US Muslim soldier to plead guilty to aiding Islamic State, wanted to carry out jihad massacre at Army base
A Hawaii-based Army soldier, Sgt. 1st Class Ikaika, accused of attempting to support the Islamic State group will plead guilty, his lawyers told The Associated Press on Tuesday. Kang told the informant that if he became an Islamic State member, he would be a suicide bomber and attack Schofield Barracks, a sprawling Army base outside Honolulu, according to an affidavit filed in court. But remember: to have raised any questions about his loyalty to the U.S. as a soldier would have been "Islamophobic."