FILTHY MUSLIM SUPREMACISTS get payoff from Empire State Building after suing for being forcibly ejected when they turned the Observation Deck into a makeshift mosque

empiregreenA Long Island Muslim family slapped the owners of the Empire State Building with a scathing $5 million lawsuit, claiming they were embarrassingly forced off the building’s observation deck last summer by security — after they attempted to pray in public by removing their shoes, spreading out prayer rugs, and lifting up their asses to Allah.

$5 million shakedown  scammers Fahad and Amina Tirmizi
$5 million shakedown scammers Fahad and Amina Tirmizi

NY Post  The owners of the Empire State Building have agreed to pay a Muslim family from Long Island who sued after security guards for the skyscraper booted them from the observation deck for praying, The Post has learned.

Fahad and Amina Tirmizi had said in their federal lawsuit that they and their two young children had begun silently reciting their evening prayers in a quiet spot on the 86th-floor deck at about 11 p.m. on July 2, 2013, when two security guards roughly intervened.

The Farmingville couple was seeking $5 million in damages in the suit, filed last year in Manhattan federal court.

Although Amina briefly prayed with no hassle, a guard confronted Fahad and “menacingly poked” him as he told him he was not allowed to pray on the deck, the suit said.

Muslims make it a habit of desecrating New York City by blocking traffic to lift their asses to Allah
Muslims make it a habit of desecrating New York City by blocking traffic to lift their asses to Allah

Another guard arrived and told the family that they had to get out and “forcibly escorted” them down to the lobby and out the building, the suit said.

“The Empire State Building has an unlawful [policy] that subjects Muslims to greater and/or heightened suspicion, security and/or surveillance compared to other religious and nonreligious individuals,” their suit said.

The Tirmizis’ lawyer, Philip Hines, declined to comment on the confidential settlement, which was confirmed in court filings.

Madison Avenue in the heart of midtown Manhattan
Madison Avenue in the heart of midtown Manhattan

The Empire State Building’s lawyer also declined to comment, citing the confidentiality agreement. Reached as he was leaving his home with Amina, Fahad said, “I’m not allowed to talk about it.”

Speaking to The Post last year, he said he is respectful when he prays in public and had even done so earlier with a cop’s permission.“We weren’t doing anything wrong. We just wanted to enjoy the view like everyone else,” he said.

“Earlier that same day at the Staten Island Ferry terminal, I needed to pray the afternoon prayer and wanted to make sure I’m not in the way.”

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Here’s where they live:  

Fahad and Amina Tirmizi

14 Hofstra DrFarmingville, NY 11738-1420

TEL: (631) 696-5025 

EMAIL: ftirmizi@aol.com 

All household members:

Tirmizi Family (looks like several wives?)
The Tirmizi family lives in Farmingville, New York on 14 Hofstra Dr
Samad
Male
Imran
Female | 42 years old
Oqbal
Female | 39 years old
Amina
Female | 31 years old
Altaf
Male | 68 years old
Tahira
Female | 59 years old
Alther
Female | 68 years old