September 18, 2015, - 2:58 pm

Ahmed Mohamed: We Know He’s “Not a Muslim Terrorist” . . . How? Clock Bomb a Hoax . . . or Dry Run?

By Debbie Schlussel


Are you convinced that Ahmed Mohamed, the teen Muslim who brought a clock–possibly a fake bomb–to school, is not a terrorist? Why? I’m not convinced at all. And was his clock really just a clock or was it a dry run? I guarantee you that this “kid” will now be on law enforcement’s radar and watch list . . . and for good reason, despite the excessive public hand-wringing, cries of “Islamophobia!”, and the rush by Google, Twitter Facebook, and the Obama White House to kiss this guy’s ass.

I’ve said it before many times on this site and in the case of Mohamed, it is yet again true: they tell you that “if you see something, say something,” but then, when you do, no matter how dangerous that something you reported is: you are the villain and nothing but a hysterical “Islamophobic!” bigot. Such is the case with Mohamed. The teachers and officials at his school and the police did everything right here, and yet they are mocked and ridiculed as stupid and ignorant. They’re the ones who should be invited to the White House and praised by Hillary Clinton, not this “poor, persecuted kid” (who is neither poor nor persecuted nor is he just a “kid”).

Yes–I know! I know!–we were told by the media that this was “just an innocent kid;” that he’s “brilliant!” (because he made an amateurish-looking clock or because he has the conventional media butt-snorkeling him after he perpetrated a possible dry run?); and that he was wearing a NASA t-shirt, and kids wearing NASA t-shirts would never ever ever ever ever be terrorists (because there is a mechanism in all NASA t-shirts that prevent all Muslims wearing them from becoming terrorists and blowing up clock bombs?). My how quickly we all forgot that Obama’s NASA chief said the primary mission of NASA is to “reach out” to Muslims. Oh, and we are told that he’s “only 14.” Uh-huh, because everybody knows that no 14-year-old has ever been an Islamic terrorist. There are no 14-year-olds in HAMAS or Hezbollah or ISIS, right? Fourteen-year-olds don’t throw rocks at Israeli Jews and don’t behead Christians on ISIS videos. That never ever happens. I’m just imagining it. And so are you.

But how do we know that he didn’t get instructions from a nefarious someone asking him to test the reaction at his school if he brought a clock that looked like a possible bomb to school? We know what the reaction is now: all of those kids might have been blown up right away. Or they might have been saved by quick-thinking teachers and administrators who didn’t think about the avalanche of political correctness know-betterism crashing all over them in the media and online. And we know that every single one of these idiots tweeting #IStandWithAhmed on Twitter this week would have been screaming and yelling about teachers and the principal and police had they not done anything and the clock blown up tens or hundreds of children at that school. Sadly, a lot of these idiots a/k/a Hillary and Bernie Glassberg voters, would have still tweeted #IStandWithAhmed had that happened and demanded out “tolerance” for the “Religion of Peace.”

And here’s something nobody’s pointed out: we don’t know that Mohamed didn’t have instructions from someone to do this and test the system or conduct a dry run. While the whole world is whining that Mohamed was “interrogated” by several police officers (as he should have been!), nobody raided the Mohamed house. Nobody seized the Mohamed family computers or took Ahmed Mohamed’s cell phone. They should’ve and in any other case, they would have. But amid the disgusting, ridiculous piling on by the #IStandWithAhmed morons, they didn’t because political correctness saved the day for him and called the shots (or, rather, non-shots). So, if Mohamed did communicate with terrorists and do this as a way to test the system and/or conduct a dry run, we’ll never know.

But here’s what we do know: Mohamed told police that he made the clock for a “science project assignment.” That was a lie. He’d never had any such assignment. Then, the story changed to his making the clock to impress his science teacher. Right. If this “kid” is as brilliant as we’ve been told, he’d have known that you don’t bring something like this to school. I mean, you don’t have to be Einstein to know that.

