DETROIT (AP) — A Michigan man on the FBI's most wanted list of terror suspects is accused of using a fake passport to try to get into Israel and conduct a bombing on behalf of the Islamic militant group Hezbollah.
That's according to an indictment unsealed in federal court in Detroit.
An August 2009 indictment only unsealed within the past week charges 44-year-old Faouzi Ayoub with one count of passport fraud.
Federal prosecutors accuse the Lebanese-born Ayoub of using a passport under the name Frank Mariano Boschi to enter Israel in October 2000.
The indictment doesn't indicate whether authorities believe Ayoub participated in any bombing.
FBI officials in Detroit declined Wednesday to discuss the case, say where Ayoub was believed to be now or explain why the indictment was unsealed.