January 6, 2010, - 9:42 pm

Told Ya So: Arab Muslim Students Admit Sweatshirts Were Belligerence About 9/11, Flight 253

By Debbie Schlussel

On Tuesday Morning, I told you about 15 Arab Muslim students at Dearbornistan’s Edsel Ford High School, and the sweartshirts they made glorifying the 9/11 attacks in which nearly 3,000 Americans were murdered by Arab Muslims just like the students.

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I told you that the sweatshirts were in solidarity with other Muslims, and NOT the victims of 9/11, and were made because of the Islamic terrorist attack by Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab on Northwest Flight 253, which occurred while these Arab Muslim students were away on winter break.  Many commenters from the left, from the Islamic community, and within the dimwitted dhimmi community of non-Muslim appeasers of Muslims at Edsel Ford, all attacked me, telling me some BS story about how the t-shirts were about unity with the class of 2011 (and, yeah, every class puts windows in their class year numbers to make them look like the Twin Towers, right?).  And virtually every mainstream media report went along with that phony story, all reporting that the students “made an innocent mistake,” didn’t mean it, etc.  They all echoed the well-fertilized statements of Dearbornistan Public Schools dhimmi-wit spokesfidel, David Mustonen.

Well, I give credit to Detroit’s local NBC affiliate, Local 4/WDIV, which didn’t go along with the halal baloney.  Local 4 reports that I was right:

“I was foolish to do it and I’m very sorry,” said Wadhah Almadhagi, one of the students behind the sweatshirts. “I can promise that as long as I’m in Edsel Ford I’ll do my best to ensure something like this, as foolish and naive as this, will never happen again.”

Another student told Local 4 the design was made out of frustration over some media portrayals of Arab-Americans in the wake of the Christmas day terror attack.

Yup, just as I said, it was no mistake. And it was hardly innocent. And it certainly wasn’t about solidarity with the class of 2011, just solidarity with the hijackers of 9/11 and the terrorist on Flight 253. Simply disgusting. But this is Arab America. Time to wake up to it.

These kids were ten when 9/11 happened, but teens just over a week ago when Flight 253 happened. They’ve been taught at home by their Arab Muslim parents (and by their Muslim imams at their mosques and the others in their community) that this is okay, that this is what they should celebrate, just as American Arab Muslim men their parents’ age cheered and high-fived the 9/11 attacks as they worked at a Detroit-area Ford engine plant.

And instead of condemning this disgusting t-shirt, 300 uppity American Arab Muslim parents from Dearbornistan crowded a Dearborn School Board meeting held to discuss the sweatshirt incident, largely to defend these Arab Muslim students. That’s why they aren’t being suspended or facing any disciplinary charges.

About 300 people packed a public meeting in Dearborn to discuss the incident. The meeting centered on opening up a dialogue about the student’s actions.

In 1940, if we had responded to 15 German-American Bund-supporting students, by opening up a “dialogue” or debating the merits of human lampshades, I would never have existed and my ancestors who survived would be ashes from ovens. And the rest of you would be saluting the latest Fuhrer.

Clearly, they’ve won. And–to a great extent–those sweatshirts are right. We can’t “bring them down.” We simply don’t have the guts. We’ve allowed them to win. They have critical mass in that school district and someday–sooner or later–they’ll have it in your school district and school districts all over America. And the usual idiots will come out to defend them, like they did on this site.

We saw the same thing happen in Nazi Europe, as 20% of the population helped round up Jews and put them into ovens because no-one was brave enough to stop them. Sadly, no-one is brave enough to stop these Muslims here today in America–the same Muslims whose fellow co-religionists had two SS units and a top Islamic cleric (the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem) beg Hitler to finish the Final Solution more quickly and export it to the Middle East.

Now the Islamic solution has reached critical mass in several American cities. Will yours be next? What will you say when your school district does nothing about students belligerently and in-your-face praising the mass murder of 3,000 Americans and the attempted underwear bombing of hundreds more?

Will you look away, and just dismiss them as innocents? Will you look away when you have to do so from under the cover of a burqa or niqab?

You may not see it in you lifetime. But if you do nothing, your grandchildren or great-grandchildren will.

And then, it will be too late. That these 15 Arab Muslim students can get away with celebrating the murder and attempted murder of Americans shows us that it’s too late, already.

***

A first baby step in fighting this is exposing the students who made and wore the sweatshirts to school.  We now know the full name of one of them, Wadhah Almadhagi, and the first name of another, Loui.  If you know Loui’s full name and those of the other 13 Arab Muslim students who wore these sweatshirts, please post them in the comments section and/or contact me, with details about these men and who they are.

And contrary to Ms. Almadhagi’s statement, I don’t believe for a second she is embarrassed or thinks she was foolish.  She said that for PR purposes.  Privately, she and her 14 friends and their parents and their friends and friends’ parents throughout the community are high-fiving them and cheering them on.  Just like they did at the Ford engine plant on 9/11.

