Dearbornistan – Muslim Man Beats His Wife Down, Drags Her From the Car with Kids Watching from the Backseat – VIDEO

Surveillance video has surfaced in Dearbornistan (Dearborn, MI). In the video, a Muslim man beats his wife and drags her behind the car with kids watching from the backseat.

Reports state that a Muslim fan was in a heated argument while driving. The mother was so upset she pulled over and asked the husband to leave the car. Instead, he proceeded to force his way into the drivers seat and beat his wife. The Muslim man, 34 year-old Hassan Sayed, drove off in a fit of rage with his wife hanging from the car and the kids watching.

Watch the video.

Dearbornistan – Muslim Man Batters His Wife in Front of Kids

Here is more info per ABC7:

This was no lovers’ spat. It was the beginning of a disagreement that erupted into a full blown attack on a mother and her two children. 

With a 2-year-old and 3-year-old in the back seat, police say 34-year-old Hassan Sayed forced his way into the driver’s seat, but not before chasing the woman into the street, taking her purse, pushing and hitting her.

Police say he overpowered the mother of his children, and with the kids in the back seat, drove away at a high rate of speed dragging the mother caught in the door. (

“She was still attempting to get him out of the car when he took off with her hanging on to the side of the vehicle,” says Dearborn Police Detective Patricia Penman. 

The criminals name is Hassan Sayed. He is facing criminal charges and years in prison. As you could probably guess, this is not his first criminal offense.

The woman was taken to the hospital and treated for lacerations.

Dearborn, Michigan is in desperate need of help as they are headed down a dark path.

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