A man in Cherokee County, SC was driving his truck around to test out a repair. His ten-year-old son was riding in the back. A black male saw the truck pass multiple times and then threw bricks onto the road. When the truck encountered the bricks, it slowed down. The black male demanded to know where they were going and then shot the ten-year-old boy with a shotgun. Then he ran into the woods.
The co-founder of the Calgary Syrian Refugee support group said the impact of these crimes is far-reaching.
“This is completely unacceptable and as a community, we need to voice it out … that acts like this will not be tolerated in our community,” Saima Jamal said.
Police said graffiti targeting certain people based on ethnicity or religion has been occurring more regularly in Calgary.
The real hate crimes hoax isn’t a Muslim woman claiming Trump supporters battered her in a subway while onlookers did nothing.
The real hoax isn’t a biracial couple or a lesbian couple scrawling slurs on their own garage door (it’s always the garage door) and accusing their neighbors of the crime.
The hoax goes far deeper than that. The real hate crimes hoax is the hate crimes movement itself.
Anti-Semitism is real. The liberal attempt to blame it on Trump was a partisan smear.
Those who were terrorized by the bomb threats against Jewish community centers around North America breathed a sigh of relief when the alleged perpetrator was arrested on Thursday. The fact that the person behind the more than 100 threats turned out to be an Israeli Jew was the sort of thing that left many Jews feeling a bit ashamed that a co-religionist could have carried out this vile deed even if, as has been reported, he may have a brain disorder and be mentally disturbed. But the reaction from some of the liberal groups that had used these incidents to blame President Donald Trump for what they claimed was a surge of anti-Semitism had to involve more than a few blushes.
The three most reported criminal offences motivated by hate were mischief to property, assault and criminal harassment. The Jewish community saw the most cases of vandalism; physical assaults happen more often in the LGBTQ community; while the Muslim community was the most victimized group for criminal harassment.
It happened again in 2016, repeating a trend that has been ongoing for at least 10 years.
According to the latest Toronto Police Service (TPS) hate crime report — on the agenda of this week’s police services board meeting — Jews were the most targeted group in Toronto when it came to acts of hate crime last year.
March 7, 2017, the 17th Chamber of the Tribunal Correctionel of Paris acquitted Georges Bensoussan, a Jewish Moroccan-born historian, of any “incitement of racial hatred” (“provocation à la haine raciale“).
On January 25, 2017, all of France’s “anti-racist” organizations — even the Jewish International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism (LICRA) — joined the Islamist Collective Against Islamophobia (CCIF) in court against Bensoussan. He was prosecuted for remarks he made in October 2015, during a debate on radio station France Culture about anti-Semitism among French Arabs.
This is a story of love, hate, interracial romance, journalistic malpractice, and anti-Semitic bomb hoaxes.
It involves a young black man named Juan, whose mother named him that because Juan was enough—just kidding! Juan is an extremely black man, the color of a coffee bean, the color of dirty motor oil, the color of the dark Arabian night, the color of hell with all the fires put out. He has not ever been, nor will he ever be, mistaken for a member of The Beach Boys.
Toronto Police have launched an investigation into whether alleged hate speech was preached by two speakers at the Masjid Toronto mosque in 2016.
“With a complaint filed, there is now an investigation,” Toronto Police spokesman Mark Pugash confirmed Wednesday.
In addition to the police investigation, the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC) has also opened its own internal investigation.
Police are also investigating hate crime complaints against people protesting in front of the downtown mosque Friday.
Toronto’s Jewish Defence League says it will file a “hate crimes” complaint with Toronto Police alleging there were “troubling” words in sermons at a downtown mosque, including inciting the “killing of Jews.”
“We are going to speak with the police,” said JDL National Co-ordinator Meir Weinstein, who alleged Monday that “these are anti-Semitic hate crimes.”
But first the JDL is to hold an emergency meeting to decide how to proceed following the bringing to light of several videos taken from within the downtown mosque Masjid Toronto, part of the Muslim Association of Canada
Police are investigating whether an anti-Islam rally held on the doorstep of a mosque in the heart of downtown Toronto Friday had any criminal element and whether it could be considered a hate crime.
…(Const. Allyson) Douglas-Cook told CBC Toronto it’s too early to determine whether the incident will be considered a hate crime but that investigators are looking into the possibility.
There’s a “fine line,” Douglas-Cook said, between the free expression of thoughts and views, and breaching the law or violating a particular group.
Asked what that line is, Douglas-Cook responded: “That’s a conversation we’ve been having all day.”
And do be grateful that you’re being enriched by this creep:
“There’s a population who feel that they are becoming a minority even though, by far, white people in Canada are still the majority… I guess their fear is that the way they’ve treated those minorities for so many years when they came, they think that’s how they’ll be treated.”
The Washtenaw County Prosecutors Office will not file charges against a University of Michigan student suspected by the Ann Arbor Police Department of a hate-crime hoax, an official with the office confirmed Monday to The College Fix.
In November, a female University of Michigan student told police days after the election that a white man demanded she remove her hijab or he would set her on fire with a lighter, an allegation later deemed false by police.
Britain is in the grip of an epidemic, apparently. An epidemic of hate. New figures, compiled by the Press Association, suggest that hate crimes soared to ‘record levels’ in the three months following the EU referendum. Only four police forces around the country recorded a decrease in hate crimes; the others saw a spike. And in the case of three forces – the Metropolitan, Greater Manchester and West Yorkshire – the spike was significant: these forces recorded more than 1,000 hate crimes each post-referendum.
This is being held up as evidence that prejudices and madness were unleashed by Brexit. In truth, the hate-crime spike looks more like a classic crime panic, a constructed ‘crisis’.
I was inspired by this CBC article; Website to keep tabs on incidents involving hate in Alberta
I was so motivated I went straight to the STOPHATEAB.CA web site and filed my complaint.
I complained about an Anti-Ahmadi sect hate screed that the Muslims in Calgary web site has had published since at least 2016 (Link). I covered this hate screed last year and you can read about it here.
The hate screed states that the Ahmadi are apostates who spread filth and are allied with Israel. That’s pretty much a death sentence in Islam.
This is what I wrote in my submission: The Muslims in Calgary web site has published hate speech against the Ahmadi community which refers to them using the derogatory term Qadianiyyah and states the Ahmadi spread filth and are in fact apostates allied with Israel. The publication is available on the Muslims in Calgary website at the following URL: http://muslimsincalgary.ca/qadianiyyah-in-the-light-of-islam/
Following are excerpts from my original report:
“Qaadyani is a destructive disbelieving group that names itself Muslim to mask its obnoxious filthy objectives and beliefs. The most dangerous of their beliefs are their claim that their leader is a Prophet, they alter the Quran, they believe that there is no Jihaad, they declare Muslims as non-Muslims and they are allies to the non-Muslims.
The Qaadyani liar (prophet) followed a step-by-step progression in his propaganda using means similar to those used by the secret sects and the Ismaa’eelees.”
The Muslims in Calgary screed goes on to declare that the Ahmadi are apostates. The punishment for apostasy in Islam is death as we have just witnessed in the murder of Ahmadi Muslim Asad Shah.
But perhaps the most dangerous attack on the Ahmadi contained in this screed is the assertion that they are in league with… Israel. You just can’t construct a proper Muslim authored hate screed without including the Jews. It’s simply considered bad form otherwise.
I have, for posterity preserved the entire article at this link.
The site confirmed my report was received and as instructed I left them my email address so they could contact me directly in resolving this religiously motivated hate crime.