Azhar Hussain, 56, a former Indiana State University professor arrested for making false reports about anti-Islamic threats and attacks against him has pleaded guilty to charges of obstruction for justice and harassment.
Tribune Star Azhar Hussain, 56, received a one-year sentence suspended to informal probation on the case filed in Vigo Superior Court 1. His trial had been set to begin Sept. 7.
In March, Hussain reported an attack at his on-campus office. He told ISU police he was thrown to the floor by an unknown attacker. Police later determined the attack did not happen. Hussain was dismissed from his teaching position at the university.
Hussain also claimed he’d received emails containing anti-Muslim messages and threats of potential violence against members of the Muslim community. Investigators were able to track the computers from which the emails originated and uncovered evidence to charge Hussain with sending the emails himself.
Muslims are notorious for staging anti-Muslim hate hoaxes, and only recently have started getting caught by police who are rightly suspicious of the continuous reports by Muslims of alleged hate crimes that are never resolved because there are no perpetrators. Muslims feeling bad about their terrible reputations around the world, the result of repeated Islamic terror attacks and their relentless efforts to Islamize the West, are resorting to making up fake stories about anti-Muslim hate incidents, in order to get media pity.
When billboards like the one below in Indiana start popping up, Muslims go crying to the media, where there are plenty of Muslim-sympathizing useful idiots to dish out the pity they so do not deserve. Ironically, there is no mention of the name Prophet Mohammed on this billboard, yet all Muslims seem to know exactly who this “perfect” man is. Hmmmm.