"Some of the guys who were missing aren't missing anymore," the source told FOX News. "Some of them got blown up and some of them came back, and some of them are still there [in Somalia]."
The source would not say publicly if authorities know the whereabouts of the men who returned to the U.S., nor would the source say if authorities are pursuing arrests in the case. But Muslim leaders in the Minneapolis area told FOX News that they believe arrests are coming.
The FBI has been investigating at least 20 Somali-American men — most from the Minneapolis area — who have traveled to war-torn Somalia, where some of them trained and fought with al-Shabaab, according to counterterrorism officials.
In October 2008, Shirwa Ahmed — a 27-year-old college student from Minneapolis — became the first known American suicide bomber when he blew himself up in Somalia, where the moderate government has been warring with al-Shabaab since 2006. Ahmed's body was flown back to the U.S. and buried in early December...more..http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,510073,00.html