A federal grand jury has indicted two central Indiana brothers for allegedly attempting to provide guns and other support to the Islamic State.

The Justice Department said Thursday that 21-year-old Moyad Dannon and 20-year-old Mahde Dannon, both of Fishers, also are charged with various firearms offenses.

It says between July and December 2018, the brothers sold several illegally obtained firearms to a person working with the FBI and began to make untraceable "ghost guns" by purchasing unmarked firearms parts online and assembling them into functional .223 caliber, semi-automatic rifles, which they sold to an undercover FBI agent. Prosecutors say the brothers believed the weapons were destined for the Islamic State.

Read more: WSBT (Indiana)