Update to: Dearborn Students Wear Shirts Glorifying 911

Here is an update to the “Dearborn Students Wear Shirts Glorifying 911~Video” story.

Besides what is mentioned in the article below, I called this school today. I asked them if the students were at least suspended for their atrocious behavior. They asked if I was a parent of a student at the school. When I responded no, the woman said that she could not disclose that information. She asked that if I was a parent of one of the students would I want that information made public? I responded that since the issue made the public, and do to the serious nature of the issue and the worldwide threat of Islamic terrorism, the public does have a right to know. She then hung up. I bet that it is safe to say that she did not want to hear a word about Islam. Unfortunately far too many people wish to remain purposely blind to this threat.

Edsel Ford student apologizes for Twin Towers sweatshirt during well-attended meeting
By Jonathan Oosting
January 06, 2010

Between 250 and 300 parents, students and concerned citizens turned out for a meeting Tuesday night at Edsel Ford High School in Dearborn to discuss controversial sweatshirts worn to school Monday by several Arab-American students, according to various media reports.

In an apparent reference to the Sept. 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center, the sweatshirt read, “You can’t bring us down” below an image of the school’s thunderbird mascot flying near a windowed number 11 (as in class of 2011).

Wadhah Almadhagi, one of the students who helped design the sweatshirts, last night apologized for his actions.

“I was foolish to do it and I’m very sorry,” Almadhagi said, per WDIV. “I can promise that as long as I’m in Edsel Ford I’ll do my best to ensure something like this, as foolish and naive as this, will never happen again.”

While the sweatshirts were inappropriate and in poor taste, district spokesman David Mustonen told parents the students intended the sweatshirts as an act of class pride.

“Kids not thinking, not realizing the consequences of something they thought was pretty innocent,” Mustonen said, per the Free Press. “Their thought was, ‘You can’t bring us down. We’re the class of 2011.’ “

Mr. Mustonen, that explanation does not make much sense. The eagle is the school mascot. So why would their own mascot, be crashing into them? Those kids knew what they were doing when they made those shirts. Smarten up.

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11 comments for “Update to: Dearborn Students Wear Shirts Glorifying 911

  1. Emily
    January 6, 2010 at 8:46 pm

    It's fifteen really, really stupid little kids. I go to Edsel Ford. Forty to fifty percent of the student population in any given year is Islamic and most of them are really nice and polite, often better behaved than Christian students.

    • January 7, 2010 at 2:55 am

      CAIR is nice and polite and they do not have the best interests on America at heart. They were smart enough to act innocent, when they were not.

      Muslims move in and then takeover, this is already happening in Dearborn. Muslim immigration is the Trojan Horse to America, and if it is not ended we will eventually lose. As they will never stop pushing.

  2. sdfsdfe4
    January 6, 2010 at 3:06 pm

    congrats tards like you managed to make a mountain out of a little pile of shit

    how do you feel

    • January 6, 2010 at 10:26 pm

      Funny, but other students and the 100's of people that turned out for this conference seem to disagree with you. You see not everyone has their head buried in the sand on this issue. Congrats!

    • Tony
      January 8, 2010 at 1:44 pm

      Speaking of "little pile of shit", you are one.

  3. Winged Hussar 1683
    January 7, 2010 at 1:54 am

    I am not sure the shirt glorifies 9/11, even though I think it is in very poor taste. It shows what looks like an attack on the Twin Towers but adds, "You can't bring us down," which could be interpreted as "terrorists can't bring us down [despite what they did on 9/11]." If this was the intent, though, the design conveys it very poorly, and it is hard to see why they would use the school mascot in the indicated context.

  4. January 7, 2010 at 1:58 am

    It is hard to understand why the eagle is flying into the towers. It could also mean that the West will not bring Muslims down and they can strike again.

    Happy New Year to you and your family!

  5. Ben
    January 7, 2010 at 9:13 am

    I interpret it as an intentional double entendre. On the surface, it is a statement of class pride, but the style of the digits, emulating the towers, makes the subtext an expression of Muslim arrogance & contumacy.

    I suspect that the logo was created with the intention of provoking your reaction so that they can set themselves up in the role of innocent victims of racism and paranoia.

    In my view, they marked themselves as rattlesnakes, who should be watched very carefully in the future, not to be trusted.

    • January 7, 2010 at 6:41 pm

      I think you have stated it the best!

    • Tony
      January 8, 2010 at 1:43 pm

      Ben,

      I agree wholeheartedly with you. These kids (or their parents) believed they were being very clever with their subliminal message. I'm just glad so many other students and parents caught their jihadist message of hate and did something about it.

    • JEFF
      January 8, 2010 at 11:03 pm

      you cant trust any of these islamic swine.the usa need to stop bringing these vermin into the country and get rid of the ones that are living there now……..

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