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‘Jihad Jack’ given five-year term

An Australian man known as “Jihad Jack” has been sentenced to five years in prison for receiving funds from al-Qaeda. Muslim convert Joseph “Jack” Thomas was found guilty in February of accepting Aus$5,000 ($3,500) and a plane ticket from an al-Qaeda agent in Pakistan. The former taxi driver faced a maximum of 25 years in prison. He is the first person to be convicted under new Australian anti-terror legislation adopted in October 2002. Full Story

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