Ahmed-Mohamed

Clockmed’s sister told MSNBC:

“I got suspended from school for three days from this stupid same district, from this girl saying I wanted to blow up the school, something I had nothing to do with.”


So now we find that this is a pattern with this belligerent Muslim family. They have experience with threats to the school. Ahmed said that he thought his “project” might look like “a threat” and “suspicious.” Ahmed first showed the “clock” to a male teacher. This teacher told him not to show it to anyone else.

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The 14-year old all-American schoolboy clockmaker who didn’t make a clock at all and is the son of a belligerent Muslim activist and perennial Sudanese presidential candidate whose brother runs a trucking company amusingly called Twin Towers Transportation. (Mark Steyn)

Home coutnry: Ahmed's father (second from left) has twice run for president of his home country, Sudan.

His father acted as “defense attorney” for the quran in a mock trial opposing Terry Jones.

This professional islamophobia huckster will not go quietly. The scam continues. The family has  hired attorneys to get back the homemade clock hoax that administrators mistook for a bomb. Why? The police have been trying to meet with the family since the incident happened.

“We had tried to reach out to the family a number of times; this was before it ever even hit the papers on Wednesday,” Van Duyne said pointing out that the family repeatedly canceled attempts to discuss the matter.

“At the exact same time they were supposed to be meeting with us, they were on their front lawn with a press conference,“ she said.

When Mark Cuban, another tool taken in by this scam, called Ahmed to offer support, Cuban said Ahmed’s sister whispered every answer to Ahmed before he answered Mark Cuban’s questions about the incident.

“Shark Tank” investor and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban claimed on Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time” that he heard Ahmed Mohamed’s sister giving him answers during their phone conversation.

“I talked to the kid — he’s from Dallas — and I’ve talked to the people in the school district. The kid is a super smart kid, science geek. We talked about science, but while I’m talking to him on the phone, as I ask him a question, ‘Tell me what happened,’ because I’m curious, right? His sister, over his shoulder, you could hear listening to the question, giving him the answer.

Cuban confirmed two facts:

  • Ahmed was a puppet (his sister was feeding him answers).
  • Ahmed showed the “clock” to every teacher until he finally got the desired response. (source)

There’s more:

Why did Ahmed keep showing the “clock” to teachers? Was he perhaps trolling for an overreaction?

Ahmed was arrested by a black police officer. (Does this mean black police officers should not be hired? Again, if you want to make this story about simple narratives, then that’s a fair question.)

Who is the racist in this picture?

IStandWithAhmed arrest

Dallas News revealed they are in NY hoping to obtain travel visas to Mecca (likely hoping to enter with some celebrity recognition).

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So on Wednesday, the entire family plans to fly to New York, where Mohamed said dignitaries with the United Nations want to meet the boy.
After that, if they can get a visa, Mohamed wants to take Ahmed on a pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia. He hopes the family can better plan the future from holy ground.

Perhaps an open investigation could hinder their VISA application process. On the other hand, I don’t know that I would want to hinder their permanent exit from this nation. (thanks to WTD)

“Clockmaker Ahmed Mohamed’s sister was once suspended from school for threatening to blow it up,” thanks to Jihadwatch, September 23, 2015 By

“I got suspended from school for three days from this stupid same district, from this girl saying I wanted to blow up the school, something I had nothing to do with…I got suspended and I didn’t do anything about it and so when I heard about Ahmed, I was so mad because it happened to me and I didn’t get to stand up.”

She had nothing to do with the threat and yet did nothing about being suspended? Where were her parents? If I had a child in school who was suspended over a false accusation, I’d be at the principal’s office in a matter of minutes. And would the school really suspend her on a hearsay accusation from one other girl — even in what The Daily Beast hysterically calls “a hotbed of Islamophobia”? It is unlikely, given the risk of complaints and even litigation from the parents, that they would have taken such a step without substantial evidence.

And so the plot thickens further. Why didn’t Ahmed’s father exploit this accusation in his ongoing quest to fight “Islamophobia”? Could it be because the accusation was true?

Ahmed Mohamed Eyman Mohamed

“‘Man, I Went Viral’: My Day With Ahmed Mohamed, the Most Famous Boy on Earth,” by Randy R. Potts, Daily Beast, September 17, 2015 (thanks to all who sent this in):

…After the MSNBC segment, Eyman and I sit down in the hallway where she says the same thing happened to her as Ahmed.

“I got suspended from school for three days from this stupid same district, from this girl saying I wanted to blow up the school, something I had nothing to do with.”

Eyman talks with the slightest lisp, almost imperceptible, but it becomes stronger as she gets emotional.

“I got suspended and I didn’t do anything about it and so when I heard about Ahmed, I was so mad because it happened to me and I didn’t get to stand up, so I’m making sure he’s standing up because it’s not right. So I’m not jealous, I’m kinda like—it’s like he’s standing for me.”

Eyman said her suspension was in her first year of middle school, “my first year of attempting middle school in America. I knew English, but the culture was different, the people were different.”

This part of Texas is a hotbed of Islamophobia. Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne in March claimed Muslim clergy were “bypassing American courts” by offering to mediate disputes between worshippers according to Islamic law. Residents of Farmersville last month fought against creation of a Muslim cemetery in their town. Garland was the site of a “draw Muhammad” contest hosted by anti-Islam activist Pamela Geller that was subsequently attacked by two gunmen inspired by ISIS….

Courtesy of Pamela Geller.