- The Washington Times - Thursday, June 20, 2013

Thousands of drivers traveling northbound on 1-95 in Delray Beach, Fla., saw an unexpected message during their daily commute — the word “Jihad” scrawled in 20-foot letters with black spray paint.

CBS 12 was filming an interview with one of the bystanders, when an unidentified man left his car and got in his face.

“Jihad is not a problem!” the man, who did not oppose the message, yelled to interviewee Damon Rosen.

The man then shifted his focus to the crowd of bystanders.

“You’re all brainwashed!” he screamed.

The group of onlookers hurled profanity back at the man, CBS 12 reported.

“Take that shi— back to Allah!” Mr. Rosen screamed back.

The man made one last statement before he sped off.

“Just for the record, there are no f–ing terrorists,” he yelled.

Mr. Rosen then continued with his interview, saying promoting jihad in such a public way like this “is the last thing we should be doing with our time,” CBS 12 reported. “This isn’t about race, this is an ideology.”

“It’s time for people to wake up before we have another Boston bombing, before we have another 9/11,” he added.

Police found spray paint cans on the scene and are still looking for a suspect. It is unclear at this time if it was a harmless prank or something more sinister.

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