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Christmas Rush Hour Shooting Spree Targeted Police in Capital City

The rampage attack on police began as guests arrived at a wedding ceremony in front a historic Christian church on State Street, and ended near a mosque. One officer was injured.

🔘 Shooting Spree targeted State and City Police

🔘 Homeland Security has declared the acts to be terrorism

Harrisburg, PA – This week’s attack that specifically targeted police officers during rush hour carried the hallmarks of ISIS inspired terrorism. The FBI and Homeland Security are investigating the Christmas time terror attack. Ahmed Aminamin El-Mofty was a 51 year old Egyptian who returned to Pennsylvania from the Middle East just weeks ago. He was killed by police after committing a shooting spree throughout Harrisburg aimed at law enforcement officers.

The shooting spree began Friday during a wedding ceremony at a large Christian church on the 100 block of State Street as innocent bystanders ducked to the ground for cover. Moments later the shooting continued during rush hour at the Pennsylvania State Capitol building in downtown Harrisburg when El-Mofty drove a car south on 3rd Street and shot at a Capitol Police vehicle near State Street. An officer was almost hit by the gunfire.

He continued to drive towards Market Street and opened gunfire on a State Police car traveling @5th & Market Streets. A female state trooper was grazed during the shooting. El-Mofty’s vehicle was eventually stopped at 17th & Mulberry Streets in Allison Hill where a large scale shootout ensued with Harrisburg Police. El-Mofty was armed with two 9mm handguns when he opened fire on police. Ahmed Aminamin El-Mofty was then shot by Harrisburg Police when they returned fire. He died on the scene.

Terrorist Shooting Spree in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Early reports mentioned a suspicious device that was spotted near his body, prompting the bomb squad to be called in. The package was eventually removed from the scene, and it was later described as insignificant by the District Attorney. It could be coincidental that the shootout occurred across the street from the Harrisburg Masjid.

17th & Mulberry, scene of final shootout with police
El-Mofty died after shootout with police @17th & Mulberry Streets

Local speculation suggests that this attack may be retaliation for the recent sentencing of Jalil Ibn Ameer Aziz who was convicted of helping ISIS in Harrisburg.

The extent of Ahmed Aminamin El-Mofty’s motive remains under FBI investigation. It is clear that he was directly targeting Police. The attack occurred 3 days before Christmas on the last busy weekday in the city prior to the holiday.

District Attorney Ed Marsico on scene with police

Press conference with Dauphin County District Attorney Ed Marsico:


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U.S. Army sergeant indicted in Hawaii for providing aid to ISIS

U.S. Army sergeant indicted in Hawaii on charges of trying to help Islamic State

A photograph with a redacted date, and entered into federal court as an exhibit to support the government’s motion to keep U.S. Army Sergeant Ikaika Erik Kang in detention without bond, shows what is described as Kang holding the Islamic State Flag after pledging allegiance to the Islamic State. Kang is charged with trying to provide material support to Islamic State extremists. U.S. District Court for the District of Hawaii/Handout via REUTERS

(Reuters) – A U.S. Army sergeant stationed in Hawaii has been indicted on charges of trying to provide material support to Islamic State, allowing the case to move to a federal trial without a preliminary hearing, officials said on Saturday.

Ikaika Erik Kang, 34, is being held in jail and is scheduled to appear in court in Honolulu on Monday to face charges. He was arrested on July 8.

The indictment, from a U.S. grand jury, accuses the military air traffic controller of four counts of attempting to provide material support or resources to a “foreign terrorist organization.”

Islamic State, a militant group that has claimed responsibility for suicide bombings and other attacks on civilians around the world, controls territory in Syria and Iraq. Earlier this month, Iraq’s prime minister declared victory in a battle to drive Islamic State out of the city of Mosul. [nL8N1K12DD]

Kang’s arrest followed a year-long probe involving undercover agents and other “confidential human sources” who posed as Islamic State operatives and sympathizers, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

A photograph with a redacted date, and entered into federal court July 13, 2017 as an exhibit to support the government’s motion to keep U.S. Army Sergeant Ikaika Erik Kang in detention without bond, shows what is described as Kang kissing the Islamic State Flag and putting it up to his forehead. Kang is charged with trying to provide material support to Islamic State extremists. U.S. District Court for the District of Hawaii/Handout via REUTERS

He is accused of trying to provide classified military documents, a small drone and training in firearms and hand-to-hand combat to people he thought were associated with Islamic State, according to court documents. The alleged contact occurred in June and July, court papers state.

He also swore allegiance to Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, FBI officials have said.

If convicted, Kang faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison on each criminal count, the U.S. Department of Justice said in a statement.

His attorney, Birney Bervar, has said Kang was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder or other mental problems the Army failed to address after he returned from deployments to Iraq in 2011 and Afghanistan in 2014. FBI agents exploited those mental issues when they targeted him in the undercover operation, Bervar told reporters earlier this month. [nL1N1K11SO]

Bervar could not be reached for comment on Saturday.

Kang was raised in Waimanalo, Hawaii, according to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

Reporting by Alex Dobuzinskis in Los Angeles; editing by Diane Craft

The Patriots Secure Gettysburg, and Restore American Spirit 

Update: AntiFA Identified by NJ Homeland Security

Update: Patriot misfires @ Gettysburg Battlefield – The Patriot News

Tourism and Patriotism are two things that are alive and well in the historic Civil War battlefield town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

By: Amy Thomas – The Sunbury American/ Harrisburg100
Thanks to the hard-working, law-abiding citizens of our fine country, with a special thanks to the Veterans and everybody who supports their efforts. Because of these great people, America remains a free, clean, and secure first-class nation. Evidence of this fact was fully on display during the 154th anniversary celebration and reenactment at the Battle of Gettysburg.

The Patriots Band Together at the Battle of Gettysburg to Defend America Against AntiFA

The masked militants of AntiFA, who emulate the tactics and appearance of ISIS, have been identified by the State of New Jersey as a terrorist organization. They recently issued threats of violence and vandalism toward the hallowed ground of the Gettysburg Battlefield.

On July 1, 2017, as the American Patriots mounted a strong show of force with 1000’s of people who traveled in from out of town, it was clear that the ranks of AntiFA were dwindling, and their inability to have a presence at this event was a humiliation to their organization, symbolizing a major blow to their credibility as a supposedly relevant influential factor in America.

AntiFA Identifies Its Most Wanted American Patriots

After being forced to resign from demonstrating hatred and violence in Gettysburg, a post event propaganda was published on ITS GOING DOWN, where AntiFA resorts to further threats of violence:

Initially being credited for issuing the #AntiFAban, thus leveraging AntiFA to avoid rioting in Gettysburg, the author and publisher of the original report have now been identified and targeted for future violence by the terrorist organization.

It has been confirmed that many AntiFA scoutes did show up in Gettysburg to scope the scene, to observe opposition leaders, and to identify primary targets of AntiFA:

As it is being reported in Europe, and according to the mainstream American media narrative, AnitFA didn’t apply for permits to be in Gettysburg (they did and were denied), and ‘Trolling Trumpsters’ is an alt-right controlled fb page that initiated the rumors (its actually controlled by AntiFA affiliates, as is the Harrisburg AntiFA fb page).

Reports surfaced that a Confederate supporter, whose identity has not been disclosed, brought a revolver to Gettysburg National Park and accidentally shot himself in the leg. The incident took place around 1 pm.

Christine Vondel of The Patriot News, spots American Patriots here:

What is AntiFA – By: FOX News:

AntiFA loses face by making terroristic threats, then not following through:

Silly intro, but real information here:

Confederate Flag Burning art exhibit in Detroit 

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