The appalling Harris Zafar, the Ahmadi Muslim spokesman who sides with those who persecute his people in Pakistan and Indonesia and instead attacks those who defend his people, tweeted the above this morning. He repeats the now-familiar claim that the Sikhs who were murdered a few days ago were actually mistaken for Muslims -- a claim that has been substantiated by no evidence whatsoever, and is a spectacularly distasteful display of exploitation of the dead. Yet the link in his tweet goes to a HuffPo list of hate crimes against Sikhs in the U.S. that contains an attack by a Muslim:
May 24, 2007 -- Queens, N.Y.: A 15-year-old student has his hair forcibly cut by an older student at his high school. The scissor-wielding 17-year-old showed the Sikh a ring inscribed with Arabic, saying, “This ring is Allah. If you don't let me cut your hair, I will punch you with this ring.” Afterward, he cuts the younger boy’s hair. A main pillar of the Sikh faith compels followers to keep their hair uncut.
More details about this attack here.
So now a Muslim-on-Sikh crime is an example of Sikhs being mistaken for Muslims and victimized by "Islamophobes." It is already established that Harris Zafar is a liar; apparently he will stop at nothing in his zeal to carry water for Islamic supremacists.
Meanwhile, the HuffPo left out of its list this stabbing of a Sikh by a Muslim in Connecticut.
The Islamic supremacists expressing sympathy for the Sikhs this week are out of sync with their brethren in Muslim countries, where Sikhs are among the foremost victims of Muslim persecution, and stand together with all the targets of jihad and Islamic supremacism.