Did a Muslim man really spit at another passenger in New York Metro after Corona Outbreak?

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Claim: A video has been going viral of a man spitting at another man in a moving metro rail. The video is doing rounds on various social media platforms stating it is a Muslim man who is spitting. The caption accompanying the the video clip states “New York, an islamic jihadi spits into a metro coach passenger just as the door closes. Unfortunately the low IQ jihadi picked on wrong person, he forced the train door open, thumped the jihadi to pulp and then made him fall on the ground and stomped on his head…”

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The video is shared heavily on Facebook pointing at how the Muslim man spits at a passenger in the New York Metro.
The following video has been shared bymore than 3000 people

New York, an islamic jihadi spits into a metro coach passenger just as the door closes. Unfortunately the low IQ jihadi picked on wrong person, he forced the train door open, thulped the jihadi to pulp and then made him fall on the ground and stomped on his head…

This is the way to treat these spitting and lewd behavior jihadis.”

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The video has also been shared by few people on Twitter.

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This is last years video and had nothing to do with religion, it was a passengers’ fight.
When the key frames in the video were run through a simple reverse image search, it was found that the video was uploaded on Reddit on 3rd
August 2019.  It is an old video of a Caucasian man spitting at an African-American man.  Alt News did a keyword search and found out that multiple reports on this case was published on multiple platforms like New York Post, Daily Mail, The Sun and Mirror. According to the reports, the racist white man spat at the African-American man at 34th Street in Manhattan, New York. Thus, this is an unrelated video used in a different context to manipulate people.

 

 

Source – Reddit 

 

Source – New York Post 

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Ashitha S. Prasad

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