While the Center for American Progress and allied groups carry out character assassination against the most prominent voices who dare to point out that Islam is not a Religion of Peace, in Ontario, Islamic supremacists deal with a lesser-known writer by using for traditional methods to convince him of their point of view.
Paris Dipersico’s book proven correct: –˜Anti-Muslim” author beaten,” by Ian Robertson in the Ottawa Sun, August 26 (thanks to all who sent this in):
OAKVILLE, Ont. – Halton police are treating an attack on a first-time author whose self-published book has been branded anti-Muslim as a possible hate crime.
Raised Islamic, Paris Dipersico, 24, reported being dragged from his bicycle Aug. 17, tied up among trees, then beaten briefly unconscious by two Muslim men.
Accused of being gay, they then “called me a Jew in Arabic and said the Jews are paying you to write this against Islam,” the author of Wake Up Call said Thursday.
Dipersico said he also received a “death threat” on his Facebook site, then someone stole files and backup writing discs after breaking into the home he shares with cousin Gabrielle Dipersico — who helped design the book and whose photo is on the cover.
Believing the threat came “from the Middle East,” he said it demanded he remove offensive language. […]
Using several characters, including ones named Paris and Gabrielle plus others disguised or altered, Dipersico said Wake Up Call was a self-healing project based on troubling experiences with relatives telling him they are superior to others, while some lied, cheated and committed adultery.
Released in June, it has been accused of being pornographic, celebrating drug use and mocking various religions.
Dipersico wrote “Islam is a religion of ‘peace’ and Muslims will kill you to prove it,” but said “I’m not saying every Muslim is violent or every Muslim is a bad person.” Fully realizing “for a Muslim to go against Islam, the punishment is death,” he said violent ones are often “ignorant,” brainwashed with twisted religion-based messages. […]
“We are Muslim, but we were raised in Canada,” Paris said.
He said they now “don’t leave the house after dark,” notify police when they go out and installed video surveillance.
Det. Sgt. Anthony Odoardi said investigators “believe he was targeted” and are considering “a publication he has written” could be the motive for the attack.
No kidding, really?