Trumpophobia: How The Election Of Donald Trump Has Impacted Muslims In Arizona
There has been a surge in hate crimes since the election of Donald Trum, according to CAIR and the Southern Poverty Law Center.
“Right now we haven’t had an upswing in hate crimes as yet. Thankfully,” Siddiqi said. …
But he said hate crimes can frequently go unreported. (Most of them are fake anyhow. Most of them never happened.)
“San Bernardino terrorists may have been motivated by Christmas decoration-studded holiday party,” by Meg Wagner, New York Daily News,
“Anti-Muslim bigotry causes jihad”
US ABC News’ investigative team discovered emails between Farook and his Pakistani wife, Tashfeen Malik, which indicate she was upset that her Muslim husband was being forced to attend a Christmas gathering.
Syed Farook killed 14
infidels of his coworkers in San Bernardino.
“She didn’t think that a Muslim should have to participate in a non-Muslim holiday or event,” San Bernardino police chief Jarrod Burguan, in a statement with implications that are simply staggering. The message is clear: Muslims must always and in every case be accommodated. Nothing whatsoever that could possibly offend the poor dears must ever be displayed. If you hang Christmas decorations, why, you may provoke them to a massacre! So…don’t hang Christmas decorations. Don’t do anything they don’t like. That way you may escape with your life, but be attentive to their changing moods, and ready to accommodate any new demands pronto. Or else.
Mark Steyn: Don’t Say I’m Violent, Or I’ll Kill You
Yesterday, I wrote about the thwarted mass murder at Ohio State University. To the Best Vice-President We Never Had, Tim Kaine, it was “a senseless act of gun violence“. To those under attack, it was in fact an act of automobile violence and machete violence. And to the perpetrator, it was not “senseless” but made perfect sense. (BCF)
Tucker Debates Prof. on Islamophobia’s Role in Terrorism
Engy Abdelkader said there is never a justification of an attack like the one at Ohio State University.
But, she said that anti-Muslim bigotry can contribute to a sense of “cultural homelessness” in the Muslim-American community:
“They don’t identify with their home country and feel alienated from their new host country,” she said.
Carlson disagreed with Abdelkader’s contention that FBI data shows there is a greater threat of attacks from “white supremacist” and “right-wing extremist” groups.
However, she said she was referencing individual attacks and not victim counts.
“It’s important to realize that Muslim-Americans are your doctors and teachers,” she said.