A Minnesota youth center is at the heart of a federal grand jury investigation into a suspected ISIS terrorist pipeline.

The FBI says that someone on the ground in Minnesota is convincing young people to join the terror fight in Syria, then giving them money to get there.

Up to 30 Somali-Americans who have reportedly joined or tried to join terrorist groups overseas had attended Al Farooq Youth and Family Center in Minnesota. That’s the same mosque that kicked out 31-year-old Amir Meshal this summer for allegedly proselytizing radical Islam ideologies.

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Minnesota Somali activist Omar Jamal was on “The Kelly File” to discuss this troubling news. Watch his interview and Trace Gallagher’s report in the video above.

Then, Judge Andrew Napolitano weighed in, telling Megyn Kelly, “The FBI has a lot of tools to stop these kids.”

Watch more from Napolitano below.