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130 Responses

in the majority of these cases , debbie is correct

drew299 on January 6, 2010 at 10:17 pm

I wonder if all the students at Dearbornistan’s Edsel Ford High School will come back here and apologize for their remarks on this forum during the last couple days.

I bet the teachers will not offer bonus points for extra credit for returning here and renouncing that we are all racists.

If they had a clue, they would have known that Islam is not a race.

Kudos Debbie, once again you have been proven right.

ScottyDog on January 6, 2010 at 10:19 pm

Debbie, you are absolutely correct. These little animals knew EXACTLY what they were doing. This wasn’t some foolish high school prank no matter what the Liberal/PC media tries to tell us. Also, the fact that not one Muslim stood up and condemned this action tells us everything we need to know about the “Muslim Community”. I agree that the names of these little terrorists-in-training should be exposed. The whole country needs to know who they are, and what they are all about.

White Rook on January 6, 2010 at 10:37 pm

    I graduated from Edsel Ford last year. I’ll let you know that the reason these boys got in trouble was BECAUSE of a Muslim man- the principal, Hussein Jaafar, the kindest, sweetest, most intelligent man you will ever meet, truly. He was disgusted with the sweatshirts and was the one who confiscated them. Not every Muslim is a bad person and I can tell you that every one I’ve ever met (which is more than you because I’ve lived in Dearborn for 15 years) do NOT support 9/11.

    Nikole: Stop lying to defend your fellow Arab Muslims who support Islamic terrorism. They got caught because non-Muslim non-Arab students complained and Mr. Jaafar had no choice. DS

    Nikole on January 6, 2010 at 11:20 pm

      Yes, and he did not do a detention, suspension, or even a formal reprimand. Nothing.

      And we know why:

      “About 300 people packed a public meeting in Dearborn to discuss the incident. The meeting centered on opening up a dialogue about the student’s actions.”

      I heard no mention of disgust to taking any action against these students. What dialogue is required for this?

      Worry01 on January 7, 2010 at 12:19 am

Being proven right is a small consolation to the barbarism that is Islam. The Muslim students spewed their hate and diatribes here on this site. What was written here is just a small sample of what the majority of the Muslims in this country believe and practice.
To top it all off, no punishment for the sick little bastards who perpetrated this foul stunt. Instead we’ll get more sensitivity training and dialogue,(meaning we can’t decry the actions of these muslims because they don’t speak for the True muslims) and I’m sure there will be the inevitable “we’re in fear of a Muslim backlash because of this isolated incident.
I’m still waiting for the backlash, it can’t come soon enough.

perception of truth on January 6, 2010 at 10:40 pm

Sick how some on the left went to the mat giving these fools the benefit of the doubt.

CaliforniaScreaming on January 6, 2010 at 10:52 pm

Miss Schlussel:

I didn’t realize you’d posted that yesterday.

I check your web site frequently, but somehow, I missed seeing that post.

I only learned about it today, and posted it on my own blog.

John Robert Mallernee on January 6, 2010 at 10:58 pm

I don’t know how accurate this is, but the following is from http://www.tngunowners.com/forums/general-off-topic/32825-sweatshirt-sparks-school-controversy.html

From the school’s website:

Quote:
January 4, 2010
Dear Parent/Guardian,

Today, we noticed a group of male students wearing black sweatshirts (hoodies) with wordings on the front and back. The front side had: Edsel Ford, class of 2011.
The back side had a nickname for each student in addition to our Thunderbird logo and the number 11. The number eleven had a ten window design on each strand. Beneath the number eleven, the words “You can’t take us down “were printed. The whole design gave prominence to the 9-11 tragedy. It made several staff members and students upset because of the perceived message. The students in question were processed in the main office and their hoodies were confiscated. I am meeting with their parents tomorrow to discuss this incident and its ramifications. After talking with the students, it became clear that there were no intentions of harm rather a very inappropriate and distasteful attempt to draw attention to themselves and to the class of 2011. I want to reassure everyone that the safety of our students and staff will always remain our prime priority here at Edsel Ford. Edsel Ford administration, the district’s student services and communications offices and our school police officer have all been involved in addressing this incident.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions regarding this incident.
Yours truly,
Hassane Jaafar
Principal
Edsel Ford High School

So, it appears that “LOUI” was the nickname for that student. I guess each hoodie had a different name on it.

I_AM_ME on January 6, 2010 at 11:21 pm

It’s a damn shame they weren’t caned for this. I’d love to see that.
I only hope the next time one of those a-holes flies by on their magic carpet somebody t bones them running a red light.

