New York City-Based Jihadi Rideshare Driver Livestreams Multiple Pro-Palestinian Protests On Facebook, Including One In Front Of New York Times Building; Shares Photo In Front Of Staten Island Armory And Warns: 'Infidels, Watch Out'

December 19, 2023

On Facebook, a New York City-based jihadi has shared Facebook livestreams from various pro-Palestinian protests around New York City during the past few weeks. On his account he has shared memes, and quotes by jihadi clerics such as Ahmad Musa Jibril and the late Anwar Al-'Awlaki. He also complained about having to interact with kuffar, or infidels in New York City. In October 2023 he shared a photo in front of the New York Army National Guard Armory in Castleton Corners, Staten Island. In that post, he wrote: "Infidels watch out."

On December 16 the man livestreamed from a protest in New York City.

On several occasions, the man complained about working alongside non-Muslims, or "unbelievers," in New York City. For example, on December 8, he wrote: "Worst feeling working with kufar in NYC..."

He posted, on October 3, photo of himself standing in front of the Staten Island Armory. He wrote: "Infidels watch out..."

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