We’ve been lectured by this Muslim’s sympathizers that the only reason this happened is that he’s Muslim and his name is Ahmed Mohamed. Really? No, the only reason his home wasn’t raided, his computer and cell phone weren’t seized, and he was invited to the White House, Google, Facebook and Twitter is because he’s Muslim. Anybody else would have been raided, had their crap seized, and still be under investigation. Anybody else’s parents would have been hauled in for questioning, too Anybody else would have been under much more suspicion, to date. Heck, White, non-Muslim kids with lists of students at their schools are arrested and tried for planning Columbine-style massacres based on little other than those lists. But this guy is Muslim, so he gets special treatment in his favor and the overwhelming benefit of the doubt.

We’ll never ever know if Ahmed Mohamed is a terrorist because instead of letting law enforcement officials do a complete and thorough investigation, we tried and acquitted this guy and proclaimed him a national hero . . . all because he’s Muslim.

Anyone who “stands with Ahmed” might have ended up having their legs blown off their torso and straight across the room. But they’re too stupid and knee-jerk in their tears and sympathy for the religion of the 19 hijackers to have a clue.

All the anguish over Mohamed Ahmed, this week, was premature articulation. And, next time, that “clock” might kill a lot of kids.


By the way, I’m sure–before this happened–if Mohamed carried a “clock” like this to an Obama appearance, he’d have been tackled by the Secret Service, and the word, “Bomb!” would have been yelled in everyone’s earpiece. Don’t act like this didn’t look like a bomb and wasn’t cause for concern in a school.

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Also, in all of this, how is it that his parents didn’t tell him how to introduce this in class if it was indeed a science project? Also, as you note, his changing story makes me more suspicious.

I think the best thing for a witness to say in the aftermath of the next successful Jihad attack would be to say about the perpetrator, “I was suspicious of what he was doing. However, the reason I didn’t say something was that he was a Muslim, and I didn’t want to be thought of as a bigot.”

Infidel on September 18, 2015 at 4:20 pm

Hillary Clinton thinks we’re Islamophobes if we don’t give Jew and Christian-hating Muslims special treatment.

This is from the woman who told her party to vote to give Jew-hating Islamic Iran the nuclear bomb.

So she loves Muslims. And she has one as her aide. That’s been established.

And no, Ahmed Mohamed isn’t an innocent school kid. Don’t let the jihad-loving idiots try to convince people he’s been targeted because he’s Muslim. Nothing could be further from the truth.

NormanF on September 18, 2015 at 4:41 pm

Ya just ask the widow of Sergeant Christopher Speer if kids are capable of being terrorists. He was killed by 15 year old Omar Khadr. By the way, Khadr was just freed of wearing his ankle tracking bracelet by a far left Alberta, Canada judge. Glad he was convicted and sent to Guantanamo Bay only to be shipped back to Canada (thanks to Obama) and then summarily released. And Canadians are no smarter with all the ‘Omar Khadr Welcome Here’ signs.

STi on September 18, 2015 at 4:53 pm

Dear Mrs Schlussel,

I really enjoy your blog, but this time you — and the American school system — are way out of bounds. Four decades ago my school friends and me each a chemical “laboratory” at home and we loved our little explosions. We all of us did far worse, than the poor girl, who burst a plastic water bottle in the middle of an empty school yard (and was arrested and expelled). Now our little group of friends numbers two professors, a doctor and two Ph.D. chemists and two with just ordinary science degrees, one of them me. Seeing all those kids who only manage to buy ready made gagets with parents’ money and barely manage to switch them on, I’d be proud to have a son like that, who still understands how struff works internally and is able to make something himself. And yes, this is just the kind of project any good science teacher would want to see and brought to school. You may be happy with your children just watching mindless television or doing some artsy crafty nonsense, I am not. Kids like that need to be encouraged and we badly need many more of them.

Yours truly
Dipl.-Ing. F. Axel Berger

Axel Berger on September 18, 2015 at 5:09 pm

    @ F. AXEL BERGER, Et Alii:

    You’ve got to be kidding me!

    You claim to have a COLLEGE DEGREE, and yet, you can’t write any better than that?

    I clicked on your web site, and it’s more of the same, i.e., substandard literacy.

    From the very beginning, when this story first broke, I’ve been wondering about what it is we’re not being told.

    WHY did his engineering teacher advise him to not show the device to anyone?

