What is so special about 'Jewish' suffering?

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Here's another news story of yet another person who self-identifies as being 'Jewish' and who invented a false 'anti-semitic' attack.
He told police he was stabbed for being Jewish

A 26-year-old man faked his own stabbing at the West Bloomfield synagogue where he worked and then reported he was attacked because of his Jewish faith, authorities say. Now Sean Samitt is facing a felony charge of filing a false police report, according to West Bloomfield Police.

Samit reported he was attacked and stabbed in the abdomen by an unknown man in the parking lot at the Temple Kol Ami, where he worked as a cantorial soloist, which is a music director. He reported the crime on Dec. 15, telling police that he was confronted about 7 p.m. as he was leaving work by a white male in his late 30s to early 40s.
Samitt said that the alleged attacker shouted, "You Jews!" and said "too many immigrants are here," according to the police report obtained by the Free Press through a Freedom of Information Act request.

Samitt told officers that he was punched in the chest and abdomen during the encounter and he feared for his life, the report said. He said he escaped by kneeing the attacker in the groin and pushing him away, then drove himself to Henry Ford Hospital where a security staff called local authorities about the attack.

Police said officers searched the parking lot for a weapon, blood or any other piece of evidence but came back negative. K-9 officers were not able to locate a scent on the suspect.

While searching Temple Kol Ami, detectives found bloody tissues in Samitt's office and the men's bathroom. They also located a knife in the kitchen area with blood on the tip of the blade.

Suspecting Samitt's wounds were self-inflicted, officers obtained surveillance footage from a house across the street and confirmed that no assault took place.

https://eu.freep.com/story/news/local/m ... 7o_Q38LwJU
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Re: What is so special about 'Jewish' suffering?

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The suffering of the abstract tribe
is regarded as ‘unique’ and ‘special’
in the minds of those
who have been conditioned to believe
that they belong to it.
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