MSU Students Denied Bond For Allegedly Trying To Leave Country And Join ISIS

By  | August 11, 2015 | Filed under: News
Muhammad Dakhalla

Muhammad Dakhalla

COLUMBUS MS-Two students from Mississippi State University have admitted to federal officials their intent to join ISIS this information comes from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Both Students Muhammad Dakhalla, 22 and Jaelyn Young, 19


Jaelyn Young

were stopped at the airport in Columbus, Mississippi as they were trying to board a flight out of the country. Both of the suspects are U.S. citizens.  Both have been under investigation since May when  authorities became aware of Young’s desire to join ISIS.

A federal judge in Oxford, Mississippi denied bond on Tuesday, August 11.  According to the judge bond was denied for fear the two would try to commit acts of terror if they were not jailed.



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