By Northernscot-Normally giving a baby boy a name is straight forward. Parents sit down, review list of names and come to a decision.
But for one Islamic mother in France, there was no question to what name she would give her child, born on the day of the Muslim terrorist attack on the twin towers.
They boy was given the name Jihad.
But the controversy doesn’t end there readers. Because little Jihad was given a new T-shirt to wear to his infidel Kindergarten near Avignon.
No, not Bob the builder or Mickey Mouse appeared on Jihad’s T-shirt, but on the front of the garment, the inscription read “I am a bomb” and on the back “Jihad born September 11.”
The director of the school was alerted to the unsavoury message on Jihad’s T-shirt and a polo shirt was given to him to cover up the disgusting message, whilst he remained at school that day.
When his mother came to pick him up after school she was confronted by a teacher who asked for an explanation.
It is reported by a witness at the scene that the mother mumbled that it was a provocation!
The mother has been warned that any further episodes like the little stunt that Jihad had to do, would mean the boy would no longer be able to attend the school.
The boy’s mother, according to reports, will have to attend a French correctional court in Avignon on December the 19th. She has been charged with “apology for crime.”
Following an investigation by the prosecutor in Avignon.
The town’s Mayor alerted the prosecutor’s office as he felt that the child was being used by the parent for a political stunt, and saying that it was an incident that incited hatred and terrorism.
The mother, divorced will be accompanied to court by the Uncle who gave little Jihad the T-shirt.
We have to wonder, why they don’t kick the mother out of France back to an Islamic country of her choice, where little Jihad could wear his T-shirt in peace.
She certainly does not seem to like our Western values.
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