Joe on January 6, 2010 at 11:26 pm

Dearbornistan? I’ve lived in Dearborn my whole life and am part of a very large German/Irish family and find this extremely offensive. Not everyone in Dearborn is Arabic lady, and not every Arab is trash who lives here.
As a graduate student I am even more upset that this is what it takes to get your attention concerning our school. Someone does something offensive concerning America who is ARAB/MUSLIM and all of a sudden everyone’s crowding Edsel Ford. How about Edsels pride? Their dieing music department? The pay cuts? How about focusing on that instead? Most of this stuff you’re posting is racist and you’re putting your nose in places where it doesn’t belong. Nikole is right, Mr. Jafaar is an amazing man and has really turned the school around. He’s doing a far better job then our past Principal who was a WHITE man and cared little about the school and it’s pride. This whole situation would have been handled poorly if he were still Principal. Get your facts straight.

Butterfly on January 6, 2010 at 11:53 pm

    Sorry, English is obviously not your first language: “Their dieing music department?” Wny not be honest about who you are, rather than pretend quite pitifully that you are German/Irish. Jumping into an obvious lie really does not increase your credibility.

    “As a graduate student I am even more upset that this is what it takes to get your attention concerning our school. ” What is a graduate student, unless you are going for an advanced degree at an university. Your English is pretty marginal. Mr. Hassane Jaafar is not doing a very bang up job on academics from what I have seen of Edsel’s student body so far.

    Worry01 on January 7, 2010 at 12:35 am

I’m really confused…. what race is Islam?

chewchy on January 7, 2010 at 12:01 am

Wow. Glad I graduated when I did. Edsel, and Dearborn in general, is pretty self-segregated. There are many respectable Arabic families, believe me. Yet somehow, the few trashbags always manage to shine above others. Don’t blame the religion; blame the people. Don’t judge Islam based on a few extremists. It’s like not judging Christianity based on the Westboro Baptist Church (they are just as douchey). Mr. Jaafar is a wonderful and caring person who also happens to be Muslim, and I can assure you he is just as outraged as anyone regarding this whole situation.

Oh the wonders of xenophobia and dangers of religious extremism.

C: Oh the “wonders” of dummies like you. Oh, and you stay classy. It appears the feminine hygiene product descriptor applies just as accurately to yourself as it does the Westboro, which is on the extreme fringe of Christianity (and has very few followers, less than 100) versus Islam, which has over a billion followers, most of whom openly support Islamic terrorism. Wake the heck up, and get a brain transplant while you’re at it. DS

Cindy on January 7, 2010 at 12:21 am

Nice that the filth that is Dearbornistan has come back to once again prove the point that not all Arabs are bad but all Muslims are filth.
Thanks so much.

perception of truth on January 7, 2010 at 12:23 am

    I think they more than prove her point, even though they are too dense to realize it. Also, if these are actual students or people who have graduated from Edsel, it is a pretty pathetic place indeed. I would imagine that there is alot of warehousing and social promotion going on at that high school.

    Worry01 on January 7, 2010 at 12:45 am

You win the prize. That was one of the most incoherent posts I have seen in a long time. Also, if you have trouble reading, you might get someone, such as a caregiver to explain things to you.

Also, as always, there is a reference given:

Well, I give credit to Detroit’s local NBC affiliate, Local 4/WDIV, which didn’t go along with the halal baloney. Local 4 reports that I was right”

You had best not refer to people as retarded, since your own intelligence does not seem to be really up to snuff.

Worry01 on January 7, 2010 at 12:27 am

1) As a lawyer Debbie should know the students were not punished per their First Amendment rights, however, they were legally denied the right to wear the sweatshirts in school because it did not pass the Tinker Standard; re: The Tinker Decision of 1969. I can only guess that since Dearborn Public Schools are millions in the red, they don’t need any addition litigation.

2) Pet Peeve, but I just love it when someone just blasts another poster’s point of view because of their poor grammar. Not only cliche, but our last president could barely speak English.

3) As far as religion goes, Westboro or a billion Muslims, whatever. If you want to play the numbers game, then consider Pope Pius’s leadership of the Catholic Church during World War II. He didn’t really discourage the Holocaust now did he?

4) Lastly, I don’t fear Muslim extremists, but I do fear that Russian submarine off the coast of Maine carrying enough nuclear warheads to bring about the end of days that Sarah Palin is craving. Iran somewhat worries me, but they can’t even refine enough petroleum to supply their own their own country and have to import gas, and as ironic as it is they are probably more democratic in nature than Egypt, Saudi Arabia, or our puppet government in Iraq.

I suggest some of you try some cross country skiing to ease your angst.

T: Actually, as a lawyer, I know that several courts, including a federal court of appeals, have ruled that a school can restrict free speech in cases like these.
http://www.debbieschlussel.com/4157/1st-amendment-pc-double-standard-continues-free-speech-for-me-but-not-for-thee/
The First Amendment is not absolute in the schools, particularly in cases like this. DS

Thor on January 7, 2010 at 1:50 am

    “Lastly, I don’t fear Muslim extremists, but I do fear that “Russian submarine off the coast of Maine carrying enough nuclear warheads to bring about the end of days that Sarah Palin is craving.”

