May 6, 2010, - 4:40 pm

Your Day in “Moderate Muslim” America

By Debbie Schlussel

Hey, kids, it’s time for another edition of “Guess the Religion.”  I’m sure his name is “Ismael” just by coincidence.  Probably a Wiccan or a Buddhist.

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Religion of Peace . . . and Bomb Bags in Classrooms

New Hampshire police said an 18-year-old high school student is facing charges that he threw what is being described as a “bomb bag” into a classroom.

Manchester police said Ismael Bang, 18, threw a bag into the classroom at the city’s West High School that made noise and began to expand before erupting in a minor explosion.

The students in the classroom backed away for safety.

Police described the device as a novelty item containing sodium bicarbonate and citric acid that was designed for outside use only.

Police said that just before the incident, the school resource officer had escorted Bang off school property. Police said Bang was found with an additional “bomb bag.”

Bang was charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct.

And they wonder why students–and other Americans–are afraid of Islamic students. It’s not a phobia. It’s called, “being an informed consumer.”

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29 Responses

Just respond to a muslim who says “Oh, so you automaticall think I am going to blow up an airplane, or bomb a bus by replying “Is that a threat or a promise?”. All part of being the informed consumer

jake49 on May 6, 2010 at 4:59 pm

He was simple living up to the family name.

/jk

Sam Adams on May 6, 2010 at 5:13 pm

It was just a Wiccan incident. We mustn’t offend you know what and they would NEVER do it.

That said, the creep certainly lived up to his name!

NormanF on May 6, 2010 at 5:31 pm

A novelty item? BS!!! It was meant to terrorize the school and they need to try this punk under terrorism statutes. The UK (dhimmi central) probably take these terrorists to special muzzie courts in the UK where they get a slap on the wrist and directions to the local mosque.

Jarhead on May 6, 2010 at 5:54 pm

Ismael Bang?????? You couldn’t make it up. Too funny but not.

mk750 on May 6, 2010 at 6:05 pm

Poor Maine AND New Hampshire. The Feds foisted thousands of moslems from Bosnia and Somalia on both those states.

Wonder if BANG is a Somalian punk?? Bang not being a Bosnian surname.

BOJINKA is “Bang” in Bosnian…you may remember that term from a previous planned MOSLEM terror attack that was planned for 2000 on planes crossing the Pacific.

Sewsalot on May 6, 2010 at 6:14 pm

    It serves those two liberal states right. Remember the “Scared Straight” program? Maybe this turns out to be one of those.

    That student should be prosecuted to the maximum penalty of the law.

    samurai on May 7, 2010 at 11:30 am

I am at a bit of a loss here to understand why we should be so afraid of someone who let off a toy banger in a classroom. How much pressure can you generate with baking soda and lemon juice? I’m pretty sure not enough to do any damage.

I mean, obviously it’s a school disciplinary issue for the guy mucking about in class, but how is this newsworthy?

Ciaran Tracey on May 6, 2010 at 6:34 pm

There’s a second reason why other kids are afraid of Muslim students; not only due to their proclivity for destructive behavior, but also because they know that the authorities will go after the victims, rather than the criminal students. That’s part of the reason why American students are reluctant to go after the Muslims.

Little Al on May 6, 2010 at 6:48 pm

“Police described the device as a novelty item containing sodium bicarbonate and citric acid that was designed for outside use only”

Sodium bicarbonate is used to put OUT fires.

Citric acid would foam with sb so far as I know.

Lies! What WAS REALLY in the bag?

Course, there are some places in the world where Muslim disorder is not being tolerated. I guess when the Muslim youth spit in the face of the Brit politician, I guess he thought he wasn’t going to get beaten up.

He, be wrong: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/top-stories/2010/05/05/bnp-candidate-bob-bailey-in-violent-street-scuffle-with-asian-youth-in-east-london-video-115875-22237008/

The Canadien on May 6, 2010 at 6:48 pm

    i believe the article refers to the teens as being asian, not muslim. did i miss something?

    chris on May 7, 2010 at 1:53 pm

Don’t mean to hijack this topic, but why is the following not being covered in the US?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/piracy/7686091/Russian-marines-free-hijacked-oil-tanker-in-dawn-raid.html

Graty Slapchop on May 6, 2010 at 6:58 pm

““Police described the device as a novelty item containing sodium bicarbonate and citric acid that was designed for outside use only”

Sodium bicarbonate is used to put OUT fires.

Citric acid would foam with sb so far as I know.

Lies! What WAS REALLY in the bag?

Citric acid and bicarb react to produce carbon dioxide. Here’s an article encouraging kids to experiment with it to blow up baloons.

http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/experiments/inflatingballoons.html

Ciaran Tracey on May 6, 2010 at 7:09 pm

What the fuck is wrong with you guys? Some kid pulled a (very stupid) prank in a classroom and you guys jump in and start slamming muslims? When the kids religion wasn’t even mentioned?

Have you even met a muslim in real life? Most of them don’t eat christian babies, I assure you.

theseeker00 on May 6, 2010 at 8:26 pm

    Theseeker00,

    I guess you also think that flying airplanes into buildings is a “prank” as well.

    I would define a prank at a school as starting a food fight or something of that sort, but throwing a bomb in a classroom is not a “prank.”

    But Muslims love bombs and blowing up those who don’t worship the moon god and those who don’t think a barbaric, violent pedophile is his prophet. So I guess this is why you think this is a “prank.”

