A woman wearing a customary burqa was the objective of a racist rant by a man in line at a Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf bistro in Riverside.
“I don’t care for your religion since it says to execute me, and I would prefer not to be murdered by you,” the man said to the woman in a now-popular video.
“You are submitting loathe discourse,” the woman said accordingly.
A third individual, client Barry Landau, can be heard protecting the woman in the video.
“Leave! [Expletive] racist,” Landau said. “I said leave! Why are you doing this to her?”
The two men at that point traded affronts.
“I don’t have anything against anybody, all I ask is individuals incline toward toleration,” Landau told NBC4. “The issue is these individuals were assaulting basically a young lady who did nothing, essentially on the grounds that she was wearing her religion.”
Landau said a woman joined the man in shouting at the woman in the burqa, in spite of the fact that that was not gotten on record.
Minutes after Landau’s encounter, the video curtails to the first man not being served.
A woman behind the counter at the bistro, who recognized herself as the director on obligation, said the man won’t be served, “In light of the fact that he is disturbing an open place and being exceptionally racist.”
The woman in the burqa can be heard in the video expressing gratitude toward the boss.
Starting at 10 p.m. Monday, the video posted on the checked Twitter record of CJ Werleman, who distinguishes himself as a reporter for the Middle East Eye and The New Arab, had been seen more than 1.5 million times.
The whole video is accessible here.
"I'm a Muslim [woman]."
"I know your religion and I don't want to be killed by you."
This took place at a cafe in California yesterday. pic.twitter.com/4WAWKcQDh8
— CJ Werleman (@cjwerleman) May 12, 2018
The Council on American Islamic Relations disclosed to NBC4 that the woman in the burqa reached their workplaces Monday evening. She has been in contact with their legal advisor.