Let's review for a moment, shall we?
PART I: Last week, Yasmin Seweid, a New York Muslim girl, claimed on Facebook that "three white racists" (not only is Islam not a race, but she looks white) "yelled such disgusting slurs at me, I was so helpless and felt defenseless." "Look, it's a f--king terrorist." They were, of course, "Trump supporters," too. This allegedly happened on a full subway car. There is no video, no audio, no proof. Just her claims. Proof? Who needs proof? Muslims know that their claims of "Islamophobia" run without challenge or investigation.
Seweid, a reported business major at Baruch College in the Gramercy Park neighborhood, told police she was attacked Thursday, Dec. 1, in the 23rd Street subway station near her school by a trio of white, male 20-somethings who shouted "Donald Trump!" and tried to remove her hijab.
It was, of course, front-page news in America and across the world. Dead victims of jihad terror don't get this kind of press.
Yasmin Seweid filed a police report. Since her phone was dying, she wasn't able to call her family for help until she managed to get herself to Penn Station and find a phone charging station. Seweid called her father and he came to pick her up. The next day, Seweid sat down with police to look over some surveillance video so that she could identify the men that allegedly attacked her, this according to her father. Police still haven't been able to locate the three men whom Seweid says were involved in the attack.
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No one on the train helped her? And then she didn't immediately tell law enforcement or anyone on the platform at Penn Station? This is impossible to believe. Penn Station is teeming with cops. I know, I am there all the time.
No one on the subway car filmed it? Even more impossible to believe in this day and age. And she couldn't identify anyone on the surveillance video (although I wouldn't put it past her to identify and accuse innocent men).
And she didn't call her family because "her phone was dying." I call BS.
But enemedia tools respond as we (and she) expected.
New Yorkers (the real victims of such hoaxers), too:
Seweid's neighbors in Hyde Park felt terrible after hearing what happened, and many have expressed concern for the teen.
"I felt terrible so I went and bought her a bouquet of flowers and wrote a letter to her. They are wonderful people, they really are. She is a sweetheart," said neighbor Carol Zanzonico (more here).
PART II: On Saturday it is reported that Seweid, alleged victim of "verbal abused" by Trump "Islamophobes," disappears. She is missing. Perhaps her story started falling apart. Now the family gets in on the act. The father reports her missing. Newspapers and broadcast media swarm yet again. Not just here in America. It's worldwide news. Australia's News. com.Au ran a story entitled "Muslim teen missing after racial harassment on New York subway."
Police said she was last seen wearing a black jacket, black head scarf, black yoga pants and a blue sweater and was carrying a bag containing clothing. Detectives ask anyone with information to call the Nassau County Police Department Missing Persons Squad on 516-573-7347 or call 911.
PART III: Then on Sunday, Yasmin Seweid quietly and without comment miraculously reappears, as in never mind.
Yasmin Seweid, of New Hyde Park, whose father reported her missing Thursday, was located on Friday night, a police spokesman said. Detail of her absence were not immediately available. [emphasis added]
The NYPD is still searching for three white men in their 20s who allegedly called the teen a " f–king terrorist" and grabbed her hijab on an uptown 6 train on Dec. 1.
Color me skeptical, but the whole thing stinks, like Fulton's fish market.
Seweid had claimed:
"They kept saying, 'you don't belong here, get out of this country, go back to your country,' and finally they came really close and they were like, 'take that rag off your head."
Oh, and always the same hoax lines, "go back to your country," just like Shaima Alawadi, who was honor-murdered by her family. They claimed it was an "Islamophobe" who left a note that said, "go back to your country."
Yasmin Seweid's story has more holes than Swiss cheese. Where did she go missing? Where was she? Did the enemedia even ask? Will the media follow up? When pigs fly.