Suspects in FBI mosque raid get bail. Canada

FBI Raids Michigan CBC…Two Canadian men accused by the FBI of conspiring to commit federal crimes in the U.S. have been granted bail in Windsor, Ont., but with a number of conditions that will be announced later Friday.

Mohammad Al-Sahli, 33, and Yasir Ali Khan, 30,[pictured]  will be released on $300,000 bond.

They also have to meet with the RCMP every Friday, live with relatives, stay home from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. [ I suspect the times reported are a misprint] every day, hand over their travel documents and stay in the Windsor-Essex area.

Both men have been held in custody since their arrest in Windsor on Oct. 30.

They were the last of 11 men sought in an FBI complaint that listed several charges, including conspiracy to sell stolen goods.

They were also allegedly involved in a radical Islamic group whose leader, Luqman Ameen Abdullah, 53, was fatally shot by FBI agents during a raid on his mosque in Dearborn, Mich., on Oct. 28.

About 100 members of Windsor’s Muslim community attended Friday morning’s bail hearing at the Superior Court of Justice, filling the courtroom.

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