A pro-Hamas agitator accused of terrorizing passengers on a New York City subway earlier this month has been revealed.

The suspect, identified as 36-year-old Christopher Khamis Victor Husary, is a privileged West Coast heir with a lengthy rap sheet of arrests tied to hate crimes and violent unrest in both California and NYC, according to the New York Post.

Husary attended a massive anti-Semitic demonstration at Union Station on June 10 protesting the existence of an exhibition paying tribute to victims murdered by Hamas at the Nova music festival in Israel on October 7. Husary and his cadre of extremists proceeded to take over a subway car, yelling “Raise your hands if you’re a Zionist! This is your chance to get out!”

Husary’s arrest reveals a pathological devotion to fanaticism even transcending his privileged upbringing in a $1.8 million California home. During a 2020 Black Lives Matter protest in Brooklyn, he earned a $17,000 payout after he claimed he was beaten by cops. Last year, he was accused of torching an Israeli flag while attacking a woman in a hate-fueled robbery.

Meanwhile, authorities are looking for five suspects who reportedly pelted an orthodox rabbi in Williamsburg with bottles and traffic cones earlier this month.

The 41-year-old victim was simply walking near Sternberg Park on June 6 when four men and one woman ranging from 14 to 20 years old initiated their hate-fueled rampage. Despite the torrent of anti-Jewish vitriol and objects being thrown at him, the rabbi thankfully escaped with only minor wounds.

From subway antisemitic confrontations to open street intimidation, New York’s Jewish population finds itself assailed by the same hateful prejudices that nearly condemned their ancestors to annihilation during the Holocaust.

    NS June 23, 2024 8:19 pm

    No surprise that the America hater is an ultra-priviledged trust fund kiddie.

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