Saudi on Student Visa Charged in NJ School Bus Heist Threatened Jihad on Jews, Death to Blasphemers, 'F-ck You Privileged Whitey' (Video)

On Monday, a 22-year-old Saudi man was charged in New Jersey for transporting a stolen school bus across state lines. Bader Alzahrani is in the United States on a student visa. Officials say he went missing from the university he was attending in October. Officials would not name that university.

The investigation into Alzahrani began on January 15, 2023, two days before he stole the school bus. The jihadi used a fire extinguisher to break into an unoccupied house on Hillside Avenue — across from the school district’s bus parking lot, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said in court documents.

A bag with journals of antisemitic messages was found in the unoccupied residential home. The court documents also state that a Saudi Arabian passport with Alzahrani’s name was also found.

Threats in English and Arabic

Authorities say that they uncovered several journals threatening jihad written in both English and Arabic, including:

“God, I am ready for your orders. I want to live the rest of my life serving you and the religion.” “Blood, blood, destruction, destruction. Allah.” and “Jews control everything.” They also state, “This is a war, and there will be losses and collateral losses,” “F–k you privileged whitey.” “Why didn’t you slaughter the police officer who threw the Quran?” 

While that investigation continued, officials said the Livingston school bus was reported stolen on January 17 from the parking lot across the street from the house.

It was located in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, a short time after Alzahrani was found in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, with the keys to the bus and arrested on January 19, federal prosecutors said.

Investigators also found another journal, according to court papers.

The fire extinguisher discovered in the house was similar to the ones kept on school buses.

Livingston police said after his arrest that Alzahrani acted alone and that there was no threat to the public. Alzahrani could face up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted.

N.J. Department of Justice / News 12 New Jersey / New Jersey 101.5 /

Amy Mek

Investigative Journalist: Banned in parts of Europe, Wanted by Islamic countries, Threatened by terror groups, Hunted by left-wing media, Smeared by Hollywood elites & Fake religious leaders.


  • Why are we looking at the “symptoms” all the time? Why don’t we track down the origin of the buzz words and stereotypes these people are using? And the motives they might have for using them? Normally, people don’t go on the attack without a motive. There is always a “stimulus” for any “response” or “reaction”. Their violent reactions have been caused by something, maybe not just one thing. They could be reacting to a combination of stimuli: religious programming, physical persecution of their people at home or elsewhere; they can feel that they have a license to attack others who are stereotyped, in this case “whitey”. Who is responsible for creating and spreading the stereotyping? They can in addition have low IQ, mental and emotional problems. So, just because the guy shouts a few slogans doesn’t sole the problem of how he got to be “bent” that way. Did they lower the standards at the university to let this guy in, because of “affirmative action”? Surely, these incidents are much more complex than they seem.

  • “Livingston police said after his arrest that Alzahrani acted alone and that there was no threat to the public.” Really……no threat to the public?????!!!! You are kidding me right? If he was no threat to the public….why was he arrested?


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