NYC bomb-plot suspect tied to 'mainstream' U.S. Muslim groupOne of the two women arrested Thursday for an alleged ISIS-inspired plot to detonate a bomb in New York City was an event speaker for a major “mainstream” Islamic organizations in the United States, an FBI official has confirmed to WND. Noelle Velentzas, 28, was arrested by federal authorities with Asia Siddiqui, 31, in Queens, New York, where they were roommates. According to court documents, they had direct connections to known or suspected terrorists in the U.S. and abroad. An FBI official at the New York City office told WND his investigators had information that Velentzas was a scheduled speaker at an event hosted by the Islamic Circle of North America, also known as ICNA. WND found references on the Web to two ICNA events in which a Noelle Velentzas was listed as a speaker – a fundraising banquet in 2013 and the group’s annual convention in 2012 – but the FBI official said he could not confirm that either of these events corresponded to his information. FULL REPORT