2 N.J. Men Arrested on Terrorism Charges

Two New Jersey men who allegedly advised to annihilate American troops were arrested Saturday at a New York City airport afore boarding flights on their way to accompany a jihadist accumulation in Somalia, a bi-weekly reported.Mohamed Hamoud Alessa, 20, and Carlos Eduardo Almonte, 26, were arrested at John F. Kennedy All-embracing Airport afore they could lath abstracted flights to Egypt and again abide on to Somalia, The Star-Ledger of Newark reported. The bi-weekly cited admiral accustomed with the capacity of the arrests who batten on action of anonymity because they were not accustomed to altercate the analysis publicly.Alessa, of North Bergen, and Almonte, of Elmwood Park, were answerable with conspiring to accomplish an act of all-embracing agitation through al-Shabaab, a agitated agitator accumulation based in Somalia and affiliated to al-Qaida, the admiral told the newspaper. Al-Shabaab was appointed by the U.S. as a agitator accumulation in 2008.The FBI and the New York Police Department accepted to The Associated Press that two men were arrested at the airport, but did not analyze them or accommodate added details.