Obama has decided that the murder of three Muslims in Chapel Hill, North Carolina Tuesday was a hate crime. What is the evidence that it was a hate crime? Well, the victims were Muslims, and the murderer was non-Muslim. And the father of two of the victims says he expressed opinions that he never told to his wife or put on his Facebook page, and that his wife says he did not hold. And his Facebook page does reflect that he was an atheist who hated all religions, especially Christianity.
That’s it. That’s enough nowadays, plus the fact that Hamas-linked CAIR and its allies want this to be considered a hate crime, and the people in power want to give them what they want.
“Obama Condemns Murders Of Muslim Students,” Sky News, February 13, 2015 (thanks to Anne Crockett):
US President Barack Obama has condemned the “brutal and outrageous” murders of three Muslim students in North Carolina.
“No one in the United States of America should ever be targeted because of who they are, what they look like, or how they worship,” he said in a statement, offering his condolences.
He added: “As we saw with the overwhelming presence at the funeral of these young Americans, we are all one American family.”
Shaddy Barakat, 23, his wife, Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha, 21, and her sister Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha, 19, were killed on Tuesday in the couple’s Chapel Hill apartment.
Police have said they suspect the catalyst for the alleged murders by neighbour Craig Stephen Hicks, 46, was a parking dispute, but family members claim it was a hate crime.
The FBI has opened an investigation into the killings to run parallel to that by the local police force.
North Carolina investigators said on Friday that Hicks had at least 12 guns and a large cache of ammunition.
Muslim groups planned to hold Friday prayers in front of the White House as part of their call for a federal hate-crime inquiry.
Mr Obama’s remarks on Friday follow criticism from Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan about his US counterpart’s “telling” failure to speak out about the killings.
On Thursday, more than 5,000 people attended the funerals of the students in a ceremony that spilled over from a mosque to an athletic field at North Carolina State University in Raleigh.
The fathers of the three young Muslims, standing before their coffins, said the killings were motivated by religious hatred.
“This has hate crime written all over it,” said Dr Mohammad Yousif Abu-Salha, who lost his daughters.
“If they don’t listen carefully, I will yell.”…