In 1992 the Rodney King riots lit up Los Angeles as my Hollywood neighborhood became a battle ground. Black and Mexican young men ran down the street, carrying color televisions they had looted from stores. The hip Liberal crowd called this the “Uprising”.
A Muslim waiter at a Texas steakhouse found the words “We don’t tip terrorist” on a receipt and reported this was the writing of a customer, at a table he had served. This brought the waiter international news media attention, donations pouring in, and the event went viral on social media. Khalil Cavil, the waiter, stated that he wanted “people to understand that this is racism and that hatred still exists”. He went on to say that by sharing the post “it would start a conversation”. And start a conversation it sure did. That conversation took a wild turn when it was discovered that it was Khalil himself who wrote those words onto the receipt – and not some Infidel customer. Yes, the “Islamophobic” event was entirely fabricated. Upon being exposed, Khalil admitted it was a “mistake” to have made the whole story up… BUT he added “I just hope to spark a conversation about this hatred that is still going on.” Yeah, that will tone down the distrust millions of people have against those who follow Islam, an ideology that encourages lying to advance its cause and commands the truly devout to “strike terror into the heart of the unbeliever”.