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Here we go again …. more faked hate. This is more the rule than the exception. The majority of “anti-Muslim” hate crimes I have reported  are committed by Muslims trying to give proof to the lie.

Germany: Man who threw stones through mosque windows was Muslim who thought mosque was un-Islamic

Islamic and Leftist leaders were likewise hoping that this was finally a genuine example of the ever-elusive “Islamophobic hate crime,” something they could use to buttress their relentless victimhood narrative. Once again, no such luck.

“Muslim attacked mosque because it was like a church to him,” translated from “Moslem hat Moschee angegriffen, weil sie für ihn wie eine Kirche war,” Journalisten Watch, June 13, 2019 (thanks to Searchlight Germany):

Saxony / Dresden – Presumably to the annoyance of Leftists, it turned out in the past week that the stone-thrower at the mosque in Dresden is a Muslim from Tunisia. At the trial, the orthodox believer also explained his motivation: the mosque he attacked was “not a proper mosque,” but was more like a church.

Only a week after the 30-year-old rejected asylum seeker Hosni S. had broken three windows of the Turkey-financed Fatih Camiine mosque in Cotta with stones, the Tunisian admitted in a so-called accelerated procedure before the District Court of Dresden that he had also broken the windows of a Turkish kebab stand and two shop windows.

Asked by the judge about his motivation, the refugee responded, according to the SZ: “This is not a proper mosque, more like a church.” The mosque, financed from Turkey, in his view does not appear to be fundamentalist enough in the faith practiced there; Allah ordered him to attack the mosque. In the case of the kebab shop, he said people would get “poisoned food” there.

“I believe you did not want to hurt anyone,” said the presiding judge, who is convinced that the man was guilty, in her verdict on the defendant. “But that does not mean that I approve of it,” said the sensible judge, who then informed the refugee: “It is forbidden to damage other people’s property and to terrify people.” She was not convinced that the 30-year-old had a political motive when he attacked the mosque. He said he wanted to fulfill an “alleged mission.”

Judge Sibylle Vollmers sentenced the 30-year-old S. to a suspended sentence of five months for property damage and material damage to the common good….