Originally posted on The Muslim Issue:
In January 2013 NYC media reported a random hate crime and vicious attack on a tourist initiated by a group of young men. The media never mentioned the ‘M’ word although several witnesses described the gang to be of Middle Eastern decent. Today the same kind of incident has taken place in New York at 33rd Street and 6th Avenue in Midtown, not too far from the first incident.
This is the second hate crime reported this week. One suspect is bearing an Albanian Muslim name and the other suspect is a Ramirez (in Europe many Muslims are changing their names to a non Islamic one). NYPD is looking for more suspects. Anti-gay sentiments run high amongst Latin communities and Muslims. Muslims have been entering the U.S. illegally through South America and Mexico, where a new Islamic revival is talking place with three million Muslim immigrants from war-torn countries…
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Finally I have the time to follow my dream and become a writer. I will be blogging about my writing experiences here with examples of my writing for everyone to read.