The Muslim mother and uncle who sent their son/nephew to school in France wearing a t-shirt condoning terrorism have been convicted
A mother who sent her three-year-old son named Jihad to nursery school wearing a top bearing the words ‘I am a bomb’ has been convicted of justifying terrorism by a court in France.
Beneath the boy’s name on the back of the jumper was written ‘Born on the 11 September’ - the date of the 9/11 terror attacks on New York’s twin towers, the court heard.
Muslim mum Bouchra Bagour, 35, was reported to police by the boy’s outraged teacher last year and charged with justifying a terrorist act.
The boy’s uncle Zeyad Bagour, 29, who gave the boy the offending top, was also charged with the same offence.
The pair were initially cleared by a lower court in the southern French city of Avignon in April.
But they were both found guilty by a court in Nimes today after prosecutors appealed their acquittal.
Thierry Lagneau, the mayor of the southern French town of Sorgues, said when they were first charged: “We fully support charges being brought against them for provoking hatred and terrorism in one of our schools.
“This was an utterly irresponsible act by people who used a child to belittle a terrible crime and promote a violent political belief of her own.”
Exactly. It's basically child exploitation, and they should have their custody revoked.
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