Four jailed in Minnesota over al-Shabab recruitment

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BBC:

Mahamud Said Omar, Abdifatah Yusuf Isse, Salah Osman Ahmed, and Omer Abdi Mohamed (file) Prosecutors said the defendants had broken both the law and the hearts of family members
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Four men have been given prison sentences in the US state of Minnesota in connection with the recruitment of fighters for a Somali militant group.

Abdifatah Isse, Salah Ahmed and Ahmed Mahamud were jailed for three years by a federal judge after pleading guilty to providing material support to al-Shabab, a designated terrorist group.

Omer Mohamed was given 12 years for conspiracy to provide material support.

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