Abdul Kadir, one of the two men who were convicted on charges of trying to blow up fuel lines at JFK airport, was sentenced to life in prison today. Kadir, a former member of Guyana's parliament, was one of four people who faced multiple charges after a 2007 plot to explode fuel tanks and the fuel pipeline under the airport failed. Last summer, he defended himself against the terrorism charges, and claimed that he was only pretending to go along with the alleged plot because he hoped the others plotters would introduce him to rich Muslims whom he could hit up for money to build a mosque back home.