From France, here's the story
of a Muslim mother - not one who wore a hijab, but still quite a disgusting color of character - who named her son "Jihad" and sent him to school with a t-shirt saying "I am a bomb" on it:
THE mother and uncle of a three-year-old boy named Jihad appeared in a French court for sending him to school in a top bearing the words "I am a bomb".
The long-sleeved T-shirt also had the words "Jihad, born on September 11" emblazoned on the back when he turned up at his nursery school in the southern town of Sorgues near Avignon on September 25.
His mother and uncle are charged with condoning a crime over the alleged reference to the 9/11 attacks on New York and Washington in 2001. The uncle bought the top and the mother dressed her son in it when she sent him to school that day. [...]
The mother was astonished at the reaction to her son's top and at the proportions the affair had taken on, they added.
No, she wasn't. She's just pretending a la taqqiya. What she did was stark contempt for the victims in the WTC, and I think she and the uncle know perfectly well just how abominably they're raising the son. If I were a relative of one of the victims or part of the movements representing the families of the victims, I'd want to go there and give that monsterette a piece of my mind. She owes an apology to many Americans for how she's acting.
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