A South Carolina man who pleaded responsible to making an attempt to battle for the Islamic State group has been sentenced to 20 years in jail.

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Retailers report a federal decide on Monday handed down that sentence for 20-year-old Zakaryia Abdin. It was the utmost doable time.

Zakaryia Abdin was sentenced to 20 years in prison Monday for trying to fight for the Islamic State.

Zakaryia Abdin was sentenced to 20 years in jail Monday for making an attempt to battle for the Islamic State.
(Charleston County Detention Heart)

Abdin pleaded responsible in August to trying to offer materials help to a terrorist group. He was arrested at Charleston’s airport in 2017 as he tried to board a aircraft for Jordan. Authorities say Abdin informed an agent posing as an Islamic State recruiter he wished to torture an American.

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At age 16, authorities say Abdin talked about robbing a gun retailer to get weapons to kill troopers.

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He was arrested, pleaded responsible, and a parole board agreed to his early launch after a 12 months.

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