The Imam’s Curse

The New Yorker‘s Evan Osnos writes on the plight of Pakistani emigrant Hafiz Khan and his family, who were the target of an FBI investigation into financing terrorism. Khan, an imam at a Miami mosque, was arrested and found guilty of providing material support to the Taliban, even though little evidence was presented against him. “I have done nothing wrong,” Khan says. “The only thing that I might have done wrong was saying things in anger.”

Read at The New Yorker

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