February 18, 2009, - 9:38 am

So Sad, Too Bad: Students Kicked Out of School For Wearing Jihadist Scarf of Death, “Israel Rest in Peace” T

By Debbie Schlussel
**** UPDATE #2: Predictably, school bows to CAIR and ACLU, reverses decision, and allows Muslims to wear jihadists scarves of death.
How long ’til the ACLU takes up the cause of the “Death to the Jews” people? Not long at all.
My friend, Scott Baker, the entertaining host of Breitbart TV, sends along a TV report he spotted on local TV. Go over there and watch.
Here’s a tip: A t-shirt that says, “Rest in Peace, Israel,” is not a fashion statement or protected speech. Nor is a keffiyeh. Both–especially in a school where kids are forced to be there by law–constitute “fighting words,” just as a swastika or a white Klan hood does. It means, “We want to kill Jews.” And Americans. Is there anyone who thinks the many Muslims wearing keffiyehs at HAMAS demonstrations in GAZAstan and around the world–oh, and in beheading videos–is a mere “fashion statement”? If you’ll note, one of the keffiyeh scarves the kids wore shows a picture of the mosque built on top of the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem. We all know what that means–that they’ll do anything to get Jerusalem and drive the Jews out of all of Israel.


NOT a Fashion Statement, Not Suitable for American Tax-Funded Schools

(HAMAS & Fatah Terrorists Wear Jihadist Scarves of Death)


Keffiyeh Scarves: Official “Mere Fashion Statement” of the Nicholas Berg Video

Another, Similar “Mere Fashion Statement” . . .

And these choices in clothing are not free speech protected by the First Amendment. There have been many court decisions holding that schools have a right to restrict clothing that might be considered offensive and incite violence toward other students. It’s necessary to maintain order and decorum during the school day. That these kids chose to wear it on the first day of class was not a “fashion statement.” They wanted to scare Jewish students and get in their face. It’s the 1930s all over again, but not Germany. Here.
I love how one of these kids, Mohammad Al-Abassi, says his ancestors wore this. Check out his mother, Loretta Riggs–an idiot woman who converted to Islam. Do you really think her ancestors were wearing a keffiyeh? No, but the Barbary pirates and Al-Mohad Muslims trying to kill them were wearing keffiyehs.
Again, watch the video.
**** UPDATE: I just noticed that one of the kids, Ahmad Alsadi, can’t speak English too well and has a strong accent. Hmmm . . . . Attention, ICE Agents: What is this kid’s immigration status?

8 Responses

marginalized? sickening, coward news writers, allowing their offensiveness to be rewarded with a venue which claims them being a “victim”.

6eye on February 18, 2009 at 12:15 pm

In other High School news, some California principal named Fal Asrani has canceled the spring musical of Rent because one of the characters is gay!

LoveAManInAUniform on February 18, 2009 at 1:15 pm

I love it! Awesome! About damn time the real meaning of those stupid things came to light.
I caught a couple of the American Idol finalists wearing keffiyehs. ‘Bout threw my drink at the tv.

cirrus1701 on February 18, 2009 at 1:21 pm

Oh, and I finally have the correct pronunciation of keffiyeh in my head. Dove me nuts for a while.

cirrus1701 on February 18, 2009 at 1:26 pm

Many states have a law forbidding masked faces in public. These date back to efforts to fight the Klan. I would like to see some police departments enforce these laws when those wearing keffiyehs like masks march.

chsw on February 18, 2009 at 4:47 pm

Sometimes these things are best handled with a good punch to the face. We don’t always need to go to the principal. Let’s see how comfortable they are wearing offensive, “fighting words” after they get a knuckle sandwich. You can make your statement with a t shirt and a scarf and i’ll make mine after school with my fist.

CobraKai on February 18, 2009 at 6:39 pm


bjpeppers on October 17, 2009 at 5:22 pm

debbie schlussel, i really dont understand why you posted this up. i believe the last time i checked, we were in america, the land of the free where we all have freedom of speech rights. adn you calling Mohammads mother an idot was as rude as can get. why disrespect the kids mother who you know nothing about? make your point but dont be insulting to the kids mother. adn who are you to dispute if mohammads family ancestry wore the keffiyehs. and people have worn way much more worse tshirts, and why doesnt that matter? since these kids are arabic, i guess the shirt they wore became an issue. in the future lets try not to be so stereotypical..lets make the world a better place.

stopbiggotism on October 18, 2009 at 9:02 pm

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