FILE: Ghassan Elashi, chairman of the Holy Land Foundation in Richardson, Texas, speaks at a news conference in this Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2001, file photo. Elashi and three of his brothers, Bayan, Basman, and Hazim were arrested and indicted Wednesday morning by the the FBI terrorism task force with 33-counts of money laundering and conspiracy. The fifth brother, Ihsan Elashyi, also known as Sammy Elashyi has been serving time for illegally exporting computer goods to banned countries in the Middle East. (AP Photo/Dawn Dietrich, File)
FILE: Ghassan Elashi, chairman of the Holy Land Foundation in Richardson, Texas, speaks at a news conference in this Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2001, file photo. Elashi and three of his brothers, Bayan, Basman, and Hazim were arrested and indicted Wednesday morning by the the FBI terrorism task force with 33-counts of money laundering and conspiracy. The fifth brother, Ihsan Elashyi, also known as Sammy Elashyi has been serving time for illegally exporting computer goods to banned countries in the Middle East. (AP Photo/Dawn Dietrich, File) DAWN DIETRICH AP
FILE: Ghassan Elashi, chairman of the Holy Land Foundation in Richardson, Texas, speaks at a news conference in this Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2001, file photo. Elashi and three of his brothers, Bayan, Basman, and Hazim were arrested and indicted Wednesday morning by the the FBI terrorism task force with 33-counts of money laundering and conspiracy. The fifth brother, Ihsan Elashyi, also known as Sammy Elashyi has been serving time for illegally exporting computer goods to banned countries in the Middle East. (AP Photo/Dawn Dietrich, File) DAWN DIETRICH AP

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