Dearbornistan - Victim feels safer in native Lebanon - Couple receive death threats for American & Israeli flags on home
DEARBORN, Mich. Metro Detroit is known as being a big melting pot, a place where people of all cultures can live together. But one couple says they are facing ethnic intimidation all because of a flag outside their home.
The latest incident they fell victim to was paintballs splattered all over their home and cars Friday night . Now the family says they fear for their safety.
Terresa and Hussein Dakhlallah say it all started two years ago when they put an American flag and an Israeli flag up outside of their Dearborn home. Terresa is American, but she grew up in Canada. Hussein is from Lebanon.
"They left Nazi signs in our front yard, " said Terresa. "Two people were standing there, one with a lighter and one with a gas tank, telling us that they were going to burn our home down."
The couple has been taunted over and over again -- even on Thanksgiving as Terresa began to decorate her home for Christmas.
The house is across the street from Fordson High. The Asshole below is a Dearbornistan resident.
@Husseinamen hey hey hey jew flag u say who what where when why!!! I must know
— zeinab amin (@zeebooamin) August 3, 2012
This Islamist Shit Bag lives in Dearborn
Hey how bout that israeli flag back up on horger @Husseinamen
— zeinab amin (@zeebooamin) August 7, 2012
Who could forget... Israeli flag outside Fordson High