British Student Probed for Hate Crimes after Mocking ISIS on Facebook

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A Britain’s Edinburgh University’s law-student is currently probed for hate crimes after mocking ISIS (the notorious Islamic terrorist organization) on Facebook. The probe on 21-year-old Robbie Travers is accusing the student of, let me quote, putting minority students at risk and in a state of panic.

The complaint was made by a Esme Allman, a fellow student, who accused Robbie Travers of blatant islamophobia after the latter wrote a comment on Facebook, mocking the Islamic terrorist group. The thing is, Robbie Travers is not investigated by the police, as per  The Daily Mail report. The university launched a sort of internal investigation/probe on this guy, following the claim from his colleague that his Facebook comments constitute a hate crime, whatever that means in social-justice-warrior lingo.

If you were wondering what triggered the snowflake, here’s what Travers wrote on his Facebook account:

“Excellent news that the US administration and Trump ordered an accurate strike on an IS network of tunnels in Afghanistan. I’m glad we could bring these barbarians a step closer to collecting their 72 virgins.”

Travers was referring at US army’s decision to use the MOAB (the mother of all bombs) on a network of underground tunnels in Afghanistan (for further reference on MOAB/the event, check out this article: US Drops Massive Bomb on ISIS Headquarters (VIDEO)

As Robbie Travers mocked the Islamic terrorists’ belief that they’ll be encountered by virgins in heaven after dying in jihad against the infidels, Esme Allman who by the way is a former black and student activist and currently a second year history student accused the former of breaching the university’s code of conduct due to his hateful comments on Facebook. She also claimed that Robbie Travers put minority students at risk by making fun of dead ISIS operatives in Afghanistan.

Esme Allman describes herself (predictably) as a feminist and womanist (whatever that means) living in inner city London who values, let me quote: “inclusivity as well as building and preserving safe spaces for us” through intersectional feminism. If that doesn’t make sense to you, it’s because you’re a racist Nazi and an islamophobe, or something along these lines.