Wednesday, 9 June 2010
Muslim Leader Fabricates Hate Crime
A Muslim community leader falsely claimed he was abducted by members of the British National Party, a court has heard. Noor Ramjanally, 36, of Loughton, Essex, cost the local council £1,300 improving security at his home, only for them to discover that no evidence existed for any such "hate crime".
I wrote here only recently about the way that Muslims instinctively feel they are being victimised by everyone else, but more than that, they need "hate crimes" for a very important reason: the more Muslims make out that they are victims who deserve governmental protection, the more they can convince authorities to make them a privileged class, with the political power that comes along with that designation - just as God's chosen path, sharia law, intends.
So it should not be surprising that Noor Ramjanally would do something like this. After all, it isn't the first time Muslims have invented "hate crimes" against them.