Hamas-linked CAIR and other Muslims have not hesitated to stoop even to fabricating “hate crimes,” including attacks on mosques. CAIR and other groups like it want and need hate crimes against Muslims, because they can use them for political points and as weapons to intimidate people into remaining silent about the jihad threat.
In this case, however, the hate crimes industry has snared a young boy who turns out to be a Muslim himself. But Hamas-linked CAIR could turn this into a double victory: they could claim victim status for the girl, and meanwhile claim victim status for the poor Muslim boy falsely accused of a hate crime. Don’t thank me, Honest Ibe — I’m here to help!
“Dad says boy, 12, charged with hate crime is Muslim too,” by Hannah Rappleye and Dan Mangan in the New York Post, March 31 (thanks to Anne Crockett):
The Staten Island terror charged with viciously bashing a young female middle-school classmate while demanding to know “Are you a Muslim?” is himself the son of a Muslim woman, his dad revealed today.
“How could a Muslim have another hate crime against a Muslim?” asked Frank Davies, 32, about his son Osman Daramay.
Davies added that while the family does not regularly attend a mosque, they pray at home, and that Osman joins in those Islamic prayers with his Muslim mom, Agnes Daramay.
A woman who identified herself to The Post as Osman’s mother last night said, “I know my son is a good boy. He’s a kid, he made a mistake.
“It’s not right for him to bug anybody for their religion,” she said.
Osman, who cops said is 12, but his dad claims is just 11, appeared this afternoon in Staten Island Family Court to face hate crimes charges for Tuesday’s stunning assault at Dreyfus Intermediate School in Stapleton on a 13-year-old girl who attends eighth grade there.
Osman was brought in wearing handcuffs around his tiny wrists. His eyes were red and teary and the boy began to cry once the judge walked into the room.
The prosecutor, Teresa Wilson, argued for remand, saying “the defendant is a public safety risk” and was likely to engage in future acts of delinquency, based on his recent record.
That recent record included an unspecified robbery in which physical force was used that took place on Feb. 3.
He was also cited for three school suspensions, one as early as March 10.
The judge remanded the boy and set an April 5 date for the next hearing.
Osman, who has a history of disciplinary problems at the school, yesterday allegedly began assaulting the Muslim girl just outside the school building with a 13-year-old female accomplice, and tried to rip off the victim’s hijab headdress covering her hair while yelling, “Are you a Muslim?” authorities said.
The girl suffered bruises and a cut lip.
The girl today said, “They called me a terrorist a couple of times. They pulled my hair, and they tried to pull my scarf off, but it didn’t come off I was holding on to it.”…