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(Washington Post)   Maximum trolling: not only naming your Sept. 11 baby "Jihad," but sending him to pre-school in a t-shirt that says "I am a bomb"   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 105
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2013-03-24 12:16:39 AM
Only in America can you get away with all of that
 
2013-03-24 12:23:47 AM
I find that funny
 
2013-03-24 12:36:17 AM

cman: Only in America can you get away with all of that


Are you serious? If children in U.S. are getting in trouble for biting a toaster pastry in what appears to be a gun or for drawing a picture of a gun, what makes you think an American school wouldn't go all zero tolerance on the kid? They wouldn't even take into consideration that he's only 3-years old.
 
2013-03-24 12:45:05 AM

Bathia_Mapes: cman: Only in America can you get away with all of that

Are you serious? If children in U.S. are getting in trouble for biting a toaster pastry in what appears to be a gun or for drawing a picture of a gun, what makes you think an American school wouldn't go all zero tolerance on the kid? They wouldn't even take into consideration that he's only 3-years old.


Maybe you are right. However I am sure as hell right when it comes to the naming of your child part
 
2013-03-24 12:54:02 AM
French mother on trial for son Jihad's T-shirt

cman: Only in America can you get away with all of that

 
2013-03-24 12:54:25 AM

propasaurus: French mother on trial for son Jihad's T-shirt

cman: Only in America can you get away with all of that


That was my point
 
2013-03-24 01:06:32 AM
Told of the indignation produced by Jihad's shirt, the single mother, who works as a secretary, apologized for causing trouble and said she had no intention of conveying a political message via her toddler.

I don't buy this, because no matter how stupid a 35 year-old single mother you are, you know this:

"I am a bomb," the shirt said on the front. The back read, "Jihad Born Sept. 11."

Isn't the kind of t-shirt you put on a three year-old if you don't have any intention of conveying a political message.  The kid doesn't know any better, but if the parent claims they don't, that's asinine.
 
2013-03-24 01:12:21 AM
sartechnology.ca
Here's Daddy, changing little Jihad's diaper
 
2013-03-24 01:14:33 AM
ha! same age as my 9/11 baby......which will mean about as much when he's my age as my friend from elementary school born on the 'day of infamy' december 7
 
2013-03-24 01:15:24 AM
Poor kid has a farkin' moron for an egg donor.
 
2013-03-24 01:15:58 AM
[to jihad] your momma's so dumb, they slapped her when you were born.
 
2013-03-24 01:16:12 AM
Yeah, I would probably send the boy home.
 
2013-03-24 01:20:45 AM
I am THE bomb. The party has arrived.

/srsly France?
 
2013-03-24 01:23:58 AM
The kid's picture on the other hand, is hilarious.

media.rtl.fr
 
2013-03-24 01:24:03 AM
Thanks, Obama!
 
2013-03-24 01:24:15 AM

Bathia_Mapes: Are you serious? If children in U.S. are getting in trouble for biting a toaster pastry in what appears to be a gun or for drawing a picture of a gun, what makes you think an American school wouldn't go all zero tolerance on the kid? They wouldn't even take into consideration that he's only 3-years old.


Preschools tend to be privatized.
 
2013-03-24 01:25:36 AM
Ok.  I'm the biggest D-A-D fan I know, but I still wouldn't name my child after the second track of their "No Fuel Left for the Pilgrims" album.
I would have named him ZCMI.
 
Ral
2013-03-24 01:26:00 AM

Bathia_Mapes: cman: Only in America can you get away with all of that

Are you serious? If children in U.S. are getting in trouble for biting a toaster pastry in what appears to be a gun or for drawing a picture of a gun, what makes you think an American school wouldn't go all zero tolerance on the kid? They wouldn't even take into consideration that he's only 3-years old.


Because terrorist speech is okay, and being pro-gun is not.  You need to remember that zero tolerance rules are only enforced to stamp out the stuff that the ruling elite don't like.  It has nothing to do with safety.  It's about control and promoting "correct" ideas.
 
2013-03-24 01:26:21 AM
Ceci n'est pas une bombe
 
2013-03-24 01:27:37 AM

Lsherm: Told of the indignation produced by Jihad's shirt, the single mother, who works as a secretary, apologized for causing trouble and said she had no intention of conveying a political message via her toddler.

I don't buy this, because no matter how stupid a 35 year-old single mother you are, you know this:

"I am a bomb," the shirt said on the front. The back read, "Jihad Born Sept. 11."

Isn't the kind of t-shirt you put on a three year-old if you don't have any intention of conveying a political message.  The kid doesn't know any better, but if the parent claims they don't, that's asinine.


Particularly given that the mother and the uncle (who bought the shirt) were born in Morocco, not France. Morocco is a Northwest African nation whose main religion is Islam and whose primary language (and official language) is Arabic. I call bullshiat on the mom's and uncle's claims. No one in their thirties--and no one from an Arabic-speaking nation whose main religion is Islam claims not to know they're causing a stir and not to intend to do so by naming a child born on September 11 "Jihad" and putting the child in a t-shirt that states he is an explosive device.
 
