MSM fan faux fears of Islamophobia while ignoring real anti-Semitic attacks.

Canadian Muslim girl Khawlah Noman who LIED about her hijab being cut by a man with a knife stands beside her Niqab covered mother.

The MSM swarmed all over a story about Khawlah Noman a young Muslim girl in Canada who claimed that a man cut her hijab and ignored the story of a Jewish girl in France whose face was slashed with a knife. The first story was revealed to be yet another FAKE Islamophobia hate crime yet was given loads of MSM attention and was widely reported until the police revealed it was a lie and one of many fake Islamophobia attacks.

A real anti-Semitic attack where a Jewish girl in France had her FACE slashed with a knife shamefully wasn’t even covered by our media, clearly revealing their bias.

WE live in bizarre times when bigotry, intimidation and violence are all but ignored while imaginary fears and faked crimes are amplified. The shocking rise of anti-Semitism in Europe, and increasingly in North America, should be ringing alarm bells around the world.
In the past decade, we have seen an unprecedented number of Jews leaving France and a worrying percentage departing Belgium and Italy.[…]

One in 10 Jews in France has suffered a physical assault, according to a 2016 Ipsos survey, and a 2013 EU poll revealed three in four are so fearful of attacks they no longer publicly display signs of their religion such as wearing the Star of David.


In Sweden, threats, harassment and attacks against Jews have become commonplace and yet we rarely hear about such incidents. The same commentariat who obsessively write, talk and tweet about racism and supposed Islamophobia rarely mention the fact that Jews are the biggest victims of religiously motivated attacks in much of Europe as well as in the US and Canada.

Two recent incidents involving “hate crimes” perpetrated against vulnerable schoolgirls perfectly illustrate the perversity of fanning faux fears while ignoring real attacks. In the northern Paris suburb of Sarcelles, a Jewish girl’s face was slashed with a utility knife in what many, including French politician François Pupponi, are calling “a heinous anti-Semitic attack”.

The 15-year-old victim was wearing the uniform of a local Jewish school when attacked, and the knifing followed several other anti-Semitic incidents, including this month’s torching of two kosher shops. The crime barely received any coverage.

A French kosher grocery store was this month destroyed in an arson attack, after recently being vandalised with swastikas. Picture: AP Photo/Michel Euler

A few days later, we heard about the ordeal of a Muslim girl in Canada who, on the way to school, was approached by a man with scissors who cut the end of her hijab. Within an hour, the media were in overdrive, reporting this horrifying example of Islamophobia.

[…] Political leaders including Toronto mayor John Tory, Ontario premier Kathleen Wynne and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned the attack.

[…] The story was front-page news and inspired a multitude of outraged comment pieces seizing on the crime as an example of the virulent Islamophobia in the West.

The only problem is, it never happened. Three days later, Toronto police confirmed the attack had been faked. The girl’s family, who were by her side at the press conference, apologised. No one will face any charges.

But even after the hoax was revealed, there were multiple pained feelpieces warning of an Islamophobic backlash in response to the faked Islamophobic backlash.

Put to one side that the attack on the Canadian girl didn’t happen, and ask: why did one of these attacks receive saturation coverage from mainstream and social media?

WHY was a Jewish girl with a cut face not as compelling a story as a Muslim girl with a cut hijab? One reason is that crimes against Jews in the West are increasingly perpetrated by Muslim migrants, and that doesn’t fit the narrative pushed by activists in the media class.

Of course, those with an agenda to push are not interested in facts, figures or fairness […]

British Labour’s issues with anti-Semitism have been well documented. Last year, more than 100 Labour MPs denounced their own party for its failure to expel Ken Livingstone after the former London mayor made some absurd remarks about Hitler and Zionism.

Last month, Israel’s public security minister Gilad Erdan spoke of his concern at the toxic anti-Semitism infecting Labour.

“We recognise and we see that there are anti-Semitic views in many of the leadership of the current Labour Party,” he said. “We hope it will be changed.”

And increasingly, Jewish leaders in the UK say that they have been abandoned by authorities, including the police. There was a 14.9 per cent increase in anti-Semitic crimes in the country in 2016, but fewer than 20 were prosecuted.

[…] “The result is that British Jews continue to endure intolerable levels of hate crime.”

In Sweden, the number of anti-Semitic attacks has also skyrocketed in the past decade. Swedes are having to confront the uncomfortable truth that they have imported old hatreds and the type of diversity not associated with tolerance. Attacks against Jews, Jewish businesses and properties have soared.

[…] Just over half of all anti-Semitic attacks in Sweden are committed by Islamists, about a quarter by Left-wing extremists, and 5 per cent by neo-Nazis or Right-wing extremists.

Australia is not immune to the rise in anti-Semitic sentiment: you only have to look at the security measures necessary at Jewish centres or schools to understand the community’s safety concerns.[…]

Armed security guards at Jewish schools in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. Picture: John Grainger

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