Muslims fabricating "hate" crimes, bomb threats etc to give proof to the lie of victimhood and islamophobia. Again we see more faked hate. And the media are their all too eager accomplices hungry to propagate and spread these vicious lies defaming and smearing good people in order to make real the lie of "islamophobia." This vicious Goebbels machine of personal destruction is ruining people's lives in order to manufacture a motive and sanction the most vicious and brutal ideology on the face of the earth.
And in the rare instance when the media reports the correction (and big media rarely does this, they always let the initial lie to remain intact), they continue to beat the vicmhood, islamophobia drum (see below). It's astonishing.
"Police confirm man cautioned after bomb alert at Liverpool mosque is Somalian NOT Danish" The Liverpool Echo, 2 Jul 2013 (thanks to RT3)
Abandoned suitcase sparked security alert and controlled explosions on Sunday night
A man arrested after a suitcase was left at Liverpool’s main mosque is actually Somalian and not Danish, as police previously stated.
Merseyside Police have just confirmed that the 22-year-old man, who was cautioned and released following the incident, is in fact from Somalia not Denmark.
Two controlled explosions were carried out after the suspect package – feared to be a bomb – was left at the Al Rahma mosque, in Mulgrave Street, Toxteth on Sunday evening.
Officers had taken away CCTV footage which showed the moment a man turned up at the mosque saying he wanted to become a Muslim.
Suspicions were aroused when, after spending about 15 minutes inside the building, he abruptly ran off, leaving a metal suitcase on the premises.
One quick-thinking worshipper dragged the suitcase out while the police were called.
Army bomb disposal experts then arrived to carry out a controlled explosion.
The bomb squad outside the mosque on Mulgrave Road in Toxteth Police confirmed that no explosive materials were found at the scene.
The Al Rahma mosque serves as the main place of worship and focus point for Liverpool’s 25,000-strong Muslim community.
Some mosque leaders said they feared the incident was aimed at stirring up hatred in the community.
They also revealed the mosque had received a string of malicious phone calls in the aftermath of the death of Drummer Lee Rigby, who was killed in Woolwich in May.
Mosque administrator Mohamed Mansur said: “While no direct threats were made, the calls were insulting to the Muslim community.”
He said he was not aware of similar occurrences at any of the smaller mosques in the city, adding: “When someone wants to target something, they target the big ones.”
General secretary of the Liverpool Muslim Society based in the mosque, Rahma Sani, said she believed it was some kind of prank or hoax.
She said: “I think it was someone just being stupid and ignorant wanting to arouse the community and add to the tension.”
Police said the investigation to establish the full circumstances of the incident was still ongoing.
Detective Inspector Lisa Mahon said: “I would like to reassure the local community that there is no evidence that this item was left at this location to cause alarm or distress.”