72% of LA Hate Crimes Hit Jews, Only 12% Muslims
The media yammers compulsively about Islamophobia. And yet, in reality, the majority of religion-based hate crimes target Jews.
In Los Angeles, it's 72%.
The latest report from the Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations shows that 72 percent of hate crimes against religion in the county were against Jews in 2017.
Following Jews on the list were Muslims, Catholics and Protestants:
Muslims were at 12%. Catholics at 11%.
A recent brutal videotaped attack by a Muslim against an Orthodox Jew in New York, pictured above, should serve as an important reminder that Muslim anti-Semitism is a much more serious problem than any supposed Islamophobia.
And it's a problem that no one is allowed to talk about.