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The Anti Muslim hate crime hoaxwave
So once again this week you’ve heard about a “hate crime” on a Muslim woman in London where the attacker just ran to her, pulled her veil down and then ran away.
Once again, no evidence for it than the woman and her
companion, the Police are asking for witnesses. No CCTV, which in and by itself
Because it’s a hoax. There is no such thing as an epidemic
of hate crimes across Europe that manifests by people just pulling women’s
veils down and running away. They are reported, as far as Romania, but, they
all have something in common: they’re never first reported to the police.
Nothing ever comes of them- you never heard about anyone being caught and
prosecuted over it.
Because most of the so called hate crimes reported against
Muslims in Europe are. Tell mama, the
charity set up to report these hate crimes was proven to have exaggerated its
claims 10 times over.
Because no European would actually think pulling a Muslim
woman’s veil is a hate crime. Even the many of us who deeply dislike Islam, we
don’t hate Muslim women. We regard them as oppressed, poor sad creatures forced
to wear the tarpaulins from a young age. Not as enemies, albeit there are
female Muslim terrorists like Tasfeen Maliq, or Samantha Lethwaite. We just don’t
think of them as enemies.
That’s what Muslims do.We protect women and children, because we are the people who protect women and children. It’s a value so intrinsically built in our identity that we can’t even conceive of Muslim women being our enemies, even when they hurt and kill people.
When there’s a wave of hate crime against Muslims in Europe, you’ll know. Because there will be bodies.
Right now there’s just a wave of hoaxes perpetrated by certain parties all across the continent to help Muslims claim some more of that coveted Victimhood pie.
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