"...[W]e are in your emails and computer systems, watching and recording your every move, we have your names and addresses, we are in your emails and social media accounts, we are extracting confidential data and passing on your personal information to the soldiers of the khilafah, who soon with the permission of Allah will strike at your necks in your own lands!"Malaysian authorities arrested Ferizi back in October 2015 and later extradited him to the United States, where he faced a maximum sentence of 35 years in prison for a number of charges, including providing material support to a terrorist organization and aggravated identity theft. Assistant Attorney General Carlin believes Ferizi's sentence sends a strong message to committed terrorists and their sympathizers. As quoted in a statement released by the Department of Justice:
"This case represents the first time we have seen the very real and dangerous national security cyber threat that results from the combination of terrorism and hacking. This was a wake-up call not only to those of us in law enforcement, but also to those in private industry. This successful prosecution also sends a message to those around the world that, if you provide material support to designated foreign terrorist organizations and assist them with their deadly attack planning, you will have nowhere to hide. As this case shows, we will reach half-way around the world if necessary to hold accountable those who engage in this type of activity. I want to thank the corporation that worked with law enforcement to solve this crime, and the agents, analysts and prosecutors who worked on this groundbreaking case."As of this writing, it's unclear when Ferizi will begin serving out his sentence.