Keeping Up with the Mohammeds

You remember Ahmed the clockboy. He’s the one who bought a clock, took it out of its case, put it in a box, and took it to school in Irving, TX. He was subsequently arrested, though never charged with bringing a phony bomb to school. Mr. Obama tweeted clockboy an invitation to the White House, even before any details were made public, having been alerted to the horrible, islamophobic events ahead of time.

I mean, why the hub-bub? It’s not as if clockboy chewed a pop-tart into the shape of the state of Florida.

We’ll never know, because the boy’s father, Sudan-born Mohamed Hassan al-Sufi –a publicity hound in the Kardashian mold –became shy and retiring when asked by the school to allow it to release its side of the story. So we’ll never actually know what, if anything, happened. Aside from an Islamic Activist family’s search for fame and fortune.

Cha-ching!, and Mission Accomplished!

Hot on the heels of visiting the President of Sudan  –currently wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) to answer charges of crimes against humanity concerning the unpleasantness in Darfur –little Clockmed has been awarded a full multi-year scholarship to attend school in Qatar. Qatar, of course, has its own human rights problems, what with Sharia Law being the main source for legislation. But clockboy should be safe, as long as he doesn’t write or recite any poetry.

And now the clock boy has been named “American Muslim of the Year” by terrorist group Hamas-linked CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations. Nothing but blue skies from now on!

So goodbye, Clockboy, goodbye. And as they say in Texas, don’t let the door hit you in the ass.


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