America-hating Muslims don’t need witnesses, they don’t need video, they don’t need anything but their allegations of a ‘hate crime’ to get government dhimmis to take action against our first amendment rights.
Courant Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and leaders from the Islamic community gathered to hold a discussion on the uptick in the number of alleged but rarely proven hate crimes reported recently against Muslims. The group met at the Islamic Center of Connecticut in Windsor to discuss these issues.
Mongi Dhaouadi, executive director of the Connecticut chapter of the Council of American-Islamic Relations, called on federal leadership to take a stand not only against hate crimes, but against the recent violence in Aleppo.
Amina Masri of Glastonbury has three daughters, ranging in age from 15 months to 13 years old. And in their short lives, her oldest two have already been victims of bullying because of their Syrian heritage and Muslim faith. (PROVE IT)
That’s why Masri, with about a dozen other members of Connecticut’s Muslim community, gathered at the Islamic Center of Connecticut Friday to share their experiences and concerns with state Dhimmicrat Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT).
Blumenthal plans to use their input as he drafts legislation designed to tighten federal hate crime laws. (Whatever happened to sticks and stones will break my bones…?)
Blumenthal cited an FBI statistic that indicates hate crimes increased 6 percent nationwide last year, a number driven by a 67% surge in crimes against Muslim Americans. (A 67% rise in anti-Muslim ‘hate crimes,’ the majority of which are name calling and graffiti, are still only one-fifth of what anti-Jewish hate crimes are)
He spoke of a specific incident last week, in which an Islamic Center of New Haven facility in West Haven received a threatening letter that used vile language to describe Muslims and invoked the name of President-elect Donald Trump.(The EXACT SAME fake letter that was written by a Muslim, photocopied and sent to mosques all around the country. SEE BELOW)
“The hate crimes against Muslims are only the beginning of the kind of disintegration of tolerance in this country that will occur if there is a failure in leadership,” Blumenthal said, calling on Trump to condemn all hate crimes, not just hate crimes against Muslims. (Does that include fake hate crimes against Muslims?)
“The point here is that all of us as Americans have an obligation to condemn and act against hate crimes because, directed against one group — [whether] based on religion, race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity — they can endanger everyone,” Blumenthal said. (No we don’t, Muslims keep trying to kill us and are worthy of our hate. You, even as a stupid Jew, should understand that)
Friday’s discussion centered on reacting to several comments Trump made during the campaign, including talk of banning Muslims from entering the U.S. and of creating a registry of Muslims. (NOT hate speech, truth speech)
Here’s the latest story about a Muslim student who was arrested for alleging 3 Trump supporters attacked her on a NYC subway train.