Laura Loomer Banned by Uber, Lyft After Anti-Muslim Tweets

Posted November 04, 2017

Later Lyft too deactivated her account. And NYPD deputy commissioner John Miller said in a news conference that Saipoy "did this in the name of ISIS".

Loomer's tweets came a day after Sayfullo Saipov, an Uzbek immigrant who drove for both Uber and Lyft, rented a Home Depot truck and plowed into a bike path along the West Side highway, killing eight people and at least a dozen others. "This is insanity", Loomer posted. In April, Bella opened up about her religion for the first time in an interview with Porter magazine, in which she declared, "I am proud to be a Muslim".

Gigi Hadid has earned the respect of thousands of Twitter users after she expertly took down a far-right blogger for posting an islamophobic tweet. "You'd think they'd have the decency to not walk around in hijabs @ cross street of the attack".

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'Laura, I hate to give you attention, but I need to tell you - You're a f***ing moron, ' Hadid wrote. "Aimlessly walking around in hijabs".

Authorities on Thursday charged Uzbekistan-born USA immigrant Sayfullo Saipov with providing material support and resources to a designated foreign terrorist organisation - Islamic State - and violence and destruction of motor vehicles. After August's violent protests in Charlottesville, Uber banned white supremacist James Allsup and Tim "Baked Alaska" Gionet after they made their Uber driver uncomfortable by making racist remarks while driving past the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. Their driver, a black woman, kicked the two out of her vehicle.

She was also criticised when she insinuated her boyfriend, half-Pakistani singer Zayn Malik, was "also Middle Eastern", when Pakistan is actually an Asian country. "He was always religious, and he always prayed with us", Bella said of their dad.

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In March, Gigi paid tribute to her Palestinian roots by appearing on Vogue Arabia's first ever issue in a jewel-covered headscarf. I guess I really p***ed them off!

"I think the attractive thing about there being global Vogue's is that, as a fashion community, we are able to celebrate, and share with the world, different cultures", Gigi wrote on her Instagram at the time. & learn and grow in doing so.

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