Aug 27 2013
IDAHO: CAIR demands graffiti on Muslim-owned restaurant be investigated as a ‘hate crime” even though police say ‘nothing tells investigators this is a hate crime’
Vandals have struck Mazzah Mediterranean Grill in Boise, 4 times in the past several months. The first two times, eggs were thrown at the door, then the word ‘murder’ was spelled out in the parking lot, then, a rock was thrown through the front door. Boise Police Lt. Stan Niccolls says they are looking into the matter, but as of now, nothing indicates a hate crime. as there have been no racial or faith based slurs that have been written out on the property.
In a Press Release from terror-linked CAIR (Council on Anti-American Islamic Relations) today called on state and federal law enforcement authorities to investigate a possible bias motive for repeated acts of vandalism targeting a Muslim-owned business in Idaho. “The repeated nature of the incidents, coupled with the word ‘murder’ and the religious background of the victims, requires that a possible bias motive be investigated,” said CAIR National Communications Director Ibrahim ‘Uncle Dougie’ Hooper. “Too often, Muslims or those who are perceived to be Muslim are being singled out for discrimination.”
KTVB Family members, who are Muslims of Middle Eastern background, say their restaurant has been vandalized at least four times in the last few months, the first two times with eggs thrown at the door. In the third incident, the word “murder” was written in the parking lot. On Sunday, a rock was thrown through the front door, shattering the glass. Boise police are investigating the incidents.