    WHY are the police (the last time I saw a news report) continuing to retain custody of the device?

    WHY did THREE (03) of his teachers initiate the complaint?

    WHY was the student given a suspension?

    FINALLY, the media publishes photographs of the device, and it doesn’t look like any “clock” I’m familiar with.

    At first glance, the device doesn’t appear to have any obvious indications of any explosive agent attached or included.

    But, what if the device was intended to remotely detonate explosives that are concealed elsewhere?

    No, I get a strong gut feeling that there is yet another side to this news report, with additional facts that we’re not being told.

    I sense that public sentiment in this case is somehow being carefully manipulated to achieve a desired reaction.

    John Robert Mallernee on September 18, 2015 at 8:15 pm

      Well, I can do paragraphs of more than one sentence and I’d like to see you do better in German than my English. And by the way, it’s a university degree, not college, and Aachen’s prestigious RWTH no less. I don’t usually mention that, much less stress it in this obnoxious way, but it is relevant when I see American children pressed and herded into pure consumerism and thinking and initiative being persecuted. If you want America to stay in the lead technologically, these are the children you need (and you already import most of them past college) and that’s just the way all my all friends tended to behave. Lots of home made electronics at home looking like junk and no designer stuff is part of the picture.

      More importantly, neither you nor Mrs Schlussel seems to know what a bomb is and what parts it needs and consists of. Hint: in real life a big numerical display is not among them. Go back to watching silly brain dead TV serials where all the bombs are for show and the real special effects detonators not shown.

      Axel Berger on September 19, 2015 at 1:51 pm

    I suppose now that we know the clock wasn’t “created” by Ahmed, he has just become one of those kids who is barely intelligent enough to find the buttons on a modern electronic device. He actually is a genius, though. He’s the recipient (notice I didn’t say inventor) of the PC Clock Scolarship fund. Yes, he’s got a free ride to college (not to mention the White House) for simply taking the innerds of an old clock and relocating them in a pencil box. So thankful the future in in the hands of these capable young people. I see a future in Washington for him.

    A teacher on September 19, 2015 at 9:40 am

      If they really thought it was a bomb, why didn’t the evacuate the school. They put all those kids lives in danger.

      Peter Piper on September 20, 2015 at 11:26 am

    four decades ago the US was not the subject of muslim terrorism which has regularly employed kids. Your comment lacks relevance.

    brenrod on September 19, 2015 at 4:43 pm

what if this kid name was David Mozes would u still think the same way?
r all Muslims terrorists
if the clock was a bomb why did he show his teacher if u were planning to bomb the school.

what happened to innocent till proven guilty
Islam is a evil cult but not every Muslim is evil person. I know many Muslims who r not evil
finally there was 4 different kids at that school who made clocks and there wast taken to the police

further more if the police was supersus of him wouldn’t they had done a quiet investigation without he knowing about it inst that what police r suppose to do
send someone in undercover to watch this kid
finally how can u say this is not a kid his 14 years old
deb font be a bigot for once use commen sense
if he was ur nephew would u still think the police did the right thing

bec on September 18, 2015 at 5:11 pm

    @ BEC, Et Alii:

    Are you drunk or brain damaged, or are you a foreigner who recently immigrated and is still attempting to learn our English language?

    Are you being coached by others on what to say in your posted comments, which are unintelligible and illogical?

    John Robert Mallernee on September 18, 2015 at 8:25 pm

Thank you for writing that Deb. I learned long ago not to believe anything in the news media. It is all agenda-driven and something is always deliberately omitted.

Like many people, I thought this was an over-reaction by the school. To hear the news media tell it, Mo was just bringing an assigned science project to school. But my instincts told me, there was more to the story.

I did not know this “science project” claim was an outright lie until just now when I read your article. Given that Mohammed brought this device to school on his own initiative with no request or requirement from a teacher, the incident takes on a much more nefarious nature. The news media didn’t tell us that. You did!

So thank you for the informative article. Take care and keep sluggin’.

Oh… one more thing. I can’t help mentioning this. I see your old “buddy” Ann Coulter really stepped in it recently. Glad you cut that one loose long ago.


