MIAMI – Two Muslim clerics accused of providing financial support to the Pakistani Taliban terrorist group are again seeking release on bail.
A hearing was set Friday in Miami federal court for 76-year-old Hafiz Muhammad Sher Ali Khan and his son, 24-year-old Izhar Khan. Both are imams at South Florida mosques. They have been in solitary confinement since their May 14 arrests.
A magistrate judge in May ordered both men held without bail until trial. Their lawyers say prosecutors have scant evidence that they pose any threat or would flee to Pakistan rather than stand trial.
A second son charged in the case, Irfan Khan, will have a bail hearing July 15.
Three other people, including a daughter and grandson of the elder Khan, are also charged but remain in Pakistan.
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