He probably got sick on the disgusting halal food they sell from these carts.
The vendor, Amayan Shiha, told CAIR-NY that he saw a customer arguing with another Muslim food cart vendor over a sandwich. When he approached the men engaged in the argument in an effort to interfere , the customer faced him and allegedly said, “You don’t belong to this country. Go back to your fucking country ,” and stabbed him a total of 15 times.
ABC News Amayan Shiha has 25 stitches in the side of his head. He also has another wound not two inches from his kidney and another on his leg. Shiha says the injuries were sustained when a crazed attacker went after him with a switchblade and made his motive painfully clear.
Typical halal slop sold from these carts
“He looked at me and he tell me ‘you wanna fight?’” said Shiha, “and he grabbed something from his right pocket.”
He has demanded that his case gets classified as a hate crime. Ayman Shiha told CBS News 2’s Lou Young he believes the motive for the attack this past Tuesday was that he is Muslim. Police said the attack was just over a sandwich.
Shiha needed 25 stitches to the face and ear, and suffered a plunging wound that narrowly missed his kidney and multiple other wounds to the left side of his body.
NYC Halal Food carts get more Health Dept violations than any other vendors
“It’s a hate crime, because I work in a halal truck. You know, most of the people who work there are Muslim people or immigrant people,” Shiha said. “Before he started stabbing in my neck, he told me, ‘You don’t belong to United States? Why are you here? Go back to your fucking country.’”
The food cart was parked right across from Bellevue hospital in Kips Bay around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday when the attack happened. Shiha said the attacker became enraged because the halal stand would not serve a Philly cheesesteak at the halal food cart.
So far, suspect Louis Garcia is only charged with simple assault. The case goes to a grand jury on Monday.
And it’s probably because the CEO of Coca Cola, Muhtar Kent, is a Muslim* who happens to be listed by Forbes as a top Amnesty supporter.
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After trying to blame ‘Islamophobia’ for the woman’s savage beating death, an Iraqi Muslim immigrant who beat his wife to death in their El Cajon home after she asked for a divorce was sentenced today to 26 years to life in prison. Kassim Alhimidi, 50, told Judge William McGrath that he would rather be sentenced to death and have his remains sent to Iraq. “I am not guilty,” the defendant told the judge via an Arabic translator.
ABC 10News (Prompted by domestic terror-linked Muslim ‘rights’ group CAIR and a massive Twitter/Facebook campaign), police at first thought the killing of 32-year-old Shaima Alawadi, a mother of five, might be an ‘Islamophobic’ hate crime. A photocopied note found near the victim said: “This is my country. Go back to yours, terrorist.”
Evidence showed that Alhimidi hit his wife in the head with a blunt object at least six times as she sat in front of a computer. Alhimidi maintained that he was out for a drive on March 21, 2012, when his wife was killed. Video recovered by investigators, however, showed his van near the family home on Skyview Drive.
Daughter Fatima, then 17, told police she was upstairs when she heard a “squeal,” then later what sounded like a broken plate downstairs around 11 a.m. the day her mother was attacked. A pane from a sliding glass door had been broken from the inside.
The couple’s oldest son, Mohammed, who had screamed out profanities when the verdict of first-degree murder was announced two months ago, said “I still wake up at night and I cry just thinking about her and break down even more knowing that man I looked up to all my life was the reason why she’s gone.”
While Mohammed was making his statement, Alhimidi started shouting that he was innocent. The judge tried to quiet him, but eventually ordered deputies to get him out of the courtroom. This comes after a brawl erupted in the courtroom during Alhimidi’s conviction.
Senior Judge Paul Summers (photo right), who heard the matter after all the local judges recused themselves, “The Rutherford County Board of Zoning Appeals did not act illegally, arbitrarily, or capriciously by approving the special use exception permit for the cemetery,” the judge concluded. The judge found that the petitioners, led by Bonnie Golczynski, showed “no distinct and palpable injury” and, therefore, had no standing.
Murfreesboro Post Summers also ruled that the BZA complied with adequate notice requirements for the Open Meetings Act for December 2013 and January 2014 meetings. He concluded that a special use permit issued for the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro is valid and denied the petitioner’s request for the BZA to rehear the matter. In addition, Summers dismissed all other claims of the petitioners and assessed them court costs.
Opponents contended, among other things, that the cemetery site is too close to nearby homes and sits in a low-lying area prone to flooding. They also say it will create extra traffic congestion in the area, (not to mention damaging the water supply from bodies being buried in shrouds instead of caskets)
Lou Ann Zelenik, a spokeswoman for the petitioners, said she researched five years of BZA decisions and found that the board had turned down other requests because of concern about flooding. Zelenik said she also had the elevation shot for Bradyville Pike and found that it should have a turning lane based on Tennessee Department of Transportation regulations.
“(The BZA) didn’t address any of the issues,” she said after the judge announced his decision. Zelenik presented minutes from a May 2011 BZA meeting that showed a cemetery request by another church, St. Elizabeth Orthodox Church on Stewart Creek Road, was deferred because of concerns about flooding and the need for a community meeting. She also contended that BZA Chairman Zane Cantrell said the board had to approve the ICM request or it could be sued.
Assistant County Attorney Evan Cope said afterward, “The county is certainly pleased the court supported the decision of the BZA and found it acted lawfully. …” In December, the county BZA asked that the ICM provide information about the construction of a turning lane on Bradyville Pike onto Veals Road and soil samples from the site.
In January, the BZA approved the burial site after looking at information from a geotechnical study taken before the county planning commission approved a site plan four years ago and a traffic analysis by the state Department of Transportation done after site plan approval.
The county BZA also placed five stipulations on the ICM cemetery: 1) that grave sites be limited to 1,500; 2) that no monument be taller than a foot; 3) that no grave be deeper than 5 feet; 4) that the special exception would expire if the property were sold to a non-religious entity; and 5) the cemetery layout and gravesite records would have to be kept by the ICM.
Initial planning commission approval in 2010 led to a protracted lawsuit in which mosque opponents challenged whether the county provided adequate public notice of the planning commission’s vote. Chancellor Robert Corlew ultimately ruled against the county, but a federal judge reversed his decision and allowed the ICM to occupy its building.