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Brooklyn DA who dropped hate crime charge against Muslim who beat Jew previously honored Linda Sarsour


We saw the norming of Islamic Jew-hatred when hate crime charges against Farrukh Afzal were dropped. Afzal was screaming “Allah, Allah” and saying that he wanted to “kill all Jews” as he savagely beat Lipa Schwartz. If that isn’t a hate crime, what is? But now it all begins to come clear. Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez has honored the pro-sharia Jew-hater Linda Sarsour on more than one occasion. Did he drop the hate crime charge against Afzal because he didn’t want to offend his friend Sarsour?

“Brooklyn DA’s office honors four for Women’s History Month,” by Rob Abruzzese, Brooklyn Daily Eagle, March 28, 2017 (thanks to Karen):

The Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office, along with the Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association, honored four women, including the three women who helped to organize the Women’s March on Washington, during a ceremony for Women’s History Month in Brooklyn Heights on Tuesday….

Carmen Perez, Linda Sarsour and Tamika D. Mallory were honored with the Community Social Impact Award, alongside Patria Frias-Colón, the borough chief of the Family Court Division of the New York City Law Department, who received the Legal Excellence Award.

The event, which took place at the Brooklyn Bar Association, was led by mistress of ceremony Toni Yuille Williams and featured musical selections by Judy Gorman and Kate Mollica….

Each woman gave a short speech during which they thanked the DA and their supporters. Perez and Sarsour used the opportunity to speak about the “Raise the Age” bill that is currently being negotiated by state legislators that seeks to stop treating 16- and 17-year-olds as adults in New York’s criminal justice system….

“This is the week that four cowardly Republicans want to pull back from the Raise the Age bill,” said Sarsour. “Sixteen-year-old kids should not be in an adult facility where they are sexually assaulted, tortured and beaten by adults. It doesn’t require any partisanship. It requires morals and values and humanity.”…

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