This photo taken in 2007 by a U.S. consular officer and submitted by the subject's father, Mohamed Meshal, shows Amir Meshal, of Bloomington, Minn., filling out a U.S. passport application at Ethiopian National Intelligence and Security Service headquarters in Addis Ababa. Over the past year, Meshal has been banned from at least two suburban mosques over concerns about his influence on young people

This photo taken in 2007 by a U.S. consular officer and submitted by the subject's father, Mohamed Meshal, shows Amir Meshal, of Bloomington, Minn., filling out a U.S. passport application at Ethiopian National Intelligence and Security Service headquarters in Addis Ababa. Over the past year, Meshal has been banned from at least two suburban mosques over concerns about his influence on young people

"Amid ISIS terror concerns, a Minnesota man is scrutinized but not charged" Minnesota Public Radio News

Amir Meshal came under close scrutiny after the FBI dubbed him "operationally capable" of carrying out a violent act of terrorism. Karen Greenberg comments, "This situation raises a lot of flags: What does it mean to be suspected? What does it mean to be targeted?"

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