U.S., most notably when five of them sought to enter Afghanistan...

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