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New Study: Middle Easterners 34 Times More Likely to Fake Hate Incidents

Posted on | December 14, 2017 | Comments Off on New Study: Middle Easterners 34 Times More Likely to Fake Hate Incidents

HATE HOAXERS: (left to right) Darren Beach, Aisha Ismail, Cainin Milton.

Most fake “hate crimes” are committed by members of the group targeted by such hoaxes, according to a new study. The most likely perpetrators are black or of Middle Eastern ancestry, an analysis of more than 100 such incidents from July 2015 to December 2017 found that “by far the largest number (44) fabricated acts of bias against blacks”:

The next most common “victim” categories of fake bias crimes were Middle Easterners/Muslims (17), non-whites in general (13), and LGBT people (10). Sixty-four percent of the hoaxers are male.
In the FBI’s latest hate crimes report, blacks are overrepresented as offenders. They account for 26.1 percent of those cases in which the race of the perpetrator was known, meaning that they were 2.4 times more likely than non-blacks to commit hate crimes. . . .
In the case of hate-crime hoaxes, black overrepresentation is much greater. . . . [O]ver the last two-and­-a-half years, on a per capita basis, blacks were 13.3 times more likely than whites to commit hate-crime hoaxes, and Middle Easterners were 34.7 times more likely.
For the most part, it is correct to assume that bias-crime hoaxes are committed by a member of the group that was falsely targeted: gays commit anti-gay hate hoaxes, and blacks commit anti-black hate hoaxes.
Of cases with whites perpetrators, only 3 of the 18 committed hoaxes in which whites, as a race, were the targets of fake hate; the rest meant to draw sympathy to LGBT people, other non-white groups, or women. A few “progressives,” for example, have drawn swastikas or written racial slurs in the hope of evoking sympathy for non-whites or to justify increased anti-racist activity.

The study from American Renaissance was accompanied by an online database spreadsheet, as well as detailed case-by-case reports, including:

  • Darren William Beach Jr., a 26-year-old gay man who was charged with setting fire to a community center for LGBT youth after he became too old to participate in the program when he turned 25.
  • Aisha Ismail, a 22-year-old Muslim woman who was arrested and charged with starting a fire at the Islamic Center of Des Moines, Iowa.
  • Cainin Hakeem Milton, a 19-year-old black man who was arrested and charged for a spree of anti-black graffiti in South Carolina.

American Renaissance (AR) is a publication founded by Jared Taylor, author of the 1992 book Paved with Good Intentions: The Failure of Race Relations in Contemporary America. AR has been listed as a “hate group” by the left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).



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