December 29, 2009, - 12:54 pm
Dearbornistan Would Have Been Perfect Place for Abdulmutallab; No Prom, Cheating Muslim Football Players Lost Scholarships
In this video report by ABC News investigative reporter Brian Ross, we learn the Northwest Airlines Flight 253 Islamic terrorist Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab was already an extremist Muslim in the fancy English school he attended.
We also learn that Abdulmutallab had several “problems,” which he detailed in e-mails over the last six years, including that:
* he thought Islam forbade attending a high school prom and wasn’t sure if he should go; and
* he was worried because he didn’t score well on the SATs.
Terrorist Abdulmutallab Would Have Been Right at Home
at Fadlallah’s Tax-Funded, Prom-Free, Cheating Hezbollah High
Given these concerns, it’s a shame that Abdulmutallab tried to blow up a plane headed for Detroit, rather than moving to the Detroit suburb of Dearbornistan, years earlier, where he would have felt even more welcome than in the UK division of Eurabia. And both of these problems would disappear, as they have for Muslims attending a public high school, here.
That’s because, as I’ve noted in the past, Dearbornistan has a tax-funded public high school, Fordson High, which I call “Hezbollah High.” As I’ve detailed, the vast majority of its students are Muslims (mostly Shi’ites), and the principal, Imad Fadlallah, is a supporter of Hezbollah and the cousin of its spiritual leader, Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah.
Abdulmutallab would have felt right at home because Fadlallah eliminated the prom when he took over, because he agreed with the Abdulmutallab Islamic view of the prom–that it’s haram (forbidden) under Islam. One of his first acts as principal was to cancel the prom. It was reinstated, despite his protests.
And the SATs? Well, Mr. Fadlallah–who has been known to pressure teachers into changing grades for his Muslim students, so they can actually graduate–has that covered, too.
According to sources, Fadlallah apparently approved of his nephew posing as three of his high school’s football players and have him take the ACTs for them. But allegedly, a brave high school counselor spoke out and turned them in.
Hezbollah High Football Players Ali Alaboody (far left) and Hassan Amen (far right)
at College Football Signings in Early ’09
Sources say that Fadlallah’s nephew, Khalil Fadlallah, a University of Michigan student (who received no disciplinary action at all for this), took the ACTs, earlier in the year, for Fordson football players, all Arab Muslims, Hassan Amen, Ali Alaboody, and a third player (whose name I’m not mentioning for now, because his name does appear on the roster of the school he signed with to play football), so that they could play college football, this fall. As a result, sources say, the three got scholarships to play football: Amen at Western Illinois University, and Alaboody at Bowling Green. Their signing of letters of intent to play football at these schools was big news in the Detroit Hezbollah newspaper, the Arab American News.
When this alleged scam reportedly came to light, the sources claim, all three Fordson players lost their football scholarships. And it appears this may be true, as Alaboody’s name was NOT on the Bowling Green roster for this year, nor is Hassan Amen’s name on the Western Illinois roster.
But, hey, if Abdulmutallab had come here peacefully instead of trying to blow up airplanes and mass murder 300 people, he’d be right at home, and all his problems–the prom and the SATs–would be solved, courtesy of Principal Fadlallah.
I sent this press inquiry, below, to Fordson’s athletic director, but, predictably, never got a response:
From: Debbie Schlussel email@example.com
Date: Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 2:50 PM
Subject: Press Inquiry about Ali Alaboody . . .
I understand that you are the boys’ athletic director at Fordson High School. I understand that your star football player Ali Alaboody allegedly cheated on the ACTs by having Khalil Fadlallah take the test for him at which time, he scored a 28 on the test. I also understand that he was scheduled to re-take the test today. Has the company which creates, runs, and scores the ACT test been notified of this alleged infraction? Also, can you please respond to this allegation? Have you or Mr. Alaboody notified Bowling Green of this incident? I may be writing about this, and I would like your response as soon as possible. Also, I would be interested in interviewing Mr. Alaboody and Mr. Fadllallah regarding this matter. Please relay this message to them. Where is Mr. Fadlallah intending to enroll for college, this fall? Has that college or university been notified of this alleged cheating scandal? Again, I look forward to your comments as soon as possible and would welcome current e-mail contact information for both Mr. Fadlallah and Mr. Alaboody.
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