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    Religious Hate Crime Statistics

    The media would like you to believe there has been a rash of religious hate crimes against U.S. Muslims since September 11th.

    However, the 2014 FBI Hate Crime Statistics reveal that the U.S. remains an open and tolerant society, and the majority of religious hate crime victims were Jewish.

    There were only 1,140 victims of anti-religious hate crimes (the U.S. population is estimated to be 322,762,018). The religious breakdown of the victims was as follows:

    -56.8% Jewish.

    -16.1% Muslim.

    -6.2% of multiple religions.

    -6.1% Catholic.

    -2.5% Protestant.

    -1.2% Atheist/Agnostic.

    -11.0% “other”.

    Considering the events of the 2009 Fort Hood attack (13 killed; 30 injured); the 2013 Boston Marathon attack (3 killed; 264 injured); the 2015 military installation attack in Chattanooga, Tennessee (5 killed; 2 injured); the 2015 San Bernardino attack (14 killed; 22 injured); and the 2016 Orlando attack (50 killed; 50 injured), it appears that U.S. based Muslims have victimized more non-Muslims than the other way around.

    Again, I call BS on the stats. Of course the FBI will include in the anti-muzzie tally - false flag attacks perpetrated by moslems for media attention. This was proven in the case of the alleged mosque door burnings.
    How many moslems have actually been injured or killed by non-moslems in the US? How many of those attacks were committed by blacks?
    Exercise the Bill of Rights. It's good for your Constitution.


      The 1,140 victims of religious hate crimes is clearly not accurate number.

      We already know that the Obama Administration categorized Fort Hood as "work place violence".

      It is likely the other U.S. based terrorism murders were characterized as "political" or "otherwise justified" (I made the later category up).