Twitter Blasts CNN For Saying Flint Stabber ‘Said Something In Arabic’

CNN’s Twitter account tried to get away with saying the Flint airport stabber “said something in Arabic” right before he attacked a policeman, but fellow social media users quickly corrected the network Wednesday.

Reports indicated that witnesses heard the stabber shout “Allahu Akbar” before he attacked, but CNN chose to write “something in Arabic” instead.

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  • JoKeR

    But doesn’t “Allahu Akbar” just mean “I see a spider on your neck and let me help you remove it by stabbing it with my large knife”?

    • David Murrell

      According to CNN News, yes.

    • Watchman

      I thought “Allahu Akbar” meant “Free skin tag surgery”.

      • Justin St.Denis

        ROFLMAO

        Sick but hilarious!

  • marty_p

    Here’s something in Arabic:
    Mohammed hu hunzeer ibn shaitan.

    • Justin St.Denis

      I’m still looking for a English phonetic rendering of the following but spoken in Arabic – “the prophet Mohammad sucks Satan’s cock in Hell”. Can you help? 😉

      • bob e

        no

  • Dana Garcia

    Apparently CNN believes Americans as a whole now know what Allahu Ackbar signifies.

  • Clink9

    Lying Sacks Of Shit.

    Most trusted news! HahahahahHaha!

  • ismiselemeas

    How do you say Allahu Akbar in French? Dude’s a Quebecer n’est pas?