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    Author: Pamela Geller

    ISIS in our US army. A Hawaii soldier, Ikaika Erik Kang,  has been arrested for pledging allegiance to the Islamic State terrorist group and vowing to slaughter in the cause of Islam.

    Ironically, the Sergeant First Class ISIS soldier, a 2001 graduate of Kaiser High School, enlisted in the Army in December 2001, just months after the 9/11 attacks. The kicker is while facing terrorism charges he was a recipient of terrorism service medal.

    DoD jihad denial and avoidance makes such conversions inevitable. Our lack of civilizational self esteem coupled with loud demands for respect for Quran and Islamic texts and teachings will lead to more such conversions. Soldiers are commanded to show deep respect for the Quran, not the Bible. Any desecration of the Quran or accidental destruction of any part of the Quran leads to stiff penalties.

    Kang received extensive combatives training and achieved Level IV tactical Combat instructor
    status,which gives KANG the ability to serve as an instructor in combatives to other soldiers. “Combatives” is a style of Hand to hand combat. He was also a mixed martial arts expert. Kang videotaped these “combatives” sessions so they could be used by ISIS fighters to train other fighters.

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    According to the criminal complaint he was reprimanded on several occasiosn for “threatening to kill other soldiers and service members.”  He regulatory argued pro-ISIS while at work and on-post.  So why was he allowed to reain in the service?  He had his security clearance temporarily revoked but it was reinstated shortly after.

    Kang told a confidential informant that Hitler was right, saying he believed in the mass killing of Jews.

    He had “SECRET” files on his computer and approximately 486 documents that referenced ISIS, ISIL, and/or violence. These documents included 13 issues of the ISIS doctrinairee, Inspire Magazine. One issue was entitled Assassination Operations, and another entitled Targeting.”

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    Kang spoke of a civilian that he wanted to torture and kill. Kang  said that if he ever saw him again, he would tie him down and pour Drano in his eyes.

    The criminal complaint (see below) charges the infantry man “attempted to provide material support to ISIS by providing both classified military documents, and other sensitive but unclassified military documents, to persons he believed would pass the documents to ISIS.” Kang contributed to the purchase of a drone with the intent it would be provided ti ISIS during fighting.

    The FBI  “believes that Kang was a lone actor and was not associated with others who present a threat to Hawaii.” “A lone actor” — yes, along with hundreds of millions of other “loner actors” waging jihad in the cause of Allah.

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    FBI: Hawaii soldier with ties to ISIS threatened to ‘kill a bunch of people’

    By Hawaii News Now, July 10th 2017:

    HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – An active duty Hawaii soldier who was arrested for allegedly trying to provide material support and training to the Islamic State terrorist group told an undercover federal agent Saturday that he wanted to “kill a bunch of people.”

    A criminal complaint alleges that Ikaika Erik Kang, 34, was arrested at his Waipahu apartment Saturday, shortly after pledging his loyalty to ISIS and making the threatening statement.

    “A probable cause arrest was made in the interest of public safety,” Honolulu FBI Special Agent in Charge Paul D. Delacourt said Monday, after Kang’s first appearance in federal court. He added, “We believe that Kang was a lone actor and was not associated with others who present a threat to Hawaii.”

    Delacourt said Kang’s arrest came after an investigation that lasted for more than a year, and involved multiple agencies.

    Kang, who has two registered firearms and extensive “combatives training,” is assigned to the 25th Infantry Division at Schofield Barracks.

    A criminal complaint alleges that he “attempted to provide material support to ISIS by providing both classified military documents, and other sensitive but unclassified military documents, to persons he believed would pass the documents to ISIS.”

    FBI officials said no classified materials actually ended up in the hands of the terrorist group.

    The complaint also alleges that Kang expressed interest in fighting overseas for ISIS, and offered an undercover agent purporting to be a member of the group training and other support.

    The FBI sealed off the apartment door of a Hawaii soldier who’s accused of having ties to ISIS. (Image: Hawaii News Now)

    (Image: Family)

    Clifford Kang, Ikaika Kang’s father, says he’s shocked to hear about the allegations against his son. (Image: Hawaii News Now)

    A criminal complaint alleges that he “attempted to provide material support to ISIS by providing both classified military documents, and other sensitive but unclassified military documents, to persons he believed would pass the documents to ISIS.”

    FBI officials said no classified materials actually ended up in the hands of the terrorist group.

    The complaint also alleges that Kang expressed interest in fighting overseas for ISIS, and offered an undercover agent purporting to be a member of the group training and other support.

    ‘I’m just in shock’

    Kang, a 2001 graduate of Kaiser High School, enlisted in the Army in December 2001, just months after the 9/11 attacks.

    His father, Clifford, said he’s shocked by the allegations against his son.

    “I’m just in shock. He’s a great kid. He’s not real outgoing, he’s never been, but neither was I,” Kang told Hawaii News Now. “But other than that he’s a great kid, a normal kid who grew up in Waimanalo.”

    His father also believes his son may be suffering from PTSD from his tours overseas.

    Ikaika Kang was deployed to Iraq in 2010, and served in Afghanistan in 2014, according to his military service record.

    He also was a recipient of the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal. He worked as an air traffic control operator with the Army.

    FBI: Kang wanted to fight for ISIS

    A criminal complaint filed in federal court Monday an FBI forensic review of Kang’s computer found classified military documents and hundreds of items that referenced ISIS and violence.

    Kang allegedly told an undercover FBI agent that he wanted to travel overseas to fight for ISIS.

    “People still say it’s illegal to join them, but the way I look at it is they’re just fighting people who are committing genocide there,” Kang told the undercover agent, according to the complaint. “I’m just going to go there … and fight these guys who are committing genocide.”

    According to the complaint, Kang on Saturday also said he wanted to “kill a bunch of people” — the same day he pledged allegiance to ISIS.

    Kang allegedly swore a pledge of loyalty Saturday with an undercover agent.

    Additionally, the FBI said, Kang contributed to the purchase of a drone that he thought would be used by ISIS. And he allegedly offered training to an undercover agent who purported to be a member of the terrorist group.

    Kang made his first appearance in federal court in Honolulu on Monday afternoon, and remains in custody.

    Hawaii: U.S. Soldier PLEDGED ALLEGIANCE TO ISIS threatened to “KILL A BUNCH OF PEOPLE” by Pamela Geller on Scribd

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