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Marcus Cirillo, 5, walks along the funeral procession for his father in Hamilton, Ontario on Tuesday.

A Muslim filmmaker, Omar Albach, tried to produce a documentary on “islamophobia” as a jihad murder victim was about to be laid to rest, but his ruse got a punch in the nose — literally. The filmmaker was looking to capture a “gotcha” moment in the wake of not one but two bloody jihad attacks in as many days in Canada last week — but he was the one who got  gotcha’ed.

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The Muslim filmmaker went to Hamilton, the hometown of Corporal Cirillo and the emotional scene of his funeral procession, led by his five-year-old son Marco. Yes, the hometown of one of the victims of the jihad attacks. Tasteless, grotesque and savage, Omar Albach tried to film some anti-Muslim hatred as the funeral procession prepared to get underway. These ghouls did not get what they came for. Instead, he got punched in the face for being an islamophobe. lol.

chi-ottawa-shooting-funeral-20141028-002Photo:Soldiers escort Kathy Cirillo during the funeral procession for her son Cpl. Nathan Cirillo in Hamilton

web_vid_harper_cirillo2Photo: Prime Minister Steven Harper and wife at Corporal Nathan Cirillo’s funeral

Corporal Nathan Cirillo, 24, was one of two soldiers killed in a pair of attacks last week that police said were carried out independently by converts to Islam. While thousands of mourners packed a church and lined adjacent streets in industrial Hamilton, Ontario, on Tuesday for the funeral of the soldier shot dead in last week’s attack on the nation’s seat of government, this Muslim filmmaker tried to make it  all about “islamophobia.” Victimizing the victim, that’s his jihad. No empathy, no humanity, just victimhood and supremacism.

Video: An emotional Prime Minister Harper speaks to Cpl. Cirillo’s son at funeral

The thing is — this is reality, and has been reality since 9/11. The West never wanted this war. And it’s islamophobic if we defend ourselves and are opposed to jihad. Absurd but true. But this video won’t make any difference. Because “islamophobia” and “backlash” have always been fictions, and were devised as attack mechanisms in the wake of a jihad attack, to deflect and distract from the ideology behind these brutal acts of violence and war.

He got more than he bargained for. The filmmaker is left bleeding after playing the role of Islamophobe in his  “social experiment.”

What’s interesting is that the guy coming to the defense of the Muslim says that Canadians won’t react the way Americans did after 9/11, implying a spike in anti-Muslim crime. There was none. One or two random incidents in a country of 300 million does not a trend make.

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It’s a fiction. Islamic supremacists and terror-tied groups like CAIR work furiously to create myths and lies in order to “substantiate” their faked hate/islamophobia narrative. “Islamophobia” is a club that Islamic supremacists wield after every bloody jihadi attack.

More on sinister origins of the thought-crushing device, “Islamophobia”: The very word “Islamophobia” is a fictional construct, as journalist Claire Berlinski explains. “The neologism ‘Islamophobia’ did not simply emerge ex nihilo. It was invented, deliberately, by a Muslim Brotherhood front organization, the International Institute for Islamic Thought, which is based in Northern Virginia….Abdur-Rahman Muhammad, a former member of the IIIT who has renounced the group in disgust, was an eyewitness to the creation of the word. ‘This loathsome term,’ he writes, ‘is nothing more than a thought-terminating cliche conceived in the bowels of Muslim think tanks for the purpose of beating down critics.’”

The term “racism” in the Daily Mail headline  — yet again — is wrong. Islam is not a race.

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By Damien Gayle for MailOnline,  October 29, 2014

A video experiment has shown most urban Canadians will leap to the defence of a Muslim person singled out for abuse, even in the wake of the country’s recent Islamist terror attack.

One angry resident of Hamilton, Ontario, punched a man playing the part of an Islamophobe having a go at a man wearing Muslim-style clothing at a bus stop.

He was left bleeding from his nose for the part he played in what the YouTube filmmakers called a ‘social experiment’


This is what happens to racists in Ontario: After playing the part of an Islamophobe for a YouTube video ‘social experiment’ this man was left with a bloody nose after he was punched in the face by an angry Canadian

‘This is based on the events that happened in Ottawa,’ said YouTube filmmaker Omar Albach, referring to recent bloodshed in the Canadian capital.

‘We’re going to see if people feel safe to be around Muslims or people that look like Muslims.’

Within seconds of the filmmakers beginning their first charade – which involved a one telling another one wearing Muslim-style clothes he can’t board a bus – a middle-aged man objects to the apparent racism.


3Canadians_React_to_Ottawa‘You can’t judge and stereotype people by their clothes’: The scene as a middle-aged man in blue jeans and leather jacket, centre, defends the man in Muslim dress after he is accosted by the man on the right

No time for racism: The man was just one of many who stood up for the man dressed as a Muslim

No time for racism: The man was just one of many who stood up for the man dressed as a Muslim

The filmmakers repeat their play in several different locations, to get a range of responses. Although the footage is edited and not continuous, it seems they found difficulty finding anyone to go along with the racist behaviour.

Asked to think of the recent shooting of Corporal Nathan Cirillo at Canada’s national war memorial, a woman responds: ‘It was awful and tragic, but I don’t think that’s any reason to persecute some just because of what they’re wearing.’

The video, published yesterday, has already attracted nearly 200,000 views and a storm of comment. The location was poignant, Hamilton is the hometown of Corporal Cirillo and it was today the emotional scene of his funeral procession, led by his five-year-old son Marco.

Burnishing Canada’s credentials as a tolerant, multicultural nation, the video shows Canadians of a range of ethnicities and walks of life objecting to vocal racism and Islamophobia.

Finally, a hot-headed man in a baseball cap decides he’s had enough of the haranguing being dished out to the Muslim man.

He sneaks up next to the ‘racist’ and sucker punches him in the face.

Speaking to camera, the man who played the role of the racist concluded: ‘So err.. the social experiment had a negative ending to it but, you know what? It’s positive because he stood up for him and I appreciate that.

‘It’s good.’

Courtesy of Pamela Geller.