Va. mosque speaks out against alleged aspiring jihadists
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Va. mosque speaks out against alleged aspiring jihadists

Five men from Northern Va. who were arrested Tuesday in Pakistan traveled abroad hoping to work with jihadist groups and battle U.S. troops in Afghanistan. On Friday afternoon, leaders from the mosque they attended spoke out. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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