    Really, am I aupposed to take you seriously after that comment? Did you do your post before or after your line? As for the numbers game, it does make a difference(or, does mommy still balance your checkbook for you?). One hundred people versus tens of millions of people who wish you ill does really make a difference in terms of threat assessment.If you need a more mundane example, would a supervisor appreciate your spending the same amount of time putting together a $100 prder that you spent spent on a $5000 order? Think it over between snorts. You seem to be quantitatively challenged, among other things. As for angst, only someone completely unbalanced would jumble Palin, Iran, oil drilling, and the apocalypse together in such an inchoate way. You must be an Art Bell fan.

    Worry01 on January 7, 2010 at 2:13 am

Let’s start things off here, Ms. Schlussel, YOU’RE NOT A HOLOCAUST VICTIM. You were never hunted down, you were not grouped up and trapped like an animal, you were not left to rot in a Deathcamp, you were not starved, you were not worked endlessly, you were not labeled like an object, and you were not systematically killed. You have not experienced the fear and anguish suffered, only the rage that came after. You’re too young to have gone through the Holocaust.

You should thank God that he has placed you in a time and place where equality is not only considered, but is a virtue. Don’t spend it trying divide and degrade groups, especially over a bloody shirt.

Also, don’t make assumptions of people you don’t know. I could say most of the anger in your writings are inspired by the fact that evidence says you’re 49 and single, but life’s much more complicated than that. Mr. Almadhagi and his friends may be terrorist supporters, but it’s more likely that Mr. Almadhagi and his friends were just kids who thought they were tough and had a poor sense of humor. Things are not as black and white as you paint them, Schlussel.

Kevin Furgerson on January 7, 2010 at 1:59 am

    “Also, don’t make assumptions of people you don’t know. I could say most of the anger in your writings are inspired by the fact that evidence says you’re 49 and single…..”

    The rest of what you posted was gaseous nonsense, but this bit was really bad. You just revealed yourself and what you are here, a rank misogynist.

    Also, Debbie never claimed to be a Holocaust victim, but was descended from them. You might actually try reading:

    “In 1940, if we had responded to 15 German-American Bund-supporting students, by opening up a “dialogue” or debating the merits of human lampshades, I would never have existed and my ancestors who survived would be ashes from ovens. And the rest of you would be saluting the latest Fuhrer.”

    She is stating a simple fact. Her ancestors would have been ashes and she never would have existed. It is really unintelligent to fabricate things when the source is so close at hand.

    You may not realize it, but you have proven something today about yourself, rather than Debbie Schlussel.

    Worry01 on January 7, 2010 at 2:27 am

    mohammed

    you even spelled fergy wrong:

    “Kevin Furgerson’

    Bob S. on January 7, 2010 at 5:30 am

    Cut the shit Kevin. Just because Debbie isn’t herself a holocaust survivor does not mean that members of her family were not. The point is she is a Jew. The most persecuted group of people on the face of the earth, EVER. She has the foresight to see what’s coming down the pike if these people are not stopped. If she does not defend the Jews, and ultimately American freedom, then who will? You?
    That’s a really low blow trying to paint her as an embittered single female. Maybe she is single because most of the men in America are metrosexual pussyfied douchebags such as yourself.

    Charmaine on January 7, 2010 at 7:04 am

      I may be a douche for pointing out her poor sex life, but at least I don’t have to fill the holes in my life with half-baked political opinions.

      Kevin Furgerson on January 7, 2010 at 4:42 pm

    to Kevin F and Cindi – what a couple of perfect dimmi’s – get your heads out of your asses and read the muslim holy book – it’s all in there in black and white – they want you dimmi’s dead and it is their duty to see to it that you are. Wake up and smell the halal boloney you morons.

    M Rob on January 7, 2010 at 2:32 pm

Kevin, they are black and white. Good and evil are opposites. Those kids should be punished because we should tolerate celebrating those who murdered 3,000 Americans in cold blood. Its not a free speech issue. I didn’t survive the Holocaust but my father did and I feel compelled to honor his memory by doing everything I can to prevent a Second Holocaust – even if it costs me my life. If no one else will stand up for what’s right, I will do it. And moreover, while I revere life, I am also quite prepared to die to be free – better than living as a slave to another man – or ideology. I will oppose Islam because it practices evil while cultivating the appearance of piety. A faith that kills the innocent is in truth no faith at all.

NormanF on January 7, 2010 at 2:12 am

    Your are dealing with a haughty and arrogant individual, and those are usually the most insufferable. They tend to live in bubbles and consort with others in an echo chamber. If it is not written by Lewis Lapham, Paul Krugman, Maureen Dowd, as well as a few select others, it is beneath their notice. In short, they do not live in the real world. They ape the attitudes of their peers, like insecure middle schoolers, and believe that they are independent of thought. They are temples to conformity.

    Worry01 on January 7, 2010 at 2:39 am

      I could say the same for conservatives and Rush Limbaugh or Sarah Palin. You sound quite angry, maybe you ought to try seeing both sides of the issue for your own health.

