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Fake Hate Crimes: An Islamist Weapon

Over the recent Fourth of July weekend, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR [1]) interviewed [2] attendees of the 47th annual Islamic Society of North America (ISNA [3]) convention about their experiences in dealing with “Islamophobia.” Shortly afterwards, on July 6, CAIR called on the FBI to investigate an act of arson [4] at a Georgia mosque, saying that hate crimes were increasing because of a “vocal minority in our society promoting anti-Muslim bigotry.” The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA [5]) referred [6] to it as one of the “incidents of Islamophobia [that] are on the rise in this country.” However, police later arrested [7] a Muslim suspect.
As Daniel Pipes has documented [8] for years [9], Islamist organizations in the West are quick to label crimes as anti-Muslim hate crimes as part of their effort to make Muslims feel under attack [10] and to paint themselves as Muslims’ protectors. For example, immediately following the Fort Hood shooting [11], CAIR asked [12] Muslims to respond by donating to it. “We need financial help to meet these crises and push back against those who seek to score political points off the Muslim community in the wake of the Fort Hood tragedy,” the fundraising pitch read. To no one’s surprise, an anti-Muslim backlash did not ensue [13].
Cutting through the propaganda requires understanding the ways in which crimes are misrepresented as hate crimes — and why. There are two main culprits to consider: Muslims who stage fake hate crimes and Islamist organizations that seek to exploit them.


Why would anyone fabricate a hate crime against himself or his mosque? History indicates a pair of common motives.MORE

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