NYC ‘Hezbollah Dad’ arrested for trying to help MUSLIM TERRORIST thugs

Two men — including a married father of two from Queens, NY were hit with federal terrorism charges yesterday for trying to provide weapons, ammunition and vehicles to the Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah.

Patrick Nayyar-Muslim terrorist pal

Patrick Nayyar, 45, of Flushing, Queens, NY — who is being held without bail — and his alleged accomplice, Conrad Mulholland, 43, who is still at large, were indicted in Manhattan for conspiring to provide material support to a terrorist organization.

The men are accused of supplying a Colt handgun, hollow-point bullets and a pickup truck to an FBI informant who said he worked for the terrorist organization, according to court papers. In a series of meetings from July through September, the suspects allegedly made a deal to sell the informant additional guns, vehicles, bulletproof vests and night-vision goggles.

According to court papers, the weapons changed hands in Nayyar’s mother’s apartment, which is in his building.

On Aug. 3, Nayyar — an illegal immigrant from India who was denied citizenship in 2006 for undisclosed reasons — directed his mother to bring a gun from her bedroom to show the informant, who was wearing a wire. The woman left the room and returned with a black handgun, according to court papers.

Nayyar — a contractor who also worked as the super at his building — handed the weapon to the informant, along with a box of ammunition that was marked “For Law Enforcement Use Only, Not for Retail Sale,” the feds charge. Two days later, the informant returned to the apartment and paid him $1,000.

Yesterday, he was arraigned on the new charges in Manhattan federal court, pleading not guilty to five counts of providing material support to a terrorist organization, making contributions to Hezbollah and illegal possession of a weapon. NY POST

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