      I’m a student at EFHS. I strongly disagree with the sweatshirt kids not getting punished- at the very least they should have been suspended. I also am VERY surprised that there hasn’t been a bigger backlash towards them; in fact I think it’s pure shit that they aren’t even sorry for it. However, all 15 students were from Yemen. They are NOT representative of the entire EF population. Every other Arabic student I know cannot stand the Yemmies, and actually are pretty decent people. Something really needs to be done about the arrogance and racism (YES the ones from Yemen are horribly racist) and all around disgusting behavior of these students.

      Anyway, have a nice day.

      Johanna on January 7, 2010 at 3:37 pm

    Norman F,
    These shirts were not celebrating the 9/11 attacks. The media just added a few lies and twisted the truth. I go to school with them and they didnt mean it in a bad way at all.

    sara on January 7, 2010 at 4:46 pm

I am really ashamed and dissapointed that people from my school are on here spelling words wrong and sounding like idiots doing it, and it sucks that people are summing up Edsel as this nasty place. True, we do have some people who do not think twice before they type a word on the keyboard, because thats just what they’re used to on the computer. I’m sure that if they were in the real world and in school, they would focus more on the grammar.

Edselll on January 7, 2010 at 6:13 am

I mean, we’ve already got this horrible reputation around the whole damn world because some GIRL called the news station, we dont need to be known as dumbasses now.

Sorry for the cursing, I am just really agitated.

Edselll on January 7, 2010 at 6:25 am

If I had to go to a high school named after Edsel Ford, I’d crash airplanes into buildings too.

The Terrorist's Advocate on January 7, 2010 at 8:41 am

sure…not ALL muslims are terrorists…BUT almost ALL terorists ARE muslim…

PAUL on January 7, 2010 at 9:24 am

*Another student told Local 4 the design was made out of frustration over some media portrayals of Arab-Americans in the wake of the Christmas day terror attack.*

I bet his Muslim parents told him to say this. Muslims are ALWAYS the victims. And they always try to blame the REAL victims. It just shows how violent, barbaric, and predictable their religion is.

Their fellow Muslim tries to blow up a plane full of Americans. These typical Muslim kids from the high school celebrate it and make t-shirts glorifying the 9/11 terrorists, then whine that Americans deserve it because they don’t think Islam is peaceful.

Logic isn’t part of Islam obviously, which is why it hasn’t been able to create any advanced society and can only steal from and invade more highly advanced cultures, the only reason that these Muslims are here in America.

JM on January 7, 2010 at 10:29 am

Weren’t some Edsel grads involved in mass purchasing of disposable cell phones a couple of years back? One of the perps even had a giant “Islam” tatoo on his back. I remember how the same useful idiots claimed this was all a big, giant misunderstanding. Different year, same story.

adam on January 7, 2010 at 10:38 am

We can all look forward to the day when Mashiach sets foot on the Mount and the multiculturally tolerant Hussein Soetoro invites him to the White House for a Beer Summit with Ahmanutjob.

Efffrem on January 7, 2010 at 10:45 am

We can all look forward to the day when Mashiach sets foot on the Mount and the multiculturally tolerant Hussein Soetoro invites the imperialist blood-sucking Zionist son of a pig or an ape to the White House for a Beer Summit with Ahmanutjob.

Efffrem on January 7, 2010 at 10:47 am

Debbie,

It seems the name LOUI is the nickname of the chap wearing the shirt pictured. Each shirt has a different nickname on it. Here’s a letter sent home from the principle:

January 4, 2010
Dear Parent/Guardian,

Today, we noticed a group of male students wearing black sweatshirts (hoodies) with wordings on the front and back. The front side had: Edsel Ford, class of 2011.
The back side had a nickname for each student in addition to our Thunderbird logo and the number 11. The number eleven had a ten window design on each strand. Beneath the number eleven, the words “You can’t take us down “were printed. The whole design gave prominence to the 9-11 tragedy. It made several staff members and students upset because of the perceived message. The students in question were processed in the main office and their hoodies were confiscated. I am meeting with their parents tomorrow to discuss this incident and its ramifications. After talking with the students, it became clear that there were no intentions of harm rather a very inappropriate and distasteful attempt to draw attention to themselves and to the class of 2011. I want to reassure everyone that the safety of our students and staff will always remain our prime priority here at Edsel Ford. Edsel Ford administration, the district’s student services and communications offices and our school police officer have all been involved in addressing this incident.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions regarding this incident.

Yours truly,
Hassane Jaafar
Principal
Edsel Ford High School

_________________________________________________

The hoodies are definitely disrespectful and in very poor taste.

sickboy on January 7, 2010 at 11:06 am

Ah, yes, indeed. Murdering nearly 3,000 innocents and then celebrating it is — what? — “in poor taste.” Now there’s a condemnation! Celebrations of murder are in “poor taste”. Is that another one of those “Muslim values?” (Just curious).

