Hate crimes are political capital. When real ones don’t exist, they must be invented. Hamas-linked CAIR and other Muslims have on many occasions not hesitated to stoop even to fabricating “hate crimes,” including attacks on mosques. A New Jersey Muslim was found guilty of murder that he tried to portray as an “Islamophobic” attack, and in 2014 in California, a Muslim was found guilty of killing his wife, after first blaming her murder on “Islamophobia.”
This kind of thing happens quite frequently. The New York Daily News reported that “a woman who told cops she was called a terrorist and slashed on her cheek in lower Manhattan on Thursday later admitted she made up the story, police said early Friday. The woman, who wore a headscarf, told authorities a blade-wielding wacko sliced open her face as she left a Manhattan cosmetology school, police sources said.”
We were told that a Muslim boy was attacked and beat up on his school bus in North Carolina — but a photo showed him without a scratch and no one on the bus corroborated his story. And recently in Britain, the murder of a popular imam was spread far and wide as another “Islamophobic hate crime” – until his killer also was found to be a Muslim. The Mirror reported that the imam “was targeted because he had made efforts to turn youngsters away from radical Islam.”
According to The Detroit News, a Muslim woman, Saida Chatti, was “charged with making a false police report after she allegedly fabricated a plot to blow up Dearborn Fordson High School to retaliate against the November terrorist attacks in Paris….Police say Chatti called Dearborn investigators Nov. 19, six days after Islamic extremists killed 130 people in Paris.”
And similarly in Britain, a Muslim woman was “fined for lying to police about being attacked for wearing a hijab. The 18-year-old student, known only as Miss Choudhury, said she was violently shoved from behind and punched in the face by a man in Birmingham city centre 10 days after the atrocities in the French capital on November 13.”
“U-M student’s claim of threat for wearing hijab is false, police say,” by John Counts, MLive, December 21, 2016:
ANN ARBOR, MI – Ann Arbor police say there is no evidence to support a Muslim University of Michigan student’s claim that a man threatened to light her on fire if she didn’t remove her hijab.
Now the woman, who isn’t being identified, could be charged with filing a false police report, according to police. Detective Lt. Matthew Lige said the final police report will be sent to the Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office for review early next week.
It would be up to the prosecutor’s office to authorize charges against the woman, which could include a felony charge because the crime she reported — ethnic intimidation — is a felony.
“Sending it to the prosecutor’s office is standard procedure when the investigation has revealed the incident as reported was false, and the person who reported knows it’s false,” Lige said on Wednesday, Dec. 21.
The woman told police that she was walking on East William Street near South State Street on Nov. 11 when she was approached by a white man who threatened to light her hijab on fire if she did not remove it, even going so far as displaying a lighter, according to police.
The woman told police that she removed her hijab and that the suspect fled on foot.
Detectives have determined the incident in question did not occur, Lige said.
The investigation — conducted by Ann Arbor police detectives in conjunction with officials from the University of Michigan Police Department and the FBI — included interviewing witnesses and viewing surveillance video from the location where the woman said the incident occurred.
There were no witnesses to the actual event as it was reported, Lige said. Investigators said the woman also doesn’t appear in any of the footage.
“Detectives reviewed hours of surveillance video,” Lige said. “We could not find her on any video. They just weren’t there.”…