Yes, of course. Authorities the world over have decided that it’s far easier to pretend that jihadis and their supporters are mentally ill than to confront the reality of jihad.
“Former University of Alabama student sentenced for hiding funding to al Qaeda,” by Kenneth Garger, New York Post, April 28, 2022:
A former University of Alabama student was sentenced to more than seven years behind bars Wednesday for hiding financing to al Qaeda.
Alaa Mohd Abusaad, 26, had pleaded guilty in 2019 to a charge of concealing terrorism financing after telling an undercover FBI employee how to send money to terrorist fighters.
Abusaad also told the undercover fed that “money” for the terrorists “is always needed.”…
The woman’s lawyers argued she was left vulnerable to the dangers of the interest due to her mental health issues, WBMA-TV reported.