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10 February 2017

Arizona Man Sentenced for Planning Islamic State-Inspired Attack in Texas A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem to 30 years in prison for his role in a 2015 attack on a cartoon-drawing contest in Garland, Texas.


A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem to 30 years in prison for his role in a 2015 attack on a cartoon-drawing contest in Garland, Texas. Arizona Man Sentenced for Planning Islamic State-Inspired Attack in Texas A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced a Phoenix man to 30 years in prison for helping to plan an ISIS inspired attack in Texas, a case that resulted in the first conviction of its kind won by the Justice Department. Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem, 45 years old, was found guilty last March of five charges related to his role in plotting an attack by two gunmen on a 2015 event in Garland, Texas, that featured a cartoon-drawing contest of the Prophet Muhammad. Both gunmen were killed in the attack, which wounded a security guard. The ISIS Terrorist group claimed responsibility for the attack.

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