2 More Men Linked to Radical Islamic Leader Killed in Shootout Arrested in Canada

The FBI says two men linked to the murdered leader of a Detroit mosque have been arrested in Ontario, Canada.

The FBI says Mohammad Philistine and Yassir Ali Khan were taken into custody about 8 a.m. Saturday in the Windsor area, across the border from Detroit. Both have ties there.

They were the last of 11 men sought in a criminal complaint filed Wednesday in federal court in Detroit. The main charge is conspiracy to sell stolen goods.

One of the 11, Luqman Ameen Abdullah, was fatally shot by federal agents while resisting arrest. He was a leader of a Detroit mosque.

The FBI says he had a radical, anti-government ideology. His allies deny it.

Hundreds of people attended Abdullah's funeral Saturday.