These bad Muslims obey secular laws and only some sharia. They are the people who might go to our Christmas parties and don't feel insulted if a church has a nativity scene out front. They are often our friends and have adapted to Western customs, such as the way they dress and act toward non-Muslims. They become valuable members of our communities.
But the "bad Muslims" are those who are intolerant of Western culture. They believe that others should adapt to their ways, not the ways of their hosts in the countries to which they migrate.
Some Muslims take the role of victim because it puts them in a sympathetic light and makes it easier for them to blame us for "Islamophobia" and such, even though they made up the term to shut us up.
Yasmin Seweid, an 18-year-old New York City college student, claimed to be the victim of a hate crime by Trump supporters.
Now she is under arrest and being charged with filing a false report.
She claimed that Trump supporters attacked her on the NYC subway; three men attempted to pull off her hijab while calling her a terrorist and yelling Trump's name. All this occurred white New Yorkers sat idly by and watched her get assaulted.
The NYPD gave Seweid several chances to recant her story be she stuck to it, like a good Muslim. Finally, on Wednesday, she admitted she made the whole thing up and used "family problems" as an excuse for her lying.
Cops said there were many inconsistencies in her intial story but they chalked it up to trauma. They also said the investigation into the false hate crime required "a lot" of resources.
People became suspicious when no witnesses to the attack came forward, and only one of the men she described could be found on the MTA security tape. Seweid went missing last weekend and returned after two days. She claimed to be at a relative's house.
True to libtard form, many of the media outlets reported the hoax crime as if it were fact. Buzzfeed's story was "Drunk Men Yelling 'Donald Trump Attempt to Remove Woman's Hijab On NYC Subway.'"
If you only read Buzzfeed or Salon or Huffpo, you're never going to know the truth.