SHEEESH! They should have told her to cover that big fat ugly face with the headbag instead.
Arab American News Strong reactions rooted with racism (What ‘race’ is Islam?) and hate seemed to be a commonality amongst the general public after The Arab American News first broke the story about 27-year-old Malak Kazan’s lawsuit on Tuesday, January 20. (She’s only 27? She looks used and abused, more like 57)
Within just a few hours, hundreds of commentators from across the country flooded The Arab American News Facebook page with hateful comments.
“Move back to the desert. Our Country, our rules,” said one Facebook user.
“If I committed a crime in her native country, I’m sure they wouldn’t abide by my American law and read me my rights,” said another post.
“So how do they deal with this when they get arrested in their own country?” another commentator said.
Attorney Amir Makled, who is representing Kazan in court, said she was shaken by the criticism she’s received since going public with her case. Makled said backlash from her own community has affected her just as much as the racist comments lashed at her on social media.
“She’s been extremely shocked by reading some of the racism (What ‘race’ is Islam?) and backlash (Yes, most Americans hate muslims now, thanks to relentless frivolous lawsuits like this) that she saw on various websites and from members of the community,” Makled said.
Questions regarding Kazan’s arrest history arose last week after a mug shot of her wearing her hijab had surfaced online and on local news affiliates. According to Makled, that mugshot was taken after Kazan was originally arrested and forced to remove her hijab for driving on a suspended license on July 9. Kazan was terrified to return to the 20th District Court following her experience there that she decided to pull a no-show on her court date. As a result, a warrant was issued for her arrest.
Kazan eventually re-appeared at the court with Makled. She was booked for her warrant and immediately released. During her second booking, the department allowed her to keep her scarf on following resistance from both her and Makled. Makled, who practices out of The Law Office of Cyril Hall, said they will keep pushing forward with the case, despite the strong mixed reactions.
“She is not letting this further discrimination stop her pursuit of a policy change,” he said. “She is honored to be in a position to make a positive impact on the community and I feel she is a brave young lady.” (She’s a filthy instigator. Throw the bitch in jail and watch what they do with her headbag there)
Dawud Walid, executive director of the Michigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), told The Arab American News that he also received several racist (What ‘race’ is Islam?) messages when he shared Kazan’s story on social media.
“The underlying factor is that there are certain people who view themselves as real Americans and therefore view us as being intruders in their society,” Walid said. (Muslims ARE intruders and are not welcome in America anymore…especially from designated terrorist groups like CAIR)