It should come as no surprise to BNI regulars that at least half of mosque desecrations and vandalism are not the work of ‘neo-Nazis, but, in fact, are ‘hate hoaxes” perpetrated by Muslims themselves. There’s actually a cottage industry of Muslims playing this particular victim card in the West, in order to gain media attention, public sympathy, not to mention the inevitable ‘GO FUND ME’ account which fills the coffers with donations from leftist bleeding hearts.
Sputnik News Most of the alleged anti-Muslim ‘hate crimes’ are not backed with photo or video evidence or eyewitness accounts. More often than not, vandalism against mosques turns out to have been committed by Muslims themselves, looking for attention and pity from the media.
Several mosques in northern Germany have been vandalized over the past month as someone has defiled the Islamic holy book, the Quran, tearing it apart, urinating on it, and smearing it with excrement. Media were quick to blame right wing extremists, when, in fact, the anti-Muslim hate crimes were committed by a Muslim.
Hate hoaxes perpetrated by Muslims themselves have become a popular way for Muslims wanting to play the “victim card.”
The German police have arrested a man who allegedly stuffed Qurans into toilets in mosques in northern Germany, local outlet the Weser Kurier reports. The suspect, reported to be a Muslim refugee of Kurdish origin from Iraq, was detained in Schleswig last week on suspicion that he had vandalised the holy book of Muslims there.
The man admitted that he had also committed similar acts in other cities, including allegedly desecrating 50 copies of the Quran, tearing them apart and urinating on the pages, in a mosque in Bremen in early June.
According to the police, he tore down soap dispensers, sinks in the sanitary rooms, and threw pages of the Quran into a toilet in a mosque in Schleswig a month after his suspected rampage in Bremen. Similar incidents also took place in two other cities in northern Germany – in Minden, where Quranic pages and excrements were scattered in a prayer room, and in Muenster.
These acts prompted outrage among the Muslim community. Bremen’s Mosque Association Shura branded the incident a “disgusting attack”, noting in a statement that it hurt the feelings of Muslims (Oh, Boo Hoo).
The outlet also points out that almost immediately before the alleged suspect was apprehended, the misdeeds were attributed to the political right. SPD lawmaker from Schleswig Birte Pauls even called on the AfD to finally understand that words can turn into violence.
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