SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A 22-year-old Oakland man pleaded not guilty in federal court in San Francisco Wednesday to charges that included attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization.

Amer Alhaggagi is accused in a July 21 grand jury indictment of seeking to aid ISIS, a designated foreign terrorist organization, by opening social media accounts to promote and benefit the group last year.

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Alhaggagi also pleaded not guilty before U.S. Magistrate Elizabeth Laporte to three other charges related to fraudulent use of another person’s debit card. Those charges are fraudulent possession of access-device-making equipment; unauthorized use of another person’s debit card; and aggravated identity theft.

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Laporte ordered Alhaggagi retained in custody and ordered him to appear before U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer, the trial judge assigned to the case, for a status conference on August 29.

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