Back on September 14, 2015, when the young Islamist was a mere 13-years-old, he brought a clock to school which he claimed he "built." That was a lie, but when you're Islamically inclined, you call it taqiyya and Allah will forgive you.
By the way, ever notice how it's generally okay to be satirical about Allah but never about Mohamed? They kill you for even drawing a playful cartoon of the pedophile.
Anyway, the clock looked a lot like an explosive device, kind of like it was planned to look and it scared school authorities enough to call him out of class and call the police.
It was found to be merely a clock, not a bomb. Clock Boy claimed he designed it himself, but it was later learned that he lied and got the clock from Radio Shack. He had no real skills other than lying.
The police temporarily held the kid, worried that he had constructed a "hoax bomb," before releasing him.
In spite of the lie, Clock Boy made a big stink with the help of his father Mohamed Mohamed (or Mohamed X2) and cried Islamophobia. Because it was about a Muslim person, it got Obama involved and he had the liar to the White House as his personal guest.
Now Mohamed X2 is suing multiple media companies and personalities for defamation and in order to make some easy money.
Included in the suit as mentioned is Ben Shapiro. Ben appeared on Fox News' The Kelly File, where he said the entire incident was "a hoax, this was a setup and that President Obama fell for it because it confirms a couple of his pre-stated biases against police and against people who he perceives to be Islamophobic." He also added that Obama was "constantly shooting first and asking questions later" regarding the police, and that "the story didn't hold water from the beginning. Within the first forty-eight hours it was clear that this was a bit of a set-up and it was clear that the story didn't hold together."
Shapiro figured that Mohamed "literally took the guts out of an old clock, the wiring, and he put it inside of a pencil box and proceeded to bring that into the school and this is not the first family incident that has been like this. His sister had an incident in 2009 that was somewhat similar," he said, referring to a Breitbart News report that "the sister of the boy who brought a suspected hoax-bomb to his Texas high school said she was suspended from a school in a prior bomb scare.
The suit against Shapiro, Fox News and other commentators demands an apology. But the family also sued the city of Irving, Texas and the school district for about $15 million and apologies.
In a similar incident at the Sandy High, Oregon High School, a student named Levi Frunk was suspended and will miss playing in his homecoming football game, because he invented a homemade phone charger and used it in school. He was suspended for not being Muslim, but instead is Jewish. I'm not suggesting they suspended him because he is Jewish, but if he was Muslim, I have a suspicion the school would have let it slide.
Ironically, hate crimes against Jews is about 60% while it's about 11% for Muslims.
Ironically, Frunk didn't take a digital clock apart (like Ahmed admitted in an interview) he actually invented something.
Unlike Ahmed with his checkered school record, Frunk had an exemplary record. He was at the top of his class, considered one of the brightest kids.
Frunk cooperated with school authorities and answered all their questions. Ahmed did not cooperate--he suddenly went mute.
But unlike Ahmed, Levi didn't get to meet with President Obama.
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