There is NO Santa Claus (aka TINSC)

There is NO Santa Claus on September 18, 2015 at 5:14 pm

    @ TINSC, Et Alii:

    Haven’t you ever seen the 1947 Hollywood movie, “MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET”?

    I am Santa Claus.

    Here is the proof:

    In fact, now that Summer is at an end, I’ve recently stopped shaving, so the wee ones won’t be disappointed at Christmas time.

    Just call me Kris.

    I live in an old folks home, where my true identity, Kris Kringle, is a secret.

    I can hardly wait for my annual opportunity to distribute goodies and trinkets to the wee ones, and sing Christmas carols.

    I do “SILENT NIGHT” the way it was done the very first time it was sung, i.e., in German, and accompanied on guitar.

    “No Santa Claus”?


    John Robert Mallernee on September 18, 2015 at 10:01 pm

What all the PRO Mohamad idiots fail to understand two points here, one this kids father IS A TERRORIST supporter. Two this kid IS A RELIGIOUS Muslim. That [being an observant Muslim] combined with being a former native of a terrorist country make little dune coon guilty until proven innocent! I made my first laser At 12, so I encourage young experimenters, but this kid is TIED to terrorism for gods sake!!!

Moses Newmab on September 18, 2015 at 5:19 pm

my father was a drunk he beaT My mum i have to brothers who are married
they dont beat their wives
i thought america doesnt judge people on the base on religion or the sins of there parents
how wrong i was

bec on September 18, 2015 at 5:29 pm

From the pictures i have seen, this device looks like a Snuke. Eric Cartman was right after all to suspect all Muslim students.

Moishe on September 18, 2015 at 6:03 pm

I suspected that there was more to this story than was reported. As Debbie noted, there was no science project that required such a device, which should ring alarm bells. Also, just about anyone would have realized that walking in with such a device into a school would have realized that it could have been seen as a fake or real bomb. Has anyone hear of an I.E.D. or Improvised Explosive Device?

Worry01 on September 18, 2015 at 6:44 pm

Today, the 2 guys in Trump’s town hall who asked him how to deal w/ the Muslim campaign really had it right. Regardless of whether I support Trump or not, I laud him for allowing them to make their point.

Graham, McCain & Hilary were only too happy to suggest that candidates should crack down on people who suggest that Muslims are a problem. And then people wonder why Trump and Carson are at the top of the polls

Infidel on September 18, 2015 at 6:45 pm

One difference b/w Trump and Cruz. I found YouTube clips of Trump stating that there is a Muslim problem. Ted Cruz claims that there is a problem w/ Radical Islam.

You be the judge

Infidel on September 18, 2015 at 6:48 pm

    Trump told CNN: “I love the Muslims.” They’re great people.”

    Uh huh. I mean Europe is closing its borders to them and they don’t think they’re “great people.”

    But Trump does. I guess it means he thinks Ahmed Mohamed is a great guy cause he’s Muslim and we should love him, right?

    What an idiot! Even Bill Maher begs to differ.

    NormanF on September 20, 2015 at 12:54 am

The clock he “made” is a mockup of a briefcase bomb. No mention of this has been made in the MSM, nor did they bother to say that his work is simply a dissembled digital clock. Did they bother to ask him why he brought this to school to begin with? Was it for a science project? The “I just wanted to impress my teacher” line sounds very questionable.

His father is Mohamed Elhassan Mohamed, a Sudanese immigrant. How did they enter the US to begin with?

Ryan on September 18, 2015 at 7:32 pm

    Yes, sure, of course it is. This is just what a bomb looks like. What do you suppose is the stuff actually exploding and generating the blast? All those dangerous looking plastic IC cases, right? On a real bomb the electronics of the timer is small enough to be nearly invisible. It’s completely dwarfed by the battery and power device for the ignitor and then there’s the small matter of somehing actually exploding and doing more damage than a barely audible bang.
    I knew the world was dumbing down, but I didn’t relise it was this bad.

