'Jihad' graffiti in Florida leads to screaming match, close to fistfight

'Jihad' graffiti in Florida leads to screaming match, close to fistfight

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Motorists on Interstate 95 in Del Ray Beach, Florida, couldn’t help but see the word “Jihad”  spray-painted in letters twenty feet tall on a wall alongside the road, but only a CBS affiliate caught on film a shouting match that appeared to come very, very close to fisticuffs, as reported by The Blaze via WGST.

As WPEC’s news anchor Bob Becker described the spray-painted Arabic word for holy war: “Anti-American graffiti.”

As a film crew with the CBS affiliate in West Palm Beach, WPEC, was interviewing local man Damon Rosen concerning his flat-out disgust with the offending word illegally splashed on someone else’s property,  the unexpected happened. An unidentified man drove up to the area the interview was taking place and took offense at Rosen’s taking offense.

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This video captures  some of the choice language (censored) exchanged between the men and the pro-American crowd that sided with Rosen. Things quickly escalated, and the unknown man who did not oppose the jihad message shifted his shouting to a crowd of bystanders, “It’s a word! It’s a f***ing word! You’re all brainwashed!” The crowd and Rosen responded in kind.

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T. Kevin Whiteman

T. Kevin Whiteman

T. Kevin Whiteman is a retired Master Sergeant of Marines. He has written for Examiner, Conservative Firing Line, and other blogs.


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