‘Boogaloo Bois’ charged with attempting to provide support for Hamas

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“This case can only be understood as a disturbing example of the old adage: ‘the enemy of your enemy is your friend.”

-John Demers, chief of the Justice Department’s National Security Division

Federal prosecutors charged two suspects linked to the far-right Boogaloo Bois with attempting to provide material support for the anti-Israel terror group Hamas in an unusual alignment of extremist interests.

Michael Solomon, 30, and Benjamin Teeter, 22, made their first court appearance in Minneapolis Friday when they were ordered to remain in custody pending a detention hearing next week.

The two suspects, self-avowed members of the violent, anti-government Boogaloos, were swept up in a federal sting operation when they allegedly expressed their desire to become “mercenaries” for Hamas as a means to raise money to purchase a training compound for the group, according to court documents.

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