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Holy Scripture?

Published April 14, 2017

Michael V Wilson
By Michael V. Wilson

According to NBC Dallas-Fort Worth 5, something “shocking” and “unusual” happened at the University of Texas at Dallas this past Wednesday, April 12, 2017, just a few days before Passover and Easter. Someone put some copies of the Quran in the toilets in the Student Union. The report, which included an interview with a Muslim student, began thus:

Police at the University of Texas at Dallas say they're searching for the person who dumped several copies of the Quran in campus toilets.

They call the incident "shocking" and "unusual."

A student recently discovered the books inside a bathroom at the university's Student Union building. After snapping some pictures to document the apparent anti-Muslim act, he immediately reported it to campus security, which got police involved.

A student,” nameless and faceless, discovered the books, took pictures, reported it to campus security then disappeared, never to be seen or heard from again, certainly not by NBC. Instead they interviewed UT Dallas junior Mohammad Syed, a Muslim, who just so happens to be the President of the UT Dallas Muslim Student Association.

Well isn't that special?

A reporter from NBCDFW5, Tim Ciesco, reporting live from campus, had some text superimposed on the screen alerting people that “holy scriptures” were in the toilets.



I have a couple of questions.

First, they're calling the Quran (or Koran) “holy scripture” when we know good and well liberal reporters don't regard anything as holy except possibly the Communist Manifesto or the Kensey Report on sex. But when was the last time you heard the Mainstream Stream, AKA, Mafia Media, refer to the Bible as holy scripture? Go ahead, think about it. I'll wait.

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Can't think of any? Me either.

But my second question is a bit more prosaic. The nameless “A student” who discovered the books in the toilet – was he (or she) a Muslim?

I ask because lately we've seen Muslims create fake attacks for the purpose of generating sympathy for themselves in the media, portraying themselves as innocent victims of mindless hate and/or Islamophobia. They're not the only ones of course; blacks have engaged in such activities as well. But Muslims have “divine” permission in the Koran to lie in order to advance the cause of Allah, or to save face, or to protect themselves, or to keep peace in their family. Those four areas cover pretty much everything, meaning Muslims can lie about pretty much everything.

So when an in-your-face event like this takes place (I won't dignify it by calling it a crime); so blatant in it's parameters, so open in it's message of hate, I can't help but wonder if it was staged as a false flag operation, especially coming so close to Easter. Perhaps it was an attempt to take the spotlight off the Resurrection of Christ. What do you think?

But don't bother asking NBCDFW5 – they're in the tank so deep they need a scuba suit.

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