A 21-year-old suburban Chicago man awaiting trial on terrorism charges faced new allegations Tuesday that he attacked a fellow inmate who his attorney says taunted him with a cartoon drawing of the Prophet Muhammad.

At a separate status hearing in his terrorism case Tuesday, Adel Daoud told a judge he believes there is an elaborate conspiracy against him that includes plans for a trial where "the jurors are Freemasons hired by the judge."

Daoud, a U.S citizen, faces terrorism charges for allegedly trying to set off a bomb outside a downtown Chicago bar in 2012; the device was fake and part of an FBI sting.

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