The U.S. news media is now reporting that the judge in the Holy Land Foundation terror financing trial has declared a mistrial after jurors were unable to reach a unanimous verdict. As documents released in the trial revealed, the Holy Land Foundation was part of a larger structure of the Muslim Brotherhood in the U.S. which also included most of the major Islamic organiozations in the U.S. such as the Council on American Islam Relations (CAIR) and the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA.) Mohammad El-Mezain, the Holy Land’s original chairman and endowments director, was unanimously acquitted on most of the counts but could still face prosecution on other charges. Mufid Abdulqader, a top Holy Land fundraiser and former Dallas public works supervisor, was found not guilty on all counts and Abdulrahman Odeh, the foundation’s New Jersey representative, was also acquitted on most of the charges. The jury was hung on the other counts. The government has indicated that it will retry the case.