    JM on May 6, 2010 at 8:56 pm

      Except it wasn’t a bomb, it was a banger.

      If the story was about a white american scaring a few of his classmates by throwing a small, harmless firework into a room, would you be calling him a christian terrorist, or would it then become a prank?

      Ciaran Tracey on May 6, 2010 at 9:21 pm

        *If the story was about a white american scaring a few of his classmates by throwing a small, harmless firework into a room, would you be calling him a christian terrorist, or would it then become a prank?

        Ciaran Tracey on May 6, 2010 at 9:21 pm*

        If it were a white American throwing a bomb bag into a classroom filled with Muslims, he would be arrested and sent to jail, and CAIR would be bitching forever. But instead it is a Muslim throwing a bag bomb into a classroom filled with Americans, and suddenly it is just a “prank.”

        JM on May 6, 2010 at 11:49 pm

          You seem to be missing my point. This was not a bomb, it was a toy. It was the equivalent of coming up behind someone with an empty plastic bag and clapping your hands together to make it go bang.

          I didn’t ask what might happen to the person, I asked how you would feel about that person’s actions. I also didn’t specify the religion of the people in the classroom as that really should have no relevance.

          Ciaran Tracey on May 7, 2010 at 3:05 am

    @seeker,

    WTF is wrong with your head in the sand??? They may not eat the Christian babies but they certainly have no problem blowing them up if given the chance. Go f##k yourself.

    samurai on May 7, 2010 at 11:32 am

    Can you imagine a Christian kid with a name like Paul Christanson immigrating to Saudi Arabia for freedom and oppourtunity and then throwing a small bomb through the window of his school to terrorize the teacher and fellow students?

    Can you imagine that?

    No?

    Didn’t think so.

    Yankel on May 7, 2010 at 12:19 pm

      Funnily enough, yes I can.

      There are lots of ex-pats living in Saudi, and I don’t think it’s too much of a stretch of the imagination to picture an angry teenager of any race or religion either doing this or for that matter going a whole lot further.

      Particularly if you replace the word ‘bomb’ with the expression ‘novely toy that goes bang’ (which, remember, is what this guy threw into the classroom). There’s a reason the media have to put quotes round the words ‘bag bomb’ – it wasn’t a bomb.

      I know I certainly did a lot worse than this as a kid who didn’t much like school (or any other authority for that matter). Eventually I grew up, and (I’d like to think) became a reasonably useful member of society – which is a change that’s much harder for someone who is marginalised for their stupid behaviour.

      Ciaran Tracey on May 7, 2010 at 2:05 pm

OT:

Last of Navy SEAL 3 acquitted!

A military jury in Virginia found a Navy SEAL not guilty Thursday on charges of punching a suspected Iraqi terrorist.

Jurors deliberated about an hour and 40 minutes before returning their verdict in the court-martial of Petty Officer 2nd Class Matthew McCabe.

docgary on May 6, 2010 at 9:33 pm

Some celebrities have obviously made-up show business names (i.e. Rock Hudson, Rip Torn, Morgan Fairchild etc). Others just happened to have been born with real names that sound like made-up showbiz names (Neil Diamond, Marianne Faithfull etc). This unfortunate soul was born into a family with a surname that, no matter what first name you put in front of it, will make the person who bears it sound like a porn actor. At least “Bang” doesn’t have an “s” on the end of it. Then the person’s name would actually be a complete sentence, and a fairly unflattering one at that.

Daniel H on May 6, 2010 at 11:44 pm

This is hilariously funny shit. A raghead named Bang gets in trouble for a phony “bomb”! I’m sorry, I have to look at this on the light side. You got this teenage punk, who is also a raghead, and his name is BANG! Face it, this kid was fooked from birth. He’s born a raghead and he doesn’t even have rythem to make up for his effed up hair. And, on top of that his name is bang. Kid’s bound to have issues.

MichiganWolfX on May 6, 2010 at 11:46 pm

With a last name like that he’ll surface in the porn industry. Where’s i.c.e. on this case? How did he get in? Who approved his wearing of that fake NASCAR T-shirt when he did it? Where did he buy those knock-off nikes he ran away in? This, and more, on the next edition of “i.c.e. – ‘ineptitude comes easy’”.

LMFAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

IceNoMore on May 7, 2010 at 3:51 am

This reminds me of a joke a friend just sent me:

What to do if seated next to a jerk on an airplane…

1. Take out your laptop.
2. Slowly open your laptop.
3. Turn it on.
4. Make certain your neighbor is watching.
5. Open your Internet browser.
6. Close your eyes for a few moments, open them, and then look up to the sky, or the heavens, if you will.
7. Breathe deeply and open the following site: http://www.myit-media.de/the_end.html
8. Look at the expression on your neighbor’s face.

Atlee Yarrow on May 7, 2010 at 10:17 am

honestly, this sounds more like a childish prank than an act of terrorism. i long for the day when the worst thing we have to worry about from extremists of any religion is makeshift “bomb” containing baking soda and citric acid. OH NOES, I GOT LEMON JUICE IN MY EYE!!! SEND IN THE NATIONAL GUARD!!!

chris on May 7, 2010 at 1:30 pm

First off, this did not take place in the United States. It took place in the UK. Secondly, the kid is not Muslim so stop judging.

Ben Watson on May 11, 2010 at 12:03 pm

Agreeing with Ben. I honestly don’t see what this has to do with America. Thanks for failing conservative journalism.

Liberal Communist on November 16, 2010 at 12:32 am

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