Welcome to FakeTerror.com
The main purpose behind this site is to raise awareness about the several Houston Muslims who were falsely accused and jailed in November 2006. On this site you will find their short biographies, news, and information on how you can help.
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We pray for the quick release of these and all other innocent Muslims who have been unjustly imprisoned. Insha-Allah (God willing) this will be a cleansing for their sins and raising of their ranks in Paradise. This is a trial for them and for us by Allah to test who will be steadfast on the religion of truth. We must be aware that if we don’t help them today we may be in their position later. May Allah protect all of us from this fitnah (trial / tribulation).
BRIEF OVERVIEW OF THE CASE
More details can be read here (How it all began?)
A few friends used to go on casual camping trips but in 2005, 2 undercover FBI informants made there way through as helpful Muslim friends. One of the informants brought guns into the group for target practice. During the trip the informants recorded conversations on jihad that they inititated and also took pictures of students holding the guns. In November 2006, the accused found out that they were not even allowed to hold guns on their student visa according to a rarely known law which was recently enacted. They never carried the fire arms in any public place but only had access over the weekend trip.
Shiraz Qazi went on the trip only once and is charged with one count of weapons violation. Syed Maaz Shah went 2 times on the camping trip and charged on 2 counts. Adnan Mirza is charged on 3 counts plus ‘conspiracy to defraud the United States’. Kobie Williams plead guilty in exchange of a lowered sentence of ~5 years instead of the ~35 years that he could have faced if he were found guilty in court. FBI put a lot of pressure on him and Adnan as well.
Note: The views expressed in this blog do not necessarily represent those of the families or individuals who are involved in the case.