Two Middle Eastern refugees from Iraq and Syria have been arrested on two different terror-related charges in the U.S.
But what does "providing material support" even mean? According to the Department of Justice, Al Hardan offered "training, expert advice and assistance, and personnel – specifically himself" to ISIS.
Under U.S. law, a charge of providing material support to a terror organization, ISIS in this case, can include the "material" as a person, money and possibly social media interactions.
But that definition doesn't mean Al Hardan was planning an attack in the U.S. (Video via KHOU)
There've been a lot of people charged with providing material support to terror groups in the U.S. According to the Anti-Defamation League, of the 78 individuals indicted on terror-related charges in 2015, 53 were accused of providing material support. (Videos via WIVB, WBTV)
Of those who received ISIS-related charges, other research says 81 percent were U.S. nationals.