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"Clock builder" Muslim student who fooled that fool Obama to move with family to Qatar, father says
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Mike Manley
2021-06-01 03:01:35 UTC
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1. He was black.

2. He is Muslim.

3. Liberals made the rules that everyone else is following.

DALLAS – A 14-year-old Muslim boy who was arrested after a
homemade clock he brought to school was mistaken for a possible
bomb will be moving with his family to the Middle East so he can
attend school there, his family said Tuesday.

Ahmed Mohamed's family released a statement saying they had
accepted a foundation's offer to pay for his high school and
college in Doha, Qatar. He recently visited the country as part
of a whirlwind month that included a Monday stop at the White
House and an appearance Tuesday at the U.S. Capitol.

"We are going to move to a place where my kids can study and
learn, and all of them being accepted by that country," Ahmed's
father, Mohamed Elhassan Mohamed, told The Dallas Morning News
before boarding an airplane from Washington back home to Texas
on Tuesday.

The statement said the family has been "overwhelmed by the many
offers of support" since Ahmed's arrest on Sept. 14 at his
school in Irving, a Dallas suburb. The family said it accepted
an offer from the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and
Community Development to join its Young Innovators Program.

Ahmed, who along with his family will relocate to Qatar,
received a full scholarship for his secondary and undergraduate
education. Ahmed said he was impressed with the program and
thinks he'll "learn a lot and have fun, too."

Ahmed took a homemade clock to his high school to show a
teacher, but another teacher thought it could be a bomb. The
school contacted police, who handcuffed the boy and took him to
a detention center. The school suspended him for three days.

A police photo of the device shows a carrying case containing a
circuit board and power supply wired to a digital display.
Police ultimately chose not to charge Ahmed with having a hoax
bomb, and the police chief has said there was no evidence the
teen meant to cause alarm. His parents later withdrew him from
the school.

But in recent weeks, the teenager has been traveling the world.
Ahmed earlier this week told The Associated Press that he had
visited Google and Facebook, along with other companies and
institutions. He also visited with the president of Sudan, Omar
al-Bashir, which prompted criticism because al-Bashir is wanted
by International Criminal Court on charges of genocide and war
crimes for atrocities linked to the Darfur fighting. Ahmed's
father is a Sudanese immigrant to the U.S. and a former
presidential candidate in Sudan who ran opposing al-Bashir.

Before attending "Astronomy Night" at the White House on Monday,
where he chatted briefly with President Barack Obama, Ahmed said
he was grateful. He said the lesson of his experience is: "Don't
judge a person by the way they look. Always judge them by their
heart."

On Tuesday at the U.S. Capitol, Ahmed stood alongside Rep. Mike
Honda, D-Calif., who praised the teen, saying Ahmed had used his
negative experience to raise awareness about racial and ethnic
profiling. Honda and more than two dozen other congressmen sent
a letter to Attorney General Loretta Lynch last month calling on
the Department of Justice to investigate Ahmed's detention and
arrest.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2015/10/21/texas-clock-kid-ahmed-
mohamed-to-move-with-family-to-qatar-father-says/?intcmp=trending

Put this piece of crap and his family on an immigration watch
list. He will be back to murder American citizens.
 
CheckBox
2021-06-02 03:21:19 UTC
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The problem is that too many Moslems WERE building
explosive WMDs at the time. Don't blame the kid, DO
blame ISIS/al-Queda/Hamas. They're ruining things for
Moslems. Everybody just, must, assume bad things.
Mayim
2021-06-02 11:55:13 UTC
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Post by CheckBox
The problem is that too many Moslems WERE building
explosive WMDs at the time. Don't blame the kid, DO
blame ISIS/al-Queda/Hamas. They're ruining things for
Moslems. Everybody just, must, assume bad things.
Hi Rudy!
CheckBox
2021-06-03 03:18:08 UTC
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On Wed, 2 Jun 2021 13:55:13 +0200 (CEST), "Mayim"
Post by Mayim
Post by CheckBox
The problem is that too many Moslems WERE building
explosive WMDs at the time. Don't blame the kid, DO
blame ISIS/al-Queda/Hamas. They're ruining things for
Moslems. Everybody just, must, assume bad things.
Hi Rudy!
Sorry, not Rudy.

I'll stick by my post ... don't care how racist you
may be. The kid is a kid and basically innocent.
It's his RELATIVES that have made the rest of
the world see the worst when they think "Moslem".
THEY make the blood-soaked headlines and the
stain spreads out to cover all.

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