Yeah. Well, you know, I figure that it doesn’t take .009 percent of a population to cause a problem — it’s the 70 to 80 percent who do and say nothing critical about that .009 percent. (And this is not just about “Muslims” — it’s all those others who offer implicit support for terrorists. Thus, the “problem” is as much a problem with non-Muslims as it is with radicalized Muslims.)

J.S. on January 7, 2010 at 11:33 am

Here’s a nice PR snow job for you:

http://www.pressandguide.com/articles/2010/01/05/news/doc4b439b39dc79c694017849.txt

The islamists are in full damage control mode.

adam on January 7, 2010 at 11:53 am

And black hoodies too. How convenient for intimidation runs through the neighborhood.

pat on January 7, 2010 at 12:00 pm

    Hey the sweatshirts where black because black and white are Edsel Fords school colors, not out of intimidation.

    really on January 7, 2010 at 2:11 pm

Looks like there are still a couple of kids from the school stupid enough to come back here to show their ignorance again. I hope someday soon they wise up to the reality of today’s world.

These kids may know a couple of these muslims that may seem to be non-violent, but how can you be certain? Do you go to the mosque with them to see what is preached? You girls, forget about going into the mosque with the males, they don’t like that. But at least the women always have the right outfit for the right occasion. You know, the black ninja outfit with slits for eyeholes. Also for you girls, how would you like them to institute Sharia Law in the high school? Yeah, this religion of peace is just wonderful, especially if you are a misogynist.

Jarhead on January 7, 2010 at 12:04 pm

JM and Jarhead, you guys are right on the money.

Jamie on January 7, 2010 at 12:24 pm

get ur facts straight wadhah is a boy not a girl.

Dearbornistan on January 7, 2010 at 12:31 pm

I wonder if Debbie will give any attention to the Muslim protest against terrorism on Friday.

Debbie knows who I am, so let’s all not jump to attack me because of my name. She has read my blog when it was up and hoped that there were more Muslims like me who denounce terrorist and terror groups.

I’m not going to get on the subject of the hoodies, but Debbie always goes for the negatives rather than the positives.

Debbie also forgets to mention the fact that this isn’t just a war on Western civilization but more of a war between the different sects of Islam. More Muslims are bombed and shot at than Chrisians, Jews and other religions combined.

Debbie, you fail to mention that a huge majority of suicide bombing are against Muslims. These “Muslims” you categorize are not Muslims. They’re not even worthy enough of being called human.

Lastly, this war between the sects begin the exact minute the Prophet died.

Debbie, go read some Islamic history and start reporting fair and honestly. You’re no better than the MSM that you consistently bash.

As for those of you who don’t know me, I am an outspoken American-Muslim who has always voted Republican. I enlisted in the Army but had to back out due to my fathers medical condition. I am a strong supporter of the war in Iraq and Afghanistan and would like a President with the balls to liberate the people of Saudi Arabia, Iran and dozens of other Middle Eastern countries. I also am a supporter of Israel.

I think that should make things clear for everyone.

Mohammad on January 7, 2010 at 12:53 pm

    Sorry, we have seen the CAIR talking points you are using too many times. It is old stale bread now. Also, why not discuss the subject on the thread? Is it too inconvenient or difficult for you? Finally, rather than have another empty protest for the local media, why not address your co-religionists on the subject of jihad and Islamist supremacism. It is not a matter of sects, and you know it. Sunnis and Shiites(the major sects) have promoted this. You can call your oily rags silk as often as you wish, but they are still oily rags. We have seen the Moslem/Islamist posters here, and they really are pretty similar in what they say. You get denial, defensiveness, and almost always great belligerence. Those are the warning signs that one is dealing with a pathological liar. You should address them, if you are actually serious.

    Worry01 on January 7, 2010 at 1:24 pm

    Anyone can see for themselves exactly what the muslims want – read their holy book – they want all non-muslims dead (burnt, decapitated, whatever method works). Stop defending these people. Islam is not a race it is a political ideology that dictates every aspect of their lives – including their duty to kill the rest of us – wake up and smell the halal lamb fools!

    M Rob on January 7, 2010 at 2:47 pm

Deb, sometimes a broken clock works twice a say. WDIV, owned by Post-Newsweek, is such an example. I would think Fox-owned WJBK would go with that halal garbage, as would Scripps-owned WXYZ or CBS-owned WWJ-TV/WKBD-TV

Bob Porrazzo on January 7, 2010 at 12:53 pm

Here’s another Islamic lovely headed with three compatriots from Miami to Detroit:

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1262339423118&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

Funny, didn’t hear anything about this incident in MSM.

adam on January 7, 2010 at 1:13 pm

Another student told Local 4 the design was made out of frustration over some media portrayals of Arab-Americans in the wake of the Christmas day terror attack.

