Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Obama Ignores Hate Crimes Against U.S. Christians

Just days ago, President Obama condemned alleged hate crimes against Muslims in Chapel Hill, North Carolina as his Department of Justice announced its investigation, yet there's mostly silence from his administration and the compliant liberal media as two people were stabbed in suburban Detroit for saying they weren't Muslim, while a church building in Melbourne, Florida has been set ablaze and vandalized twice in as many weeks.
"I'm preaching God is love, why would someone take the time to put a sign up to show hatred."
-- Bishop Jacquelyn Gordon, New Shiloh Christian Church
For background, click headlines below to read previous articles:

Massachusetts Students Forced To Learn Muslim Conversion

President Obama Compares Christians to Islamic Terrorists

President Obama Praises Islam for Making America What It Is

President Obama Ignores Christian Genocide (focuses on furthering Gay Agenda)

Muslim Beheads Christians in New Jersey per Koran

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-- From "Police: Man stabs two after asking about religious beliefs" by Abby Ohlheiser, Washington Post 2/17/15

A Detroit man stabbed two people at a suburban bus stop after asking his victims whether or not they were Muslim, according to police. Federal authorities are now looking at the case as a potential hate crime, police said on Tuesday.

Both of the victims were standing at the bus stop outside of Detroit with the suspect on Saturday, Southfield Police Chief Eric Hawkins said. Several people there “engaged in conversation” until the suspect, identified by Hawkins as 39-year-old Terrence Lavaron Thomas, “asked some of the folks there if they were Muslims.”

Two of them answered, the chief told The Post on Tuesday: They were not Muslims.

“[Thomas] was not not happy with that answer,” Hawkins said. Shortly after, “without provocation,” Thomas pulled out a 3-inch folding knife “and attacked one of them,” Hawkins said.

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From "Religious hate suspected in Southfield bus stop stabbings" by Robert Allen, Detroit Free Press 2/17/15

A 52-year-old Detroit man was stabbed five times; once in the face, once in the neck and three times in the back, Southfield Police Chief Eric Hawkins said. A 51-year-old Detroit man who tried to intervene was stabbed in the hand. The incident happened at about 10:30 p.m. near Northland Mall at 21500 Northwestern Highway.

Thomas was arraigned today in 46th District Court on two counts of assault with intent to murder, one count of carrying a dangerous weapon with unlawful intent and possession of a controlled substance.

Magistrate Jajonie-Daman set bond at $1 million cash/surety. A preliminary examination is scheduled for March 4.

Police have contacted the FBI, which is also investigating the incident to see whether hate-crime laws were violated, according to a news release Tuesday from Southfield Police Department.

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From "Vandals paint swastikas [and "Allahu Akbar"], set fire to Melbourne church shed" by Greg Pallone, Brevard County Reporter, NEWS13 (Orlando, FL) 2/18/15

Leaders of a Brevard County [Florida] church are calling vandalism a hate crime after someone spray-painted words on a storage shed and set a fire to the building.

Police were called out to the New Shiloh Christian Center, 3900 Sarno Road, around 2:30 a.m. Monday for a fire alarm.

A swastika was painted on the inside of a storage shed door. Outside were the words "Allahu Akbar," which is Arabic for "God is Great," and a painted window on the front of the shed with the words "We See U."

But is this a hate crime?

Church leaders said yes. However, police aren't going that far as of yet, saying the investigation must run its course to determine if that's the reason behind the arson, graffiti and criminal mischief.

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From "Vandals set fire at Florida church, write 'Allahu Akbar,' draw swastika" by Daniel Dahm (Managing Editor) and Shaun Chaiyabhat (Reporter), WKMG-TV6 (Orlando, FL) 2/18/15

Police have not confirmed to Local 6 that the case is being investigated as a hate crime, but say they are investigating the fire and vandalism as arson and criminal mischief.

"I would just say that everything is being looked at. All avenues are going to be explored. If it meets that criteria, that would be something that would be looked at," said Lt. Cheryl Trainer.

Police told Local 6 they are hesitant to label the case as a hate crime because they don't want to alarm the public. They said they will determine if the graffiti was done at the same time as the vandalism and arson to determine if it is, in fact, a hate crime. At this time they are calling it arson and criminal mischief.

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Also read President Obama's Christmas: Behold, a Message is Born

And read American Decline: President Obama's Gay Agenda vs. Christians