Skip to comments.Brooklyn: Wild melee erupts as NYPD arrests Muslim teen for allegedly taunting Jewish subway rider
Posted on 04/19/2013 1:23:14 AM PDT by beaversmom
"You will surely find the most intense of the people in animosity toward the believers to be the Jews..." -- Qur'an 5:82
This Qur'anic dictum usually manifests itself as intense animosity on the part of Muslims toward Jews.
"SEE IT: Wild Brooklyn melee erupts as NYPD arrests Muslim teen for allegedly taunting Jewish subway rider," by Shane Dixon Kavanaugh for the New York Daily News, April 18 (thanks to Twostellas):
The attempted arrest of an allegedly hate-mongering teen aboard a Brooklyn subway quickly turned into a wild showdown between cops and a roiled mob, according to sources and video obtained by the Daily News.
The melee began when suspect Stephan Stowe, 17, and a group of eight friends approached a Jewish man wearing a yarmulke aboard a Brooklyn-bound 3 train just before 3 p.m. Monday, police sources said Wednesday.
"Assalamu Alaikum," Stowe said to the man, using a common greeting among Muslims that means, "Peace be with you," court documents allege.
Actually it means "Peace be upon you," which is not quite the same thing.
When the man ignored the greeting, Stowe allegedly became combative.
"You think you're better than me?" the teen allegedly said. "We are cousins."
"No were not," The man shot back, and told Stowe to leave him alone.
The suspect then started hurling ethnic slurs and called the man disrespectful, according to court papers.
As the tension aboard the train escalated, the man whipped out his cell phone and took a photo of Stowe, who then snatched the phone and deleted the photo, police sources said.
"I'm going to kill you right now," Stowe said, according to cops and court records. He then swore at the man, according to cops and court records, and in an apparent reference to the Holocaust added, "They should have killed all of you."
The man managed to swipe his phone back from Stowe and ran to alert the conductor, police sources said. As the train pulled into the Eastern Parkway/Brooklyn Museum stop, cops were waiting to collar Stowe, police sources said.
But that's when a mob rose up against the cops....
Uh, Zimbabwe & South Africa, just to name 2 obvious examples, are not exactly models of civilization.
She summed it up pretty accurately there.
“My last boss was Kenyan African and one of the hardest working guys I know.”
Its not the color, its the culture.
Negativity and blame creates ideal conditions for dysfunction.
There's another name for them; they're called apostates.
I hope those involved in the alleged melee were charged with obstruction of justice or something similar.
It does not even mean “peace” be upon you.
It means “submission to Islam be upon you.”
Personal experience: Once sat across from three Arab teens on a subway, and they were talking a blue streak in Arabic. Didn’t understand it, because it was dialect, and I only know literary, but their tone made it obvious they were ridiculing me. Then one of them noticed my 2nd year Arabic textbook, and the one word I understood was him saying “hua yafhimunaa,” which means “He understands us!” You could have heard a pin drop.
I have several friends originally from Nigeria, and they basically say the exact same thing.
The good news thing about the coming totalitarian tyranny is that society’s scum will be among the first to be marched off into the new gulags.
The bad news is, we Christian gun owners won’t be far behind.
Brutal but sends a crystal clear message to the surviving crew.
I have worked with several black engineers, almost all of them from abroad, a scant few American born. All were good guys, but the ones from abroad were generally very hard working, clean living, dependable and were confused or frustrated why US born blacks did NOTHING to work hard and take advantage of the many opportunities these engineers saw them have.
The only bad black engineer I have ever worked with was a Somali who was very lazy and evaded all responsibility for his mistakes.
Reading a book on Andrew Jackson - an anti-slavery tract written by an African was asking the same thing back in the 1830’s.
Boy don’t I feel relived,I was sure we were at the front of the line!:)
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