Mostafa is on the FBI's Most Wanted Terrorist List and the organization is fearful he may be planning an attack in the U.S. The FBI unsealed the indictment against the Waukesha, Wis., native Monday, accusing him of supporting a foreign terrorist organization.
"Al-Shabaab's reign of terror threatens US national security, our global allies and innocent civilians".
PHOTO: U.S Attorney Robert Brewer speaks in front of an Federal Bureau of Investigation poster depicting Jehad Serwan Mostafa during a news conference Monday, Dec. 2, 2019, in San Diego. "The FBI has not forgotten, has not stopped working, and will not stop until Mostafa is found".
Mostafa remains a key figure on the FBI's Most Wanted Terrorist List.
The organization was deemed a terrorist group in 2008, and a year later, he was indicted with charges of providing support to a terrorist organization, the release said.
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The group claimed responsibility for two September 30 attacks on US and European military targets in Somalia, including one by an estimated 25 fighters who were killed when they tried to storm the Belidogle military airstrip, which hosts Somali and USA forces.
Mostafa grew up in the San Diego area and attended the University of California, San Diego.
Officials say they believe Mostafa - who is also known as "Ahmed Grey, "Ahmed", "Anwar", "Abu Anwar al Muhajir" and 'Abu Abdallah al Muhajir" - is in Somalia now. He joined al-Shabaab in approximately 2006 and federal officials say he began rising in the terrorist group's ranks.
They believe Mostafa is in Somalia right now.
In 2010, al-Shabaab carried out a suicide bombing at a bar in Uganda during a World Cup soccer match, killing 76 people including a U.S. citizen who had been working in the region for a San Diego-based non-profit.
One of the group's deadliest attacks targeted the Westgate shopping mall in Kenya that killed 60 people in 2013.