–That doesn’t mean it was done in celebration of 9/11 or the 9/11 attackers, Debbie. He may have thought this showed that his team and the US couldn’t be beaten down by 9/11

Jim on January 7, 2010 at 1:13 pm

You and all of your fans are the disgusting ones. You have no right to assume that all Muslims support terrorism. They wouldn’t have made those shirts if they knew it would be a problem. The media wouldn’t have made such a huge deal if, let’s say, white kids made the shirts. You guys are the ignorant ones. And since you’re still posting blogs like this, I’m going to assume you don’t realize how outrageously dumb you sound. Maybe you should read the Qur’an before you make a fool out of yourself.

Ok on January 7, 2010 at 2:43 pm

“–That doesn’t mean it was done in celebration of 9/11 or the 9/11 attackers, Debbie. He may have thought this showed that his team and the US couldn’t be beaten down by 9/11″ Jim, you are an idiot.

There is no moderate islam. We need to get rid of all muslims out of this country before it’s to late and not allow a satanic religion like Islam to be practiced here. Whats it going to take for you libtards to understand that this is jihad and it never will end!

jack edgar garrett on January 7, 2010 at 2:46 pm

Why is it, that the news is filled with bombings and such horrific acts that are ALWAYS committed by muslims?
You don’t find christians, jews, hindus, buddhists. blowing up and killing Human beings…Want Proof, just go to yor favorite news outlet and search bomber. Look at the names that come up with the stories!
http://news.google.com/news/search?aq=f&pz=1&cf=all&ned=us&hl=en&q=bomber

Just a Question? on January 7, 2010 at 2:51 pm

America needs a couple of 9/11 to wake up. Sorry, but that’s just a fact, America forgets too soon and will need a wake up call.

I pity American fools, they know they are getting f–ked but opens wide-enough for the payload. HA HA HA HA

Andrew on January 7, 2010 at 2:55 pm

islam is a evil and vile religion. period
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
http://www.faithfreedom.org

Andrew on January 7, 2010 at 2:57 pm

How wonderful to live in a country that is so afraid of our own shadows that so many want to attack a whole community for the actions of a few.

To see how people are reacting, the total lies being reported on this matter and the awesome stupidity of Americans who are willing to take this garbage at face value says a lot about the terrible state of affairs in our country today. We don’t need terrorists to bring down our country, people like you are going to do it for them.

By perpetuating the horrific lies Mrs. Schlussel, and stoking this raving pack of frothing morons who jumped on your bandwagon, let me tell you all how you have benefited the students of Edsel Ford High School.

Mrs. Schlussel, you have shown the people of this community that the media is neither fair nor un-bias. You have shown almost ten thousand kids in 3 high schools and a whole city that has well more non-Arabic residents than any others, that any hate spewing ignorant person can take a insignificant ordeal like a few distasteful T shirts, and by adding just a few well placed lies, can inflame an entire country. You have given a whole crop of kids in public schools the notion that the media is not to be trusted and makes its money based on nothing but making people angry and hatful. You have shown how our own government can use lies and half-truths to herd the ignorant masses like your readers into any state of mind by simply posting a lot of garbage and playing on people fears.

Many of your respondents are showing by their hate filled and ignorant responses that terrorists have won this war on terror! As long as we are so willing to go on the attack based on lies and half truths, terrorists continue to win this war or public opinion. To win a war, a society must be unified, and all many of you have done is aid the enemy in creating fear and resentment about much of nothing about a bunch of people who are only guilty of not knowing how evil the media is and how the media only serves to twist any situation and simply make up things to inflame people.

Congratulations on doing more to further the cause of terrorists more so than any terrorist organization could ever do. You’re continuing to plant the seeds of hate, fear and ignorance will go much farther towards destroying the fabric of this country than any bombing will ever be able to.

E. Miller on January 7, 2010 at 3:00 pm

Worry01,

As I do not know all the facts, I won’t be quick to judge.

But for your pleasure, I’ll give you my opinion:

“You can’t bring us down” are positive words. I really don’t see how this is in anyway negative.

I mean, I can understand if one of the ones has smoke coming out of it but given it’s face value, it gives the message that the younger generation is too strong for those extremist fucks to bring down.

Now, if the kid who designed it is anti-American, I can kind of see it.

Not to sound typical but what if this happened at your typical “all-American” high school? It would be just a normal act of patiotism. Who knows, maybe these kids have the same views as you do.

I honestly thing the unquoted statement is too vague and we don’t have enough information on who said it. It could have easily been said by a student who was offended.

Another point I would like to make, most of the Arabs in Dearborn think 911 was an inside job. There is a very high chance these guys believe that. If true, Debbie being “right” on the issue based on a flaud statement would indeed be incorrect.

Mohammad on January 7, 2010 at 3:00 pm

It will not take until our grandchildren or great-grandchildren’s day – it will happen in the next 10 years. In fact, you’ll see the headscarf worn at the White House within 2 years.

