On an early weekday morning, I decided to get some errands done which included handling some business at the Office Depot. Since I was already in the area I went to the Office Depot in Glen Burnie, Maryland off Ritchie Highway/Route 2 near the MVA.
I was waiting at the customer service station counter. I was covered as usual, I had on pants a long tunic shirt which hit my hips and my hijab. I left my ankle-length sweater in my car, but nonetheless was covered. As I was waiting for the customer service cashier to conduct my transaction for payment. A much older, dark-skinned black man who appeared to be in his late 50s early 60s entered with a white guy about the same age and appeared to be a construction worker.
I focused my gaze on the customer service cashier in front of me when I felt someone staring as I looked to my right, the black man was making it obvious that he was staring at my posterior. I turned back around visibly irritated when I heard the white man he was with begin to chuckle. When I turned back around the black male, although a couple of feet away, was holding on to the counter with one hand and bending down trying to look under my tunic. The cashier a young white lady and myself just rolled our eyes and attempted to ignore both of them. I was lucky he didn’t grab me, because that was likely his next course of action.
To today’s black “Christian” men, you are the worst human beings I have consistently encountered in my life. You treat women of color worse than the Ku Klux Klan, racist professors or white policemen. You are a plague to your community and you continue the stereotype of “buckdancing” for Mr. Charlie. You will do anything to seek the approval of white men. Black men, by your actions you have declared yourself an enemy to decent women. You destroyed the Black Christian community and now you attempt to infiltrate the Sunni Muslim community which have many practicing Sunni Muslim Black American women. May G-d bring down His wrath upon you and punish you justly for your sins and offenses. I know you do not believe in G-d because if you did you would not disrespect His Creation, yes that includes women of color, especially G-d-fearing ones.