‘I will cut your throat’: US Muslim cop, child pestered by man

NEW YORK: Hailed as a saint by the chairman of New York, a Muslim NYPD officer and her 16-year-old child was undermined and shouted at to “backpedal to your nation,” US media reported.

Officer Aml Elsokary, who was on leave and wearing her hijab, dropped off her child in Brooklyn. In the wake of stopping her auto, she came back to the scene to discover her child being pushed by the suspect, a white man in his 30s.

At the point when the officer – a local New Yorker – drew closer, the man said, “ISIS (interjection), I will cut your throat, do a reversal to your nation!”

Elsokary did not recognize herself as a cop, and was unarmed.

The speculate then fled the scene. Cops were attempting to track him down Saturday night. The NYPD Hate Crimes Unit is examining the scene as an inclination occurrence.

Officer Elsokary — who gladly wears her hijab on obligation in the 90th Precinct — was touted as a legend after she kept running into a blazing working to spare an elderly man and child young lady in April 2014.

Reacting to a bring about a fire over the police radio, Elsokary and her accomplice raced to a smoke-filled expanding on Scholes St.

Subsequent to listening to an infant crying on the second floor, Elsokary — a mother-of-five — hurried up the stairs, utilized her coat to pry open a burning hot doorknob and snatched the unnerved tyke.

She likewise gathered up the infant’s spooked grandma and hurried them to security.

Prior this month, a Hijab-clad Muslim understudy was purportedly hit in the face with a glass bottle without trying to hide at the University of Washington grounds in Seattle.

In another occurrence, a hijab-clad lady was professedly confronted at a US store by another client who called her a “psychological militant” and advised her to “get out” of the nation.

Likewise, a Muslim understudy’s hijab was purportedly ripped off and her hair pulled around a schoolmate at a school in Minnesota.

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