Not only were these filthy Muslims in Jersey City, NJ cheering on apartment building roofs during the attacks on New York on 9/11 (NYC skyline is visible from Jersey City), some allegedly were up there prior to the attacks, waiting for them to happen.
NY Daily News Video from a Sept. 16, 2001 WCBS report by Pablo Guzman references “eight men celebrating” the World Trade Center attacks on an apartment building roof. After the apartment was labeled a “hot address,” everyone who lived there was detained by investigators, according to Guzman’s video report.
Guzmán reported that an investigator had told him suspects were found on the roof of a Jersey City building with “a model of the [World] Trade Center.” “They knew that the planes were going to hit, and they wanted a ring-side seat,” Guzmán said in the new report.
Other outlets have reported on the rooftop celebrations, including the Washington Post on Sept. 18, 2001. “In Jersey City, within hours of two jetliners’ plowing into the World Trade Center, law enforcement authorities detained and questioned a number of people who were allegedly seen celebrating the attacks and holding tailgate-style parties on rooftops while they watched the devastation on the other side of the river,” the Post wrote.
NJ.com reported there were at least two celebrations and likely more, with Muslim men shouting “Allahu Akbar” and women chanting in Arabic, “Some men were dancing, some held kids on their shoulders,” said retired Jersey City police Capt. Peter Gallagher, who responded to the scene after numerous 911 calls from outraged residents.
“The women were shouting in Arabic and keening in the high-pitched wail of Arabic fashion. They were told to go back to their apartments since a crowd of non-Muslims was gathering on the sidewalk below and we feared for their safety.” Gallagher said he cleared a rooftop celebration of up to 30 people at 6 Tonnele Ave., a four-story apartment building with a view of Lower Manhattan, after the second tower fell.
NY Post Another witness said he saw a celebration on John F. Kennedy Boulevard, a main thoroughfare in the city. “When I saw they were happy, I was pissed,” said Ron Knight, 56, who also heard cheers of “Allahu Akbar” — “God is great” — from a crowd of about 20 people that morning. Residents also placed numerous 911 calls complaining about Muslims partying on a rooftop at a third location, three cops reported.