Pakistani origin troll Tarek Fatah, known for spewing venom against Islam, on Sunday took to Twitter to claim that she was attacked and abused by an angry mob in New York. Admired by RSS sympathisers in India, Fatah said that the mob had attacked him near the United Nations building on Friday.
Taking to Twitter, Fatah wrote, “Pakistani jihadi goons attack me in New York near the UN Building on Friday. Many such Pakistani gangs screaming Allah-O-Akbar roamed the streets beating up Baloch and Sindhis who protested Pakistan’s atrocities and came to support Indian PM.”
In the video, a group of an angry mob, believed to be of Pakistani origin, are heard blocking Fatah from proceeding ahead. They use expletives, some of them can’t be produced here because they are so crass in nature. The video ends with the mob accusing Fatah of being an ‘Indian dog.’
Pakistani jihadi goons attack me in New York near the UN Building on Friday. Many such Pakistani gangs screaming Allah-O-Akbar roamed the streets beating up Baloch and Sindhis who protested Pakistan’s atrocities and came to support Indian PM @NarendraModipic.twitter.com/eWHeBh9NtO
— Tarek Fatah (@TarekFatah) September 29, 2019
If Fatah’s motive behind sharing the video was to garner the much-needed sympathy, he appeared to have failed spectacularly as social emdia users concluded that the controversial social media celebrity deserved the treatment. One wrote, “Dear respected Sir, ?
I m very disappointed with my Pakistani fellows .. Who didn’t entertain you properly .. they just abused you they should have makeover your face with shoes polish.” Another commented, “You deserved it Beghairat insan. Bohut Acha HOA.”
Fatah found plenty of support from Hindutva sympathisers on the microblogging site.
Fatah is notorious for spreading fake news using his social media accounts. In July this year. he was caught spreading fake news when he mischievously called former Pakistani cricketer Inzamam-ul-Haq, who was photographed inspecting a cricket pitch during this year’s World Cup. Inzamam, who was in the ground in his capacity as the country’s chief selector, was branded as an Islamic priest by Fatah.