Queens Men Charged In Synagogue Terror Plot To Appear In Court
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Two Queens men suspected of plotting to blow up Manhattan synagogues are due back in court today.
Ahmed Ferhani, 26, and Mohamed Mamdou, 20, could find out if a grand jury has indicted them.
Police say Ferhani was arrested after he tried to buy handguns, a grenade and hundreds of rounds of ammo from undercover officers.
Mamdou was picked up a few blocks away.
Prosecutors say an undercover detective secretly taped both men discussing a synagogue attack.
The men are charged with conspiracy as a crime of terrorism under a rarely used state law.
Both men deny the charges.