Saturday, September 3, 2016

Leftist site The Guardian engages is shoddy journalism reporting the killing of a Queens Muslim woman Nazma Khanam as a Hate Crime without a shred of proof



There is absolutely no evidence that Nazma Khanam killing is a hate crime. 
But, that’s not stopping The Guardian from reporting that it was.  This is a case of agenda-driven journalism to suit the political purpose of a very corrupt media.  As I posted earlier the circumstances of this woman’s death are very suspicious and points to a much different reason why she was killed and the rest is a rush to judgment to divert attention away from the real culprit of her death.  

The Guardian reports rhe NYPD has no leads on who the killer is or what the motive may be, but many members of the Bangladeshi community at the funeral and the wider Muslim community were convinced this was a hate crime. 

Hundreds of people gathered at a mosque in Queens, New York, on Friday to mourn a 60-year old Bangladeshi woman murdered in what they say was a hate crime.

“I saw my mother’s dead body two days ago,” said Naimul Khan, son of the slain Nazma Khanam. “It was very difficult for me and my family,” an emotional Khan added.

Khan was speaking at a press conference held after a prayer service at the Jamaica Muslim Center where hundreds had gathered. Nazma Khanam’s husband and widower Shamsul Alam Khan weeped into the microphone and implored those gathered to pray for his wife. 

Khanam, 60, was killed a few feet from her 75-year old husband on Wednesday night after the two were walking back from a souvenir shop. Khan has asthma so he walked behind his wife, who was a teacher in Bangladesh and moved to New York a few years ago. An unidentified man then ran up and stabbed Khanam multiple times. 

“Somebody killed me!” she screamed, according to her husband. He found a four-inch blade sticking out of her body. 

The New York police department currently has no leads on who the killer is or what the motive may be, but at the funeral many members of the Bangladeshi community and the wider Muslim community were convinced this was a hate crime.


More here

I’m not buying the hate crime template and a lot of people I speak to don’t believe it as well. 

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