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Monday, October 19, 2009

Bike-cab jihad jerk Yousef al-Khattab is a hate 'pedaler' on his website revolutionmuslim.com.


Bike-cab jihad jerk Yousef al-Khattab is a hate 'pedaler' on his website revolutionmuslim.com.


By CHUCK BENNETT..NY PPOST...October 19, 2009


This jihadist wannabe is a "terror" on the road. Yousef al-Khattab is a Jewish-born, Jersey-raised convert to Islam who schleps tourists on his pedicab by day and propagandizes for the terrorists he idolizes by night. "I give a real tour of the city -- 47th Street, this is where they launder drug money for Colombia, this is the Garment District, from here they run the slave shops of the world," the attention-loving al-Khattab, 41, said.

He spends his free time annoying mainstream Muslims by handing out hate-filled literature outside the city's mosques with a handful of followers in tow or posting death threats against Jews disguised as prayers on his " http://www.revolutionmuslim.com/  " Web site.

"Anyone who denies jihad is not a Muslim, that is what the Koran says," the bushy-bearded al-Khattab -- birth name Joseph Leonard Cohen -- told The Post. "I am talking about the physical, armed jihad, not the spiritual kind."


Last January, al-Khattab printed the address and pictures of the Chabad Lubavitch headquarters in Brooklyn with the message "Do Not Let Orthodox Judaism Get Away From Murder in Ghaza."


That screed was interpreted as a bomb threat, causing the NYPD to beef up security around the synagogue and pay al-Khattab a visit. He's on the radar of both the FBI and the NYPD, more from this source.............




See my previous post, Sunday, July 27, 2008, NEW YORK JIHADI, YOUSEF al-KHATTAB, BOMBS-BOMBS-BOMBS AND TWO RECENT FOX NEWS INTERVIEWS.


NEW YORK, N.Y. — New York City cabbie, Yousef al-Khattab. who operates an extremist Islamic anti-American Web site that features violent images including mocking the deaths of GIs in Iraq says he’s doing the country a service by “exposing the truth.” See FOX News TV produced video on Yousef al-Khattab.



Yousef al-Khattab, who runs http://www.revolutionmuslim.com/  from his home in Queens, told FOX News, in an April 2008 interview, see here "NYC Cabbie Who Runs Anti-American Islamic Web Site Mocks GI Deaths, Calls for Shia Law In U.S.", that he also wants the U.S. to embrace Islam and Sharia Law, which prohibits alcohol and can include stoning to death or severe flogging for pre-marital sex and adultery.



Fox News also did another unflatering expose on Yousef al-Khattab in March of 2008 see Fox News report here "U.S. Based Revolution Muslim Website Spreading Messages of Hate".


At times, al-Khattab’s postings are farcical, such as a picture of him holding the book “Nuclear Jihad” with a wry smile on his face.


Other messages call for radical Muslim rule worldwide. Under the law FBI spokesman Richard Kolko said it is difficult to bring criminal charges against the operators of Web sites like RevolutionMuslim.com unless specific threats are made against an individual or individuals.


Kolko while not speaking directly about RevolutionMuslim said radical sites like these are not often prosecuted. “It’s usually a First Amendment right if they don’t cross the threshold of making any threats,” said Kolko. “There’s nothing we should or could do.” “Until the rhetoric reaches the point in which it’s no longer protected speech under the first amendment, it’s hard to stop it,” said security expert, Harvey Kushner.



SUNDAY 7/27/2008......Terror Threat is in the Cards were mailed last week to the homes of seven city residents, including former Fox News television producer Kelley Vick and a person in the 26th Police Precinct, which covers West Harlem, according to Vick and police sources.


The card reads: "Bombs! Bombs! Bombs! Lower Manhattan. July, August, September. New York Jihad." Vick, a news producer who left Fox in early July, got the creepy mailing Thursday. She said it arrived at her Chelsea building but did not list her apartment number and had no return address. She went to police on Friday. "It says, 'You're invited to a party, so put on a happy face,' " she said. "There were faces of an elephant, a monkey, like cartoon animals. "Then you open the card, and inside is a piece of periwinkle paper and space for the date and time. That's where it says, 'Bombs! Bombs! Bombs!' in fancy type. "My name is printed on the envelope. The stamp is green with a heart. SEE Fox News TV produced video on Yousef al-Khattab, click here .


I would be taking a very hard look at NYC Cabbie, Yousef al-Khattab, Fox News did an Expose on him in April 2008, he Runs Anti-American Islamic Web Site That Mocks GI Deaths and Calls for Shia Law In U.S. Formerly known as Joseph Cohen, al-Khattab is an American-born Jew who converted to Islam after attending an Orthodox Rabbinical school, which he later described as a “racist cult.”


The 41-year-old New York taxi driver launched an extremist Islamic anti-American Web site (see here) that features violent images — including mocking the deaths of GIs in Iraq — says he’s doing the country a service by “exposing the truth.”Yousef al-Khattab told FOX News, in an April 2008 interview, see here "NYC Cabbie Who Runs Anti-American Islamic Web Site Mocks GI Deaths, Calls for Shia Law In U.S.", that he also wants the U.S. to embrace Islam and Sharia Law, which prohibits alcohol and can include stoning to death or severe flogging for pre-marital sex and adultery.


Fox News also did another unflatering expose on Yousef al-Khattab in March of 2008 see Fox News report here "U.S. Based Revolution Muslim Website Spreading Messages of Hate".