    Axel Berger on September 19, 2015 at 2:00 pm

The device was merely an old clock, taken out of it’s original case, and placed into a small case. There was no engineering to it. -Merely repackaging.
Obviously, quite a feat. Give the kit credit.

westwardwanderer on September 18, 2015 at 7:38 pm

One advantage to being an old man is that I can clearly remember things from the distant past which younger folks don’t even know about.

About umpteen lebbenty gazillion eons ago, prior to the attacks of Tuesday 11 September 2001, there was a gag gift for sale on the open market, advertised in catalogs and/or magazines, which could be purchased at gun shows and/or flea markets.

It was a mock time bomb, composed of two or three fake sticks of dynamite, with a working alarm clock attached.

I think it sold for around forty dollars, or something like that.

Similarly, you could also buy an inert hand grenade, which was marketed as a paperweight for your office desk.

I wish I had bought those items before they became outlawed.

I did have a used M-72 L.A.W. (i.e., “Light Anti-tank Weapon”) shoulder fired rocket launcher, a device which is useless after being fired only once.

The Army got rid of them after one accidentally exploded at Fort Bliss, Texas, killing several soldiers.

I don’t know whatever became of it, for I no longer have it among my personal possessions.

Yes, life in our United States of America used to be a whole lot different than it is now.

John Robert Mallernee on September 18, 2015 at 8:45 pm

Anyone who “stands with Mohamed” might have ended up having their legs blown off their torso and straight across the room.

They don’t care. White guilt/liberalism is a mental disease that diminishes the white person’s instinct for self-preservation.

DS_ROCKS! on September 18, 2015 at 9:19 pm

“But how do we know that he didn’t get instructions from a nefarious someone asking him to test the reaction at his school if he brought a clock that looked like a possible bomb to school?”

That’s a good question, but at the time, we’re not sure for anyone who’s following the story, and it’s yes an unambiguous fact that this kid’s story has been mutable of him saying separable stuff. Now to what was said by Debbie herself, it could’ve been a test of him bringing in a clock to the school’s premises to presumably get some sort of detrimental reaction.

Then again, I know that DS herself, myself and a good number of us aren’t into anecdotal conspiracy-theories of projecting conjectures with no evidence to back up, as I said in the last paragraph, we still do not know why this kid exactly brought the clock on school-grounds, it’s imaginative why the authorities didn’t do any degree of raiding on his parents computer(s), his cellular-phone and/or any supply within their home.

As time progresses, hopefully we’ll all get some more detail of whether or not that this was a “dry-run” as Debbie asked between the paragraphs in the writings?

Sean R. on September 18, 2015 at 11:35 pm

A kid chews a Pop-Tart into a “gun,” and he’s suspended. This kid brings a suspicious suitcase into school and he’s hailed by our man-child President. Am I missing something?

JeffT on September 18, 2015 at 11:44 pm

Anyone who “stands with Ahmed” might have ended up having their legs blown off their torso and straight across the room.

They don’t care. White guilt/liberalism is a mental disease that diminishes the white person’s instinct for self-presrvation.

DS_ROCKS! on September 19, 2015 at 12:50 am

As an electrical engineer, ‘IF’ what was shown in the pictures of the clock are accurate, I see nothing that resembles anything close to anything dangerous much less a bomb. Did this student even refer to it as anything but ‘look what I made’? If the school authorities really believe that what this kid had was somehow dangerous then just why was the school not evacuated and the bomb squad brought in? What is next? someone claiming flashlight batteries are something that is dangerous?

If he was even powering this clock from batteries then there possibly (and a stretch of the imagination at that) that there would have been something that could have been construed as ‘something dangerous’. From what was shown, it was powered by a transformer that had to be plugged into a wall socket and the rest of it was circuitry on a PC board!

It is a shame that our educators are so inept, stupid and paranoid as to freak out on something as benign as this but from the stories I hear about these ‘no tolerance’ ‘educators’, it really does not surprise me. Had the teachers I had in Junior and Senior high school were this paranoid, I would still be in prison from all the creations I dragged to school.

No one thinks twice about the phones, pads, laptops and all the other electronic gadgets that most everyone carries around these days but let some school kid who obviously has an IQ something well above his shoe size and we treat him like some suspect. If this kid was really trying to do something nepharious, I would bet that he would have not been showing it to anyone. So much for respecting someone with some smarts and can think for himself. Just because he is not some ‘think this way only Johnny’, we treat him with contempt. What a shame and a disgrace.

