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Arizona Man Gets 12 Years in Prison in NY Islamic State Case

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An Arizona man convicted of helping a New Yorker join the Islamic State group in Syria was sentenced to 12 years in prison Tuesday by a judge who said he was not the typical "true believer'' terrorism defendant. Ahmed Mohammed el-Gammal, 48, a suburban Phoenix man who sold car parts, was sentenced by Judge Edgardo Ramos in Manhattan federal court. Ramos said the "consequences of Mr. el-Gammal's conduct were tragic indeed'' because the 24-year-old student...

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