Ted on January 7, 2010 at 3:39 pm

Mohammad, you’re not a Muslim. You’re too intelligent, sensible and nice to be an authentic Muslim. And since you are ethical, you’re not practicing the “religion” of Islam. I think you know what I mean if you know what the Qur’an, Sunnah, Sira, Hadiths, and Taqiyya contain. Friend, I’ve studied Islam since 911, and I can say emphatically that you’re not an authentic Muslim. If you read the New Testament, you’ll find that you are more like Jesus Christ than you are like Muhammad the so-called prophet. May God bless you.

Truth Detector on January 7, 2010 at 3:40 pm

Rest assured, I am a Muslim. Well, at least I consider myself one.

I have a different understanding of Islam than most Muslims.

I do read the Quran, but to understand the Quran, one must understand the history of it and the history of Islam.
99% of the hadith’s you have read, I probably don’t consider “sahih.”

Truth Detector, if you have not noticed, I said I was an American-Muslims, not a Muslim-American. I have it in in that order for a reason. Liberty and freedom are my reasoning for it.

“You’re too intelligent, sensible and nice to be an authentic Muslim.” –these traits have nothing to do with religion, it has much to do with how my parents raised me, my education, and my understanding of society. A few people have insulted Islam, the Prophet, and the Quran, but I do not care because while I may not agree with what they say, they have every right to say it, and I cannot deny them that right to say what they wish.

There are many Muslims who have very similar views as I do, but tend to keep quiet or would rather not speak out after what they witnessed happen to me and others by the “mainstream extremists.”

We are many in count, but few in our voices.

Jesus Christ is highly favored in Islam. I would like to thank you for that compliment.

Mohammad on January 7, 2010 at 4:04 pm

Bringing down the Twin Towers at the World Trade Center was not a Bush or Jewish plot. Use your brains endowed by your Creator. Do Catholics commit suicide in order to murder innocent people? No. Do Protestants or Jews commit suicide in order to murder innocent people. Also no. What about Buddhists or Hindus? Also no.

Now listen carefully: Only authentic Muslims commit suicide in order to murder innocent people. That infamous crime, at the World Trade Center, has only the earmarks of authentic Muslims. Yes, authentic Muslims flew those planes into the towers. Do you see what happens when you use your brains endowed by the Creator?

P.S. The nice Muslims are not practicing the “religion” of Islam. Read the Qur’an which exhorts Muslims to destroy especially human life, and you’ll see what I mean. So the nice Muslims didn’t fly those planes. It was the authentic Muslims, who were practicing what the historical documents of Islam, the Qur’an et cetera, demands of them that committed suicide on that faithful day of 9/11.

Truth Detector on January 7, 2010 at 4:06 pm

Debbie,
You really need to get your facts straight. I go to edsel and know the guys that did this. They did not mean it in any bad way. They were using the twin towers as a metaphor meaning that you cant bring them down. There was just a DUMB, IGNORANT girl at edsel that took it the wrong way and decided to call the media. There are many bad people in every religion. You cant blame everyone for a couple people. The muslims that i go to school with are just like any of us. There not terrorists and are against terrorism. Debbie your an ignorant lady that doesnt know jack shit.

sara on January 7, 2010 at 4:16 pm

Muhammad, you have beautiful parents. You may tell them what I said, and I hope you thank them for raising you ethically.

P.S. I’m a Catholic, and I try to adhere to the famous Ten Commandments.

Truth Detector on January 7, 2010 at 4:18 pm

Oh, don’t get me wrong, I never said it was. I believe it was conducted by a bunch of brainwashed idiots who thought they could make it to heaven. This was done before with Christians during the Dark Ages. Still, it doesn’t justify it.

Prophet Muhammad said “to kill an innocent being would be as if you have killed all of humanity.” Everything these guys are doing is wrong.

Those are NOT authentic Muslims. The Quran does not promote murder. Hadith maybe, but with hadith, not all are accepted by all sects. That’s where the problem comes.

Since the death of the Prophet, the Sunni’s/Wahabi’s have sought power. These are greedy pieces of scum want everyone to bow to them. The Shi’ite have hadith about this and how this is a sign of the end of days. The oppression of the world will be caused by those who are Muslim in name only, and it is the duty of the righteous Muslims to get rid of that enemy. That is preciously why I wanted to join the Army.

Mohammad on January 7, 2010 at 4:21 pm

Truth, I respect you and appreciate the respect you have shown me. I respect all religions and have a good knowledge of the major ones.

What puts me aside from other Muslims is that religion is between me and God. I, the human with the brain that my creator has given me, can make a decision on what is right and what is wrong. There are guidelines to adhere by, and most of it is quite obvious. My point is, I make the decisions, not the Imam at the mosque or who ever.

If you didn’t know, the Prophet Muhammad is depicted on a wall above the Supreme Court Justices’ bench along with 17 other great law givers which also includes Moses, Soloman and many others.

Mohammad on January 7, 2010 at 4:31 pm

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