An American Jewish man pleaded guilty for his role in transferring money linked to terrorist arms dealings. Yehuda Abraham, 76, was nabbed last summer along with two other men after one tried to sell a surface-to-air missile to FBI informants posing as terrorists who wanted to shoot down a commercial airplane. A New York jeweler, Abraham said he neither knew nor asked what the money – – approximately $30,000 — was to be used for, CNN.com reported.
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