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California: Muslim Uber Driver Charged With Kidnapping Four Passengers

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This episode apparently started when Khaled Elsayedsa Ali wouldn’t let a female passenger out of his car. It is unclear what he was planning, but he may have been thinking of becoming one of the first (but by no means the first) to bring the rape jihad to the United States. We have seen many other stories of Muslim Uber drivers raping their female passengers. But then Khaled Elsayedsa Ali evidently attempted to kidnap a male and a female. Jihadis have long used kidnapping as a weapon, gaining millions of dollars in ransoms from Western governments and other entities. Could gaining a huge ransom have been his plan? Or did he just hope to gain Allah’s favor by killing a few of the kuffar? Given the enemedia’s refusal to tell the truth about the jihad threat, we may never know.

“Uber Driver Charged With Kidnapping Four Passengers,” by Emily Holland, Patch, November 2, 2018 (thanks to Barry):

SANTA MONICA, CA – A 35-year-old Uber driver who allegedly kidnapped four passengers by refusing to let them get of his car on Halloween night in the Santa Monica area was charged Friday with multiple felonies.

Khaled Elsayedsa Ali is scheduled to be arraigned Monday on four counts of kidnapping and one count of fleeing a pursuing police officer while driving recklessly, according to the District Attorney’s Office. He remains jailed in lieu of $475,000.

Police received a 911 call about 6:45 p.m. Wednesday from a woman in the area of 23rd Street and Santa Monica Boulevard stating that Ali, of Garden Grove, refused to stop and let her out of the vehicle, according to a statement from the Santa Monica Police Department.

As officers were responding, three additional 911 calls were received from multiple victims reporting similar incidents possibly involving the same suspect and vehicle, police said. Each reported the suspect may be armed with a gun and threatened to kidnap them.

Officers located the vehicle and attempted to stop the driver, but the driver fled with two victims in the car – a male and female – and led officers on a pursuit in a busy upscale neighborhood. The chase ended near Montana Avenue and Bundy Drive. During the pursuit, the two passengers were able to jump out of the vehicle, and they were treated for scrapes and bruises, police said….

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