2013-03-24 01:27:53 AM
Farking coont.

Told of the indignation produced by Jihad's shirt, the single mother, who works as a secretary, apologized for causing trouble and said she had no intention of conveying a political message via her toddler.

Sorry.   Stupid, farking coont.
 
2013-03-24 01:29:36 AM
www.mobygames.com

/For great justice!
 
2013-03-24 01:30:02 AM
political grandstanding by the authorities and stupidity on the part of the mother and uncle. the mayor should be cock punched just because. ok and the DA too.

and the french en mass for that stupid all purpose crime thing "apology for crime,"  great jesus that would never pass here even on 9/2/2001.

be nice if we could apply it to pam geller though.
 
2013-03-24 01:35:36 AM
Whats their Fark handle?
 
2013-03-24 01:36:37 AM
Who cares, ?   dumb's will be dum's until some generic hiccup brings them into modem world...
 
2013-03-24 01:40:55 AM
just the title made me sick
 
2013-03-24 01:43:00 AM
So....are we all in agreement that the French have surrendered to their fear of this young child?
 
2013-03-24 01:43:34 AM
I named my baby Obamacare and make him wear a onesie that says "I am a death panel."
 
2013-03-24 01:44:15 AM

Lsherm: Told of the indignation produced by Jihad's shirt, the single mother, who works as a secretary, apologized for causing trouble and said she had no intention of conveying a political message via her toddler.

I don't buy this, because no matter how stupid a 35 year-old single mother you are, you know this:

"I am a bomb," the shirt said on the front. The back read, "Jihad Born Sept. 11."

Isn't the kind of t-shirt you put on a three year-old if you don't have any intention of conveying a political message.  The kid doesn't know any better, but if the parent claims they don't, that's asinine.


Yeah - I came to say the same thing. In fact, I copied the exact same sentence FTA.

She knew what she was doing when she named her kid. Should it be allowed as free speech? Well, probably except schools often have regulations about wearing disruptive messages on clothing and that's alright.

If someone thinks they can do this and NOT be scrutinized by authorities they've got another thing coming.
 
2013-03-24 01:47:01 AM

jaytkay: Thanks Merci, Obama!


FTFY
 
2013-03-24 01:47:02 AM
Jihad will grow up to learn school yard jokes:


yo mama so dumb, she uses a VCR for an IED remote

Yo mama so fat she broker he leg and jihad poured out

yo mama so fat, I yelled "OH YEAH" and she came crashin through the wall with a bombjacket


/too soon?
 
2013-03-24 01:48:50 AM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-03-24 01:50:45 AM
baby is entitled to wear what it wants. you try wearing clothes that small. sucks.
 
2013-03-24 01:54:36 AM
My husband and I were gay married in 2011.

We parade around with our adopted Chinese daughter. All three of us wear pink t-shirts with the words "cock slave" imprinted.

/ None of that is true, but let me know when FOX News reports it
// TIA!
 
2013-03-24 02:01:07 AM

Curious: and the french en mass for that stupid all purpose crime thing "apology for crime,"  great jesus that would never pass here even on 9/2/2001.



The US is rather unique in having near absolute freedom of speech. Many Europeans I've spoken to on the issue really can't comprehend why we are so fiercely protective of freedom of speech, they feel that the common right to happiness should outweigh an individuals right to cause offense.

Of course I completely disagree with that attitude, but it does give a lot of insight into why their citizens support such draconian laws against individual rights.
 
2013-03-24 02:06:20 AM

Ryker's Peninsula: Ok.  I'm the biggest D-A-D fan I know, but I still wouldn't name my child after the second track of their "No Fuel Left for the Pilgrims" album.
I would have named him ZCMI.


or Ill Will
 
2013-03-24 02:06:42 AM

JerkyMeat: I find that funny

 
2013-03-24 02:13:16 AM

Curious: political grandstanding by the authorities and stupidity on the part of the mother and uncle. the mayor should be cock punched just because. ok and the DA too.


Who would have the role similar to an American District Attorney in France?
 
2013-03-24 02:25:44 AM
France is so farked.
I hope a get a chance to visit it while French people are still living there.
 
2013-03-24 02:33:01 AM

brian7dog: Ryker's Peninsula: Ok.  I'm the biggest D-A-D fan I know, but I still wouldn't name my child after the second track of their "No Fuel Left for the Pilgrims" album.
I would have named him ZCMI.

or Ill Will


Wheaton!
 
2013-03-24 02:33:11 AM

Happy Hours: Lsherm: Told of the indignation produced by Jihad's shirt, the single mother, who works as a secretary, apologized for causing trouble and said she had no intention of conveying a political message via her toddler.

I don't buy this, because no matter how stupid a 35 year-old single mother you are, you know this:

"I am a bomb," the shirt said on the front. The back read, "Jihad Born Sept. 11."

Isn't the kind of t-shirt you put on a three year-old if you don't have any intention of conveying a political message.  The kid doesn't know any better, but if the parent claims they don't, that's asinine.

Yeah - I came to say the same thing. In fact, I copied the exact same sentence FTA.

