The English-language videos and posts singled out Orthodox Jews, and especially the Chabad-Lubavitch community in the Crown Heights neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York, for attack.
'Do Not Let Orthodox Judaism Get Away With Murder in Ghaza'Headlining a propaganda video of a rally by a far-left organization were the words, “Do Not Let Orthodox Judaism Get Away From Murder in Ghaza [Gaza]."
See my prior post on this terrorist, Friday, January 23, 2009, New york City Cabbie Yousef Al-Khattab Posts Threat to Jewish Temple "Do Not Let Orthodox Judaism Get Away From Murder in Ghaza" links to Samir Khan .
A subsequent video and accompanying text clarified the “message” the Islamist blogger had in mind and how to “reach these people.” The video first denies that any threats against Orthodox Jews were made on their website, but then switches to a montage of images of dead Arab children - apparently from Gaza - interspersed with repeated images of “770” – the Chabad-Lubavitch World Headquarters – and a blood-spattered Jewish prayer book from a terrorist attack in the Merkaz HaRav Yeshiva in Jerusalem. The video concludes with the sound of gunshots.
"And wal-LAH hee, (Arabic for "truthfully" -ed.)