Dave on September 19, 2015 at 1:19 am

    Thank god, there is at least one intelligent American with a real education left over. An acquaintance of mine, an electronics consultant in California is forever complaining about college graduates, who can’t do the slightest bit of soldering to modify a prototype any more. He says it’s impossible to replace many old hands well past retirement age.

    Axel Berger on September 19, 2015 at 2:09 pm

    As an electrical engineer</, you should be aware that a bomb consists of (a) a timer device, such as an alarm clock, and (b) an explosive with primer.

    The published photographs of the “cool clock” (according to fellow shame-less Muslim Barack Hussein Davis-Obama-Soetoro) show that it is a pre-manufactured electronic alarm clock sold for about $15-$20 in many stores. In fact, the circuit board design looks rather dated. Shame-less Ahmed’s “engineering” contribution was exactly ZERO.

    A basic lie that the media continues to run with is that shame-less Ahmed was engaged in a school project. What kind of school project would instruct students to take apart a store-bought clock (with a dangerous mains transformer) and mount the clock with its display INSIDE a case that makes it look like a bomb?

    After being told by the science teacher to keep his “project” quiet, Ahmed deliberately set the alarm time to go off in the middle of English class.

    If you watch videos of interviews with shame-less Ahmed Mohamed, it is clear that he has tried with limited success to memorize words and phrases fed to him by CAIR agitators.

    Guardian Angel on September 20, 2015 at 4:33 pm

F. Axel Berger – Forty years ago we lived in a different world.

Dave – Kids have been suspended for a lot less than that. Yes, the school system may have gone overboard, but ask yourself why.

Gracie on September 19, 2015 at 5:41 am

I would love love love to have a hidden camera in the White House when this kid takes the clock there.

Because I would easily bet my life savings that the Secret Service will give the thing a complete examination to make sure it isn’t a bomb before they let it any where near the President.

Steve G on September 19, 2015 at 7:10 am

I cannot believe how gullible and stupid the American people have become. A Middle Eastern looking kid who has a Dad jet setting to Sudan to run for president makes something that “looks” like a bomb and his school calls him out on it and you morons have a problem with the school?!?!?

Then, to put icing on that cake, our terrorist-in-chief invites him to the White House over this incident?!?!?


I will conclude with a line from our grand puba…
“I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.”

Barry, I think you meant, “lay”, because you sure as hell wont be left standing when THE PEOPLE get done with Islam!

Conservative Mark on September 19, 2015 at 9:43 am

Muslims are indoctrinated since infancy that Islam and its followers will eventually rule the earth. The diktats canonized in their Qur’an very explicitly make that a point and command that is should be accomplished by slaying the Jew and the infidel until the task is accomplished, unbounded by time. Again, this is what Muslims from childhood are taught, believe and expect. The orthodox Muslims that practice it are labeled “terrorists” or some other euphemistic label that lets Islam itself off the hook, when in fact they are carrying out to the letter explicit and very clear religious commands.

Schlussel is in essence precisely correct.

All sub-analysis side-step and obscure the primary issue that Islam itself must be outlawed and eradicated.

From the perspective of Islam, any instance of rational civilized thought must be eradicated. That is because any instance of the “good” acts as a mirror, a standard by which evil can be recognized and called out. Thus the hatred of the good, the hatred of we Jews in particular and of “infidels” in general.

And just because there are 1.8 billion Muslims, that does not make the problem insurmountable but rather simply a larger problem. And thus it needs to dealt with initially in a different fashion.

The first step in dealing with Islam and its followers is to learn about it and then to educate others. And don’t take your education from the followers of Islam but rather from its critics. People will then step back in horror at the realization of what we have in our midst. Islam and its followers will then become marginalized, and that will be the beginning of the end for Islam and its followers.

Phil Lipofsky on September 19, 2015 at 9:48 am

    You are probably right, but this is not about Islam. It’s about a bright young school kid doing an admittedly simple — he himself never claimed otherwise — electronics project and wanting to show it to one of the few people left with enough of an education to even understand it — viz his science teacher. My friends and me could talk to each other, will am American school still have two pupils able to understand basic electronics out of its designer case?

