An Uzbekistan resident dwelling in New York City who had been indicted for plotting to and endeavoring to offer material help to Islamic State was condemned to 15 years in jail on Friday, the U.S. Equity Department said.
Dilkhayot Kasimov, 34, was sentenced for the two includes following a preliminary in 2019. He was charged in 2015.
“Kasimov is an ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) ally who gathered and gave cash to one more person to subsidize his movement to join the fear monger bunch. With this sentence, Kasimov is being considered responsible for his violations,” Matthew Olsen, right hand principal legal officer for public safety, said in a proclamation.
The United States brands Islamic State a “unfamiliar psychological militant association.”
“Kasimov was important for a gathering of people who tried to go to Syria to join ISIS or to subsidize other people who looked to become unfamiliar contenders for ISIS,” Olsen said.
A delegate for Kasimov couldn’t promptly be gone after remark Friday.
In 2015, Kasimov’s co-schemers, Abdurasul Juraboev and Akhror Saidakhmetov, wanted to make a trip to Syria to battle for the benefit of Islamic State, the Justice Department said, adding that Kasimov gave cash to assist with subsidizing Saidakhmetov’s movement and costs.
Juraboev and Saidakhmetov were each recently condemned to 15 years in jail. The case was tested by the FBI.