World Net Daily reported:
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A University of Michigan history professor is blaming the Charleston church shooting on “Islamophobia” being spread by “right wing Jews” such as Pamela Geller and Daniel Pipes.
Professor Juan Cole argues in his blog, Informed Comment, that “far right wing Jews” like Daniel Pipes and Pamela Geller, French politician Marine LePen and Dutch politician Geert Wilders, and “the whole Islamophobic Network” were “a key influence” in Dylann Roof’s shooting of nine people in a black church in Charleston, South Carolina, on June 17, reported Campus Reform.
Cole cites Roof’s comments against European immigrants in a manifesto published in the wake of the death of Trayvon Martin as evidence that anti-Islamic “writings and web sites … made Roof ‘completely racially aware.’”
“From this point I researched deeper and found out what was happening in Europe. I saw that the same things were happening in England and France, and in all the other Western European countries,” Roof wrote. “But Europe is the homeland of White people, and in many ways the situation is even worse there.”
Roof shot and killed nine black American Christians who were neither immigrants, nor Muslims, but that didn’t stop Cole from trying to concoct his bizarre narrative, said Geller in a response emailed to WND.
Cole is no stranger to controversy, in 2009 he compared Sarah Palin to Ahmadinejad.
In 2014 Cole blamed Jews after three Israeli boys were captured and murdered by Muslims in the West Bank.