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About Adnan Babar Mirza January 24, 2007

Posted by faketerror in Adnan Mirza.
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Adnan (30) came to US in 2001 on student visa and was studying in Houston Community College. He was very active in the Muslim community… especially with 877-WhyIslam Dawah project. Every weekend he used to serve food to the homeless in downtown Houston. He also helped in organizing other charity events such as distibuting clothes, non-perishable food items and other daily-use stuff for the Somalian refugees living in Southwest Houston.

He and the other brothers went on camping trips in 2005 in which 2 undercover FBI informants (Muslims) made there way through. The FBI informants would have regular casual conversations about jihad and get their inputs all the while secretly recording their conversations.

Adnan pleaded not guilty to the terroism charges and is awaiting trial. His trial was supposed to take place in January but was pushed ahead to May as the FBI requested more time to submit evidence to Adnan’s lawyers. Thereby extending his imprisonment.

He currently doesn’t have any direct family members in the US as he was living with his relatives and thus no one can visit him in the prison. Only direct family members are allowed to visit inmates. You can imagine the pain and suffering he may be going thru. They were only recently allowed to meet other inmates.

You are urged to write to him to show your support at his address:
ADNAN BABAR MIRZA #66255-179
FDC HOUSTON, FEDERAL DETENTION CENTER
P.O. BOX 526255, HOUSTON, TX 77052

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About Shiraz Syed Qazi January 24, 2007

Posted by faketerror in Shiraz Syed Qazi.
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Shiraz (26) came to the US on student visa in 1999 from Kuwait (originally from Karachi, Pakistan) and was studying in HCC. He got married in late 2005. He was very active in the Muslim community and was very helpful when ever someone needed him. He was arrested in November 2006 after FBI raided his home and searched for anything that they could use against him. They also took one copy of the Koran for analysis. They took Shiraz in custody without even informing his wife who was in another room.

Shiraz appeared in court on December, 2006 and was being defended by a public defender. The only charge against him is that he once went out with his friends on the camping trip and held a gun while the undercover FBI informant took his and other’s pictures. Neither did he or anyone else know that it was illegal to posses a firearm under student visa. This new law was only recently established.

You are urged to write to him to show your support at his address:
SHIRAZ QAZI #56406-179
FDC HOUSTON, FEDERAL DETENTION CENTER
P.O. BOX 526255, HOUSTON, TX 77052