    Axel Berger on September 19, 2015 at 2:14 pm

Enough already. The jig is up for 14 year old Mohammed and the he punked the MSM, Obama, and the leaders of Facebook, Google, Twitter, and MIT. It was an easy con because Trump is certainly right about one thing: America has very stupid leaders. The kid didn’t “invent” the clock and didn’t even put it together. The clock was simply an old Radio Shack Micronta model alarm clock. Mohammed simply opened it up and transplanted the electronics to a pencil box. Both products were probably purchased on eBay.

While the Irvine police played into the hands of the young con artist by putting him in handcuffs, you have to credit to the Islamic con artist. They really are masters of the 4 Ds of Islam: death, destruction, depravity, and deception. And we must applaud the wonderful deception he pulled on the MSM, Obama, and all those so-called business leaders.

Of course, back here in reality, it’s highly unlikely that any budding scientist of any quality will come from Islamic heritage. This isn’t an Islamophobic statement; just a statement of fact. Science and creativity are simply not part of the Islamic experience. That’s why 75% of the Nobel Prizes in science, medicine, and economics are awarded to Christians and Athiests, and the other 25% are awarded to Jews, which is actually a staggering amount when you consider that Jews represent less than 0.2% of the world’s population. In stark contrast, NO Muslim has won a Nobel Prize in those fields in more than a decade even though Muslims represent more than 25% of the world’s population.

Ralph Adamo on September 19, 2015 at 8:19 pm

As I’ve said, you have to credit to the Muslims for punking the Infidels. They fell for the trap and as a consequence, they will reap huge monetary and political rewards from their clever deception. So many people were fooled. The MSM, Obama, the so-called leaders of MIT, Harvard, Facebook, Google, and Twitter got fooled. But that was easy because they are dummies and they WANT to be fooled by Muslims. Others were fooled into believing that the “device” was a bomb. And still others who recognized that the “device” wasn’t a bomb were still fooled just as much as anyone else into thinking that the 14 year old Muslim really “invented” something.

I am happy that I wasn’t fooled by any of this from any angle. I knew the basic principle that I’ve described above that renders it impossible for a Muslim to invent or create anything of potential value to humanity. It’s simply not part of the Islamic “culture.” In fact, service to humanity through science is antithetical to the entire Muslim cult. However, I note that the leaders of Apple and Microsoft did not chime in with the rest of the dupes and dopes from social media and from “higher” education, along with Obama. They were too smart to punked with some 1970s mass produced electronic clock into thinking it was some modern Islamic “miracle” like the MS dopes.

However, now that the word is out that so many were conned, they will just have to hush up this story and hope it goes away quietly. If Trump is smart, he will hop on this, though, and score some political mileage by pointing out how stupid our leaders are.

Ralph Adamo on September 19, 2015 at 10:46 pm

Ahmed’s “project” was supposed to look like a suitcase bomb. He was mocking us. The teacher wanted to teach him a lesson and was petrified as well, so the police were called. Whether or not it was a legitimate project, Ahmed had to be taught a lesson not to bring a project into school that looks like a suitcase bomb. Hence, he was arrested and sent home for three days. No one, not even an angelic looking Muslim should be allowed to bring in a project that looks like a suitcase bomb, and if one does, he or she should be taught a lesson. Obama and the rest of the sickly liberals took away that lesson.

Trumpforpresident on September 20, 2015 at 4:29 am

There’s one name nobody’s mentioning here which explains this entire thing. It’s a group this kid’s father is associated with and who came onto the scene immediately: CAIR Anybody remember the Flying Imams?

Rob on September 20, 2015 at 9:50 am


Would you bet money that President Obama will NOT allow Ahmad to bring his “clock” with him into the White House?

Frank Zavisca on September 20, 2015 at 12:52 pm

You should comment on Ann Coulter’s offensive tweet. It’s much more offensive than this Muslim kid.

Tom on September 20, 2015 at 2:10 pm

    If you followed Debbie’s Twitter feed, you’d see she did.

