Muslim New York Subway Killer Calm After His Murder

Guest Post by Mara Zebest

Naeem Davis stands in front of Judge Lynn Kotler during his arraignment on murder charges, Dec. 5, 2012, in New York.
William C. Lopez/New York Post/AP Photo

Muslim New York subway killer, Naeem Davis, was calm and cold after his murder of Ki Suk Han.

Atlasshrugs reports the following opening observations:


Everybody is talking about the New York Post cover photo showing Ki Suk Han about to be killed by the subway train, but the real story here is yet again being ignored by the mainstream media. The real story here is that Naeem Davis is clearly a devout Muslim, and one who displayed behavior characteristic of jihadis after he committed murder.

“Fight them! Allah will chastise them at your hands, and He will lay them low and give you victory over them, and He will heal the breasts of folk who are believers. And He will remove the anger of their hearts.” — Qur’an 9:14-15

Naeem Davis, a Muslim immigrant from Sierra Leone sporting a pious Muslim beard, seemed “very calm, not crazy,” after he murdered Ki Suk Han. As is typical of jihadis, he blamed his victim, making up the preposterous story that this man nearly twice his age attacked him…

The cold attitude did not go unnoticed in a New York Post article (which also provides a video report in the left sidebar):

If looks could kill!

Accused killer Naeem Davis, with a chilling, dead-eye stare yesterday, was hit with murder charges for tossing a Queens dad into the path of a subway train in Midtown, authorities said.

Davis, 30, allegedly confessed to the grisly crime — but coldly blamed his victim, Ki Suk Han, 58.

“He attacked me, he grabbed me,” he told cops, claiming that Han was drunk and threatened to kill him…

Read it all here.

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