Another Muslim hoax in what is now an epidemic of faked hated crimes. More interesting is the enemedia’s silence on the faux hate crime wave designed to indict, smear and defame the intended victims of jihadi wars.
Will this Muslima face 40 years in prison, as did this Texas man for the same “hate crime,” or are we forced to treat this sacred cow differently? Faked hate crimesters should suffer as egregious a penalty as real hate crime perpetrators.
These faked anti-Muslim hate crimes, which far outnumber actual anti-Muslim hate crimes, do enormous damage. They defame and libel good people. They give Muslim terror-tied groups such as unindicted co-conspirator CAIR weapons to club elected officials into some legislative action.
I am sure that terror-tied CAIR and their operatives at the FBI will count this as a “hate crime” “mosque attack,” even though a Muslim set it.
The hoaxes and “anti-Muslim” lies are encouraged by the enemedia and liberal elites. Splashed across the front pages of elite newspapers, the bogus propaganda of islamophobia is promoted, once again, to an unsuspecting public. When exposed as a hoax, this rarely makes the news. Over in Europe, legislation has been proposed to give immunity to Muslim migrants who report “hate crimes.” Can you think of a better incentive to lie, deceive and concoct hoaxes?
Read how the enemedia whitewashes this latest Muslim faked hate crime.
“Woman suspected of setting Iowa mosque on fire,” by Charly Haley, Des Moines Register, June 24, 2017:
Police in Iowa arrested a 22-year-old woman suspected of starting a small fire at an Iowa mosque Thursday morning.
Des Moines firefighters and police were called to the Islamic Center of Des Moines about 10 a.m. There had been a small fire on the carpet, according to a Des Moines police report.
The fire was extinguished by the mosque’s staff by the time firefighters arrived.
Security cameras in the mosque showed a woman, later identified as Aisha Ismail, pouring lighter fluid on the carpet and then starting the fire, said Des Moines police spokesman Sgt. Paul Parizek. Ismail was not on scene when police and firefighters arrived, according to the report.
Police arrested Ismail at a west Des Moines apartment that evening. She was booked into jail on a charge of first-degree arson.
There are no indications that this fire was a hate crime, Parizek said. Ismail attended the mosque, he said, adding that her motive for the fire was unclear.
“It doesn’t appear that she was trying to burn the place down,” Parizek said. “It seems like she was trying to make a statement.”…
Whitewash and lies.