    What’s the difference between the folks who stand behind Ann Coulter and the folks who stand behind Ahmed Mohamed?

    None that I can see.

    NormanF on September 20, 2015 at 8:28 pm

It was a dry run.

slps on September 20, 2015 at 2:56 pm

This is off-topic, but I wish all the religious Jews on this website, who will be fasting on Yom Kippur, an easy one. May you be inscribed for a good and sweet year.

Miranda Rose Smith on September 21, 2015 at 6:40 am

I thank it was a dry run and the president praised for it come on wake people.

vernon chism on September 21, 2015 at 11:03 am

…the ‘tard is strong here…

lovelydestruction on September 21, 2015 at 2:13 pm

So on Bill Maher’s show Dallas Maverick’s owner Mark Cuban said he called and actually spoke with Ahmed. He said something was not right because when they spoke generally of science the kid was just like any other kid, but when Mark asked him about the incident, Mark could tell his older sister was feeding him the answers. FISHY? I think so. This sounds like it was a way to either test the system or orchestrated to put Ahmed on “the map”. Could have worked for both. When kids are being sent home for chewing a pop-tart into a gun shape, this kid with the suitcase “clock” aka dry run bomb, needs to be sent home too. Thanks to the teachers that reported this to protect all the other kids.

JustMe on September 21, 2015 at 2:34 pm

    I totally agree, this whole thing stinks to high heaven!

    Me On The Righ on September 22, 2015 at 9:36 am

There is a serious problem with muslims in this country. If you ask me, they’re all radical. Closet radicals in their sleeper cells, waiting for the right moment. They have no place in this country, and no right to be here. They’re here for one reason and one reason only: to change our country. I truly believe this kid’s clock project was a dry run, and it played out exactly as they has hoped. Muslim kids in the future, who bring their “inventions” to school will be left alone for fear of this type of backlash. I have a feeling we’re going to start hearing about a lot of school bombings in the near future.

Me On The Righ on September 22, 2015 at 9:34 am

Let’s face it folks the only reason Ahmed Mohamed being gushed over by the presstitutes, going to see the idiot in charge of Google and Facebook and is going to the White Hut to see the O’Clown is because he’s Muslim. We in this country must always bend over and grab our ankles when dealing with the practitioners of the religion of peace. I mean all little Ahmed did was bring what was thought at first to be a science project but that turned out to be a lie. Then they said that it was something to just show his teacher to impress him. Yeah that’s it like the school system was supposed to by that lie. To sum this all up it was a dry run pure and simple. He knew what he was doing bringing what looked like a bomb into school. I’m surprised that the unindicted co-conspirators CAIR hasn’t gotten involved with this yet. Now from what I read it looks like dear old dad has pulled not only Ahmed out of school but his siblings as well. They’re all going to Mecca for a Fall vacation after Ahmed hugs O’Shameless at the White Temple. Just a side note look at all the attention Ahmed has gotten as opposed to the treatment that another teen named CJ Pearson is getting. Not a peep out of the Lame Stream Media (LSM) about this kid’s epic rant about how idiotic our president is by getting involved in this affair while ignoring fallen cops and military personnel. Now for you brain dead liberals that post here if you still don’t know what side Obama is on then you’re either stupid or clueless.

Ken B on September 22, 2015 at 3:28 pm

wow, current jewish privilege is a narcotic. nice to have the GOP establishment fawning over jews. not too long ago, we jews were jailed for our beliefs. and worse. we had plenty of zionist extrmeist terrorists, too. but it was no reason to judge all jews as such. muslims in this country–KIDS–are being bullied and harrasses and threatened…the right wingers like debbie schlussel just cant separate bad extremists from islam itself. shame. her father is rolling in his grave. she is a blight on judaism.

zan tarr on September 23, 2015 at 3:03 pm

    Zan Tarr you sound like a left wing Muslim appologist. Let me ask you a question Sherlock. How about all of the Jewish children that are being harassed, bullied, and beaten up by so-called peaceful Muslims. How do you think they feel? You say that she is a blight on her religion. At least she unlike you has a clue.

    Ken B on September 23, 2015 at 6:31 pm

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