The first “Punish A Muslim Day” letter was almost certainly a hoax created by Muslims in order to perpetuate the myth that Muslims are victims of wholesale persecution, discrimination and harassment in the West, as it seems to have been sent only to Muslims, not to the “racist” yahoos it was supposed to be inciting to violence.
This new one is quite clearly and indisputably a hoax. As Raheem Kassam points out, “no one who hates Islam would call it the ‘Holy Quran’ nor would they use ‘Masjid’. These letters are clearly hoaxes written by other Muslims.”
That did not, however, stop Nazir Afzal, an adviser to the Welsh government, from posting it on Twitter and claiming it was authentic. Nor did it stop The New Arab from publishing the article below, which assumes that the letter is real. The objective of this shameless victimhood posturing is to deflect attention from jihad terror activity and to portray Muslims as a victim group that, because of all it is suffering, deserve special privileges and accommodation, and a posture of understanding from the police, who must be made to understand that jihad terrorists and other Muslim criminals were driven to their acts by all the “Islamophobia” they have had to endure. The crackdown, therefore, must be on “right-wing extremists,” not Islamic jihadis.
And the British government and law enforcement establishment happily falls for this nonsense.
(Thanks to Raheem Kassam)
“Vile ‘Punish a Muslim Day’ returns for the sequel nobody wanted,” The New Arab, May 31, 2018:
A second Islamophobic ‘Punish a Muslim Day’ leaflet has emerged on social media, sparking outrage in the UK.
A second “Punish a Muslim Day” is being organised in the UK, a former British chief prosecutor has claimed, after another vile letter allegedly emerged encouraging violence against Muslims.
A photo of the letter was posted on Twitter by Nazir Afzal, now an adviser to the Welsh government, listing a number of violent crimes apparently being promoted by anti-Muslim hate groups in the UK.
Islamophobes are being encouraged to desecrate Qurans, spit in Muslims’ faces – even to commit murder. Afzal said the letter was being investigated by police.
“Here we go again Punish a Muslim Day 2 The Sequel nobody wanted July 24th 2018 Police aware & investigation being pursued – this time source will be identified,” he wrote on Twitter.
The first letter made the rounds in March, also promoting the assault and murder of Muslims, with “points” attributed to each crime.
The new letter begins by thanking the participants – or those who “thought about” participating – in the first “Punish a Muslim Day” on April 3.
The letter highlights the lack of notable incidents on the first attempt and blames the media for not sufficiently encouraging the hate-fest.
“Your commitment was deliberately ignored by the media, but the seed has been planted, and y’all know how big things can grow from the small.”
The letter reads: “Would you like to teach them a lesson they will never forget, and feel good in the process?”…