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Oklahoma: Muslim Limo Driver Assaulted, Called “Terrorist”


(h/t: Mustafa)

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  • Laila Muhammad

    if he is not charged with a hate crime then justice is not blind….had the limo driver been jewish the feds would no doubt charge him with a hate crime

  • Rizwan

    Israel fears rightists might carry out massive hate crime during papal visit

    Bishops’ statement expresses concern over ‘lack of security’ for Christian property and what they call the ‘lack of responsiveness from the political sector.’

    The Israel Police and the Shin Bet fear that right-wing extremists might exploit Pope Francis’ visit to the Holy Land on May 24-26 to carry out a major hate crime to drum up media attention.

    The security services estimate that the hate crime would target the Christian population in Israel or Christian sites across the country.

    The various police districts were instructed by authorities to focus their operational and intelligence efforts on the Christian population and its institutions, and to consolidate extra security in these communities until the end of the visit.

    The police was also asked to increase its security assessments of the right-wing extremists in their various districts, with particular emphasis on holy sites.

    The Roman Catholic Church in Jerusalem, preparing for the visit, has expressed alarm over threats to Christians scrawled by suspected Jewish extremists on church property in the Holy Land.

    In an incident Monday, “Death to Arabs and Christians and all those who hate Israel” was daubed in Hebrew on an outer column of the Office of the Assembly of Bishops at the Notre Dame Center in East Jerusalem.

    “The wave of fanaticism and intimation against Christians continues,” the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem posted on its website, referring to so-called “price tag” incidents.

    “Mere coincidence?” the patriarchate statement asked. “The Notre Dame Center is property of the Holy See and this provocation comes two weeks before Pope Francis’ visit to the Holy Land and Jerusalem.”

    The bishops’ statement added that “it was very concerned about the lack of security” for Christian property and what they called the “lack of responsiveness from the political sector” after earlier attacks. They feared “an escalation of violence.”

    In recent years, hate attacks have targeted mosques, Palestinian homes and Christian monasteries in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, areas Israel captured in a 1967 war and Palestinians seek as part of a future state.


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  • john spielman

    There is NO excuse for violence against or by anybody

  • mindy1

    >:( hate when crap like this happens

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