UPDATE: Muslim Who Threatened Christians in Facebook Live Video Won’t Be Charged

The Muslim man who went live on his Facebook page with disturbing threats towards attendees of a Christian conference will not face criminal charges. “He had a lot of guns with him, but he wasn’t breaking any laws,” KDLT quoted Sioux Falls Police Officer Sam Clemens. “He didn’t threaten anybody directly. He didn’t threaten any groups of people, anything like

that, and it’s not illegal to carry guns or have guns with you,” he explained.The infamous Facebook Live video shows Ehab Jaber holding up a copy of the Koran before scanning a crowd of believers at the Worldview Weekend rally in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. An estimated 500 men, women, and children attended the event, not realizing they were secretly being recorded by Jaber. READ MORE

6 Comments on "UPDATE: Muslim Who Threatened Christians in Facebook Live Video Won’t Be Charged"

  1. Rolando Sanchez | April 21, 2017 at 5:29 pm |

    Hi Everyone.
    I have suggestions: please submit a tip to higher authorities like:
    The FBI MINNEAPOLIS for South Dakota: (763) 569-8000
    Homeland Security Investigations Tip Line: (866-347-2423) (from U.S. and Canada)
    Thank you and have a wonderful day in Jesus name.

  2. Another Radical useless Alla Akbar or whatever satan calls himself, extremist want to be. Well maybe he should focus on exercising, instead of being of murder. Seriously, when are individuals like this going to realize they are out of touch with reality. So Sad.

  3. Allen Vergakis | April 22, 2017 at 7:57 am |

    If anything happens for his, or the posting of others, then Facebook should/must be charged with being complicit.

  4. If the reverse happened you can be sure the Christian wiuld be punished in one way or another. Facebook is as complicit in these matters as the SD govt.

  5. Liz Holder | April 22, 2017 at 9:15 pm |

    if it was the other way around it would be termed ‘DISCRIMINATION’

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