Yousef Al-Khattab, known for his radical website revolutionmuslim.com, which features violent images including a cartoon-like image depicting 770 Eastern Parkway, was arrested today at the Israeli Day parade in Manhattan.
According to an eyewitness, Khattab was taken away for questioning after reportedly telling a Lubavitch student, “Bomb 770,” referring to the Lubavitch Headquarters in Brooklyn.
Yousef Al-Khattab made headlines recently when he posted violent videos and images on his radical website, revolutionmuslim.com, including depicting a cartoon-like image of 770 Eastern Parkway, Lubavitch World Headquarters, as a target in retaliation for Israel’s attacks on Gaza.
After the threat was made the student approached policemen who were nearby and reported it. The police proceeded to question Khattab, and after he admitted to making the statement and being the one that runs revolutionmusim.com, the police took him away for further questioning.
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