Muslim Jihadis Whine After being escorted from Arkansas mall, Then We Learn What they were doing

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From Mad World:

With the left doing everything they can defend the religion that wishes to see the destruction of our nation, they’ve come out with yet another sympathetic story after an Islamist was kicked out of his local mall. Even coming before a camera to whine about his “poor me” situation, it wasn’t long before sentiments changed when it was revealed what he was actually doing inside.

The incident actually happened in Fort Smith, Arkansas at the Central Mall after quite a few people became worried about the presence of a Muslim family (husband, wife, child). Before long, police were called to escort the family from the premises, which they did while onlookers snapped photos and would later post them online.

Although some claimed the Muslim couple was heard shouting “Al Qaeda” really loudly, this may not be true. As a result, the Muslim couple, soon to be identified as Alan and Daphne Crawford, whined about how they were treated unfairly.

“He informed me that he needed me to lift up my thobe in order to obtain my ID. What crime I committed, I don’t know,” Alan later explained during an interview with KFSM. “I wasn’t aware that police officers show up five at a time to enforce mall law. If you want me to leave, I will leave happily.”

Unfortunately for him, the truth was about to come out regarding what he was actually doing inside the mall. Despite saying that he was simply there to pass out a few cards for a local charity and do a little shopping, that certainly wasn’t all he was doing.

“I had two unknown subjects come up to me and advise me that a male subject wearing a thobe was video recording everyone in the mall and he was video-taping the entrances of several stores,” stated officer Anthony Cox in the police report that would follow the incident. As we all know, jihadists have become very well-known to video record both before, for surveillance purposes, and even during an attack as well.

Cops escorting terrorists from the mall.

Posted by Cory Milligan on Saturday, December 19, 2015

Although Alan states that he didn’t know video recording wasn’t allowed in the mall, KFSM did point out that there are rather large signs on the entrances explicitly prohibiting the act. When many people saw him record several times at several different places, it resulted in quite a bit of attention and concern. Read More

 

FORT SMITH (KFSM)  Fort Smith Police were called to Central Mall by mall security to escort a couple from the premises on Saturday (Dec. 19).

That couple was Alan and Daphne Crawford, who were dressed in a thobe and a hijab.

According to the police report, officers were called because people  were concerned about the couple’s action.

“I had two unknown subjects come up to me and advise me that a male subject wearing a thobe was video recording everyone in the mall and he was video-taping the entrances of several stores,” stated officer Anthony Cox in the police report.

According to the report, mall security told Crawford he was not allowed to record video in the mall according to mall policy.

People who were in the mall took pictures as Crawford, his wife and son were escorted from the property. Those pictures, along with several other posts about the incident, were shared on Facebook more than 2,000 times. The posts are worded with phrases like “terrorist threat on the mall” and “Muslims have been scoping the layout of the mall.” Police have not confirmed any threats and the Crawfords are speaking out about what people are saying about them. Alan Crawford said a Fort Smith police officer approached him and asked for his drivers license.

“He informed me that he needed me to lift up my thobe in order to obtain my ID. What crime I committed, I don’t know,” he said. “I wasn’t aware that police officers show up five at a time to enforce mall law. If you want me to leave, I will leave happily.”

Crawford said he was at the mall to hand out cards for a local charity and to shop with his wife. He said he did not see a sign posted on the mall entrance about recording video not being allowed.

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