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ICC Note: Ehab Abdulmutta Jaber is now facing a felony terror charges after making threats outside of a Christian conference in South Dakota. Jaber took to Facebook Live outside of the event, showing off several guns, and warned viewers to “be scared.” The event featured Shahram Hadian, an ex-Muslim Christian pastor, and some protesters criticized the event as “Islamophobic.”

By Heather Clark

04/24/2017 United States (Christian News Network) – A felony terror charge has been filed against a Muslim man who recently recorded himself on Facebook Live brandishing numerous guns outside of a Christian event and warning viewers in a profanity-laden denouncement to be “scared” and “terrified.”

Ehab Abdulmutta Jaber, 45, has been charged with one count of making terrorist threats after he slipped into a Worldview Weekend conference in Sioux Falls earlier this month, which featured a message from Shahram Hadian, a former Muslim turned Christian pastor who leads Truth in Love Ministries in Spokane, Washington.

The event, held at Hilton Garden South, had been protested by approximately 70 members of the Islamic Center of Sioux Falls, who believed that the gathering was “Islamophobic” because it presented argument against the Islamic religion. Hadian’s message was entitled “Sabotaging America: Islam’s March Towards Supremacy.”

Worldview Weekend President Brandon Howse also spoke on biblical prophecy.

Jaber had been spotted filming the event with his cell phone in the back of the room and was advised by a security guard that recording was not allowed. The Facebook Live video shows Jaber filming the cover of his Koran before scanning the crowd of approximately 500 people.

“My name is John Smith,” Jaber told the guard in being approached. “The Muslim John Smith.”

After being ejected from the gathering because he was carrying a firearm, Jaber recorded another Facebook Live video in his car in which he brandished several handguns and rifles, warning viewers amid expletives to “be scared.”


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