Muslim Couple Threatened Synagogue Bombing for Ramadan

The Dincers, who were born in Turkey, are unemployed,


Muslim activists routinely claim that Muslims are the biggest victims in the United States. Instead it's the other way around. They routinely commit or threaten to commit hate crimes against Jewish targets. And they have a special affinity for attacking synagogues.

A divorced couple from Riverhead have been charged with emailing terroristic threats to an East Hampton synagogue, East Hampton Village police said.

Asli Dincer, 44, and her ex-husband Melih Dincer, 31, sent three emails to the Jewish Center of the Hamptons in May and June, saying there would be an explosion at the synagogue during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, East Hampton Village Det. Sgt. Matt Bennett said.

Their defense, which has been entirely picked up by some media outlets eager to dodge any link between Islam and terrorism, is that they were trying to get someone else in trouble.

While that's not impossible, their choice of a synagogue and Ramadan are rather revealing.

The Dincers, who were born in Turkey, live at 40 Peconic Ave. in Riverhead and are unemployed, they said at the arraignment. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has requested the pair be held in jail, the judge said.

Considering that they're unemployed criminals, maybe it would be easier to just deport them.