A ‘Muslim’ woman who promoted the fact that she is a (Jew-hating) Muslim by wearing an Islamic supremacist headbag, now is claiming that a Jewish UBER driver refused to allow her in his car because ‘Jerusalem belongs to the Jews.’ Meha Ahmad, a producer for the Chicago radio show, The Morning Shift on WBEZ, said she was refused a ride while standing in the street with her young family.
DailyMail But when she tried to open the door, she claimed in a Twitter post, the driver would not unlock it. ‘Instead [he] lowers his passenger side window and obv[iously] wants to say something,’ she wrote.
I step up and he’s like ‘I can’t take you, I’m Jewish.’ I’m like……. ‘Ok so?’ He repeats ‘I’m Jewish, I can’t drive you’.’ She claimed at this point her family – including children aged two and five – were pleading to get in the car because they were cold.
But the man allegedly added: ‘I’m Jewish, I’m not letting you in.’ ‘Then he’s like ‘I’m Jewish, JERUSALEM BELONGS TO THE JEWS, I CAN’T DRIVE YOU.’
Meha, who previously worked for state-funded Qatari broadcaster Al Jazeera (al-Qaeda mouthpiece), claims she was then emailed by Uber. A representative of the firm told her she was ‘sorry to hear about the experience’ but said it would not be possible to investigate due to a lack of evidence, Meha claimed.
Some Twitter users who identified as Jews even replied to Meha’s post to apologize on behalf of the Jewish people. Another user, however, accused her of fabricating the entire story (a popular tactic Muslims use to get media sympathy).