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Clock bomb kid going to the white house!

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You know why this story from Irving Texas is making national headlines don't you? It plays into the Islamic agenda.


Irving City Council backs state bill Muslims say targets them

The intense national spotlight on Islam has shifted to Irving, where Mayor Beth Van Duyne has accused mosque leaders of creating separate laws for Muslims and the City Council voted Thursday to endorse a state bill that Muslims say targets their faith.



The media frenzy was touched off by reports that an Islamic tribunal was being set up in the Dallas, Texas, area. A group of imams from surrounding mosques would sit on what they call a “mediation panel,” as defacto judges, and mediate disputes between Muslims who voluntarily submit to its edicts. They denied this was a Shariah court, saying the panel would mete out nonbinding decisions in business disputes, divorces and other family matters “in full accordance with the law.”

Van Duyne wrote a blistering Facebook post last month in which she vowed to “fight with every fiber of my being against this action.”

She worked with state legislators to craft a bill that would declare it illegal for any U.S. court to adopt any foreign legal system for the basis of its rulings. Islam was not mentioned in the bill, nor was any religion.

Last Thursday the Irving City Council voted 5-4 to endorse the bill before a packed room full of mostly angry Muslims.




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I think Obama should send the clock kid money so he can attend a Private Islamic school in Irving where he wont be misunderstood and can build all the clocks he wants to.

It will only cost 4,775 per year for the Private Islamic school. Irving ISD spends way more than that per student in public school  now.

Irving Independent School District spends $7986 per year per student.



Founded in 1996 The Islamic School of Irving is a preparatory school that serves a diverse, multi-cultural community in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex

The Islamic School of Irving provides a unique, individualized, accelerated educational program that is shaped by Islamic values and which prepares students for higher learning, leadership, service, and community builders.

ISI was founded on and continues to embody:

• Spiritual growth and faith development

• Academic excellence in an innovative and creative environment

• Formation in a positive and nurturing environment

• Commitment to community building and community service

• Appreciation of individual uniqueness and value




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My question is what did this "invention" do? If it was already a functioning clock, what did rearranging it improve, or turn it into?  Did it make it more efficient, take less electrical energy to run via rerouting through different components or such? Did the rearranging cause it to become instead of a typical clock into a timer? Come on, let's hear the science.


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The incident created a storm on social media, with #IStandWithAhmed trending on Twitter. Hillary Clinton tweeted support, and technology and engineering giants also chimed in.

"Having the skill and ambition to build something cool should lead to applause, not arrest," Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg posted on his Facebook page. "The future belongs to people like Ahmed. Ahmed, if you ever want to come by Facebook, I'd love to meet you. Keep building."

NASA geologist Fred Calef tweeted: "Anytime you wanna see Mars rovers Ahmed, let me know. #IStandWithAhmed"

The travel website CheapAir.com said it was offering Ahmed a free flight to visit the "NASA center of his choice."

The White House has invited Ahmed to Astronomy Night at the White House next month, an event that connects students with government scientists and NASA astronauts.


How is this thing the coolest invention since sliced bread? What does it have to do with astrophysics or astronomy? Is NASA gonna use it on the next fake rocket launch as a timer? This is a rising star in America?  Maybe in some shithole country.....

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The spin should be more than obvious to us all at this point. Where attention goes, energy flows. And they keep us focused on the things they want us to think about and give opinions instead of just the facts.

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sorry everyone! im always working so i hardly get a chance to reply to anything. just wanted to share.

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Ahmed, after finishing up another interview in the backyard, recalled his emotions as he was handcuffed at Irving MacArthur High School and removed from campus.

“I was really mad,” Ahmed said as looked at at a much-retweeted photo of himself in handcuffs. “I was like, ‘Why am I here?’”

A Council on American Islamic Relations representative then hustled Ahmed and his family off to talk to a lawyer.

After they left, Ahmed’s grandmother, Aisha Musa, lay on a bed in the dining room, resting her feet. She had immigrated from Sudan with the rest of the family years ago.

She doesn’t speak English or know her exact age, but her granddaughters translated her take on her grandson’s celebrity: “I want my son’s son to grow old and have a good job. I thank God there’s nothing people can say but [that] we are good people.”



Im sorry....Granny is sleeping on a bed in the dining room, cant speak English and doesn't know how old she is? Thank God her grandson has a  bright future as a clock maker in America. Maybe when the family gets done suing the Irving School District they will have enough money to buy a house where granny can have her own room.



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In this hit piece they claim the letter from the principal was awful because he only addressed the safety concerns and the code of conduct.

Gee, isn't that why you can't bring toy guns, fake dynamite or anything that might be construed as an explosive device to school? I'd love to see the kid try and get the thing through the TSA airport detector. Too much profiling?? :laugh:


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