She knew what she was doing when she named her kid. Should it be allowed as free speech? Well, probably except schools often have regulations about wearing disruptive messages on clothing and that's alright.

If someone thinks they can do this and NOT be scrutinized by authorities they've got another thing coming.


I also came to call bullshiat on her ignorance.
 
2013-03-24 02:42:00 AM
How tacky.  Should have just named the kid Aeyamabom
 
2013-03-24 02:48:27 AM
I'm sure there's a Corsican Brothers counting to potato joke in there somewhere...
 
2013-03-24 02:50:31 AM
For crying out loud, the ignorance in this thread is astounding.  I'm just a nobody from Texas, but even I know that "Jihad" is a perfectly normal name for Muslim men.  Don't believe me?  Look it up!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jihad_%28disambiguation%29

 For the ignorant who are also too lazy to click the link, here's a list of people named Jihad who are famous enough to hav etheir own Wikipedia pages.


Jihad Azour, Lebanese (Christian) Minister of Finance
Jihad Ballout, Communications Director of Al Arabiya
Jihad Harik (born 1960), Lebanese American television actor
Jihad Helwi (born 1985), Lebanese football player
Jihad Ahmed Jibril (1961-2002), assassinated son of Ahmed Jibril, founder of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine - General Command
Jihad Khodr (born 1983), Brazilian professional surfer
Jihad Makdissi, Foreign ministry spokesman of the Syrian government from 1998 to 2012
Mohammad Jihad al-Laham, Syrian speaker of parliament

The only terrorists mentioned in that article are the pre-school teacher, the mayor, and the prosecutor who have nothing better to do than use their own ignorance and fear to try and justify destroying the lives and innocent people!
 
2013-03-24 03:02:55 AM
I submitted this months ago with a better headline.

/hey, my first time saying it, ok?
 
2013-03-24 03:16:28 AM

Ral: Because terrorist speech is okay, and being pro-gun is not.  You need to remember that zero tolerance rules are only enforced to stamp out the stuff that the ruling elite don't like.  It has nothing to do with safety.  It's about control and promoting "correct" ideas.


I'll give you a 6/10, mostly because you used good sentence structure.  Bad grammar and excessive (or no) are usually tip-offs.  Also "ruling elite" was pretty rich.
 
2013-03-24 03:19:51 AM

Moriel:  For the ignorant who are also too lazy to click the link, here's a list of people named Jihad who are famous enough to hav etheir own Wikipedia pages.


Jihad Azour, Lebanese (Christian) Minister of Finance
Jihad Ballout, Communications Director of Al Arabiya
Jihad Harik (born 1960), Lebanese American television actor
Jihad Helwi (born 1985), Lebanese football player
Jihad Ahmed Jibril (1961-2002), assassinated son of Ahmed Jibril, founder of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine - General Command
Jihad Khodr (born 1983), Brazilian professional surfer
Jihad Makdissi, Foreign ministry spokesman of the Syrian government from 1998 to 2012
Mohammad Jihad al-Laham, Syrian speaker of parliament

The only terrorists mentioned in that article are the pre-school teacher, the mayor, and the prosecutor who have nothing better to do than use their own ignorance and fear to try and justify destroying the lives and innocent people!



It's like that one time I greeted my friend Jack when I saw he was on the same flight as me.
 
2013-03-24 03:22:24 AM
I think I'll move to Phoenix and change my name to Haboob Jihad.
 
2013-03-24 03:26:15 AM
Wow. That's hillarious.

I salute you, Miss. It takes TRUE dedication to have a crotch dropping only to troll the world at large.
 
2013-03-24 03:36:00 AM

Moriel: For crying out loud, the ignorance in this thread is astounding.  I'm just a nobody from Texas, but even I know that "Jihad" is a perfectly normal name for Muslim men.  Don't believe me?  Look it up!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jihad_%28disambiguation%29

 For the ignorant who are also too lazy to click the link, here's a list of people named Jihad who are famous enough to hav etheir own Wikipedia pages.


Jihad Azour, Lebanese (Christian) Minister of Finance
Jihad Ballout, Communications Director of Al Arabiya
Jihad Harik (born 1960), Lebanese American television actor
Jihad Helwi (born 1985), Lebanese football player
Jihad Ahmed Jibril (1961-2002), assassinated son of Ahmed Jibril, founder of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine - General Command
Jihad Khodr (born 1983), Brazilian professional surfer
Jihad Makdissi, Foreign ministry spokesman of the Syrian government from 1998 to 2012
Mohammad Jihad al-Laham, Syrian speaker of parliament

The only terrorists mentioned in that article are the pre-school teacher, the mayor, and the prosecutor who have nothing better to do than use their own ignorance and fear to try and justify destroying the lives and innocent people!


Yes, we know. Jihad just means "struggle" or something like that and we all struggle with things at times. That said, it has taken on a very bad connotation especially in the western world.

Naming your kid "Jihad" might still be okay, but giving him a t-shirt that says he is a bomb and bragging about being born on 9/11? No, that's not okay.
 
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