Monday, March 11, 2013

French Muslim mother in court after sending three-year-old son named 'Jihad' to school in a T-shirt saying 'I am a bomb'

Muslim hate at work again.  Despite her shallow denials, she was obviously glorifying the attacks on America of 9/11/2001

A French mother has appeared in court after sending her three-year-old son named Jihad to school in a T-shirt saying 'I am a bomb.'

Bouchra Bagour, 35, insisted she had put it on him 'without stopping to think about it' when he wore it to the nursery in Sorgues near Avignon on 24 September.

Bagour is charged with 'glorifying crime.'

Teachers and the headteacher were shocked by the clothing and alerted authorities.

At the start of her trial in Avignon, she denied defending terrorism through the T-shirt message.  'I thought it might make people laugh,' she said, according to Le Parisien.

The expression plays on the popular French saying 'Je suis la bombe', which translates roughly as 'I am the best'.

The back of the T-shirt read 'Born on 11 September,' but Bagour insisted it was only a reference to her son's date of birth.



Anonymous said...

The only real question here is, who should be hanged, the mother, the son, or the entire socialist (and quite irrelevant) French society?

All of the above you say? Good choice!

Anonymous said...

Probably was a pathetic joke that the muslim mom was too dumb to foresee the consequences, not least for her young son!

Anonymous said...

... much like those back-firing joking remarks at airports (pun not intended)!

Anonymous said...

All those who care about the principles that underly this website should be supporting the mother and lambasting the French.
As stupid and offensive as the t-shirt may be, it is clearly speech - and political (possibly religious) speech at that and deserves to be defended.
You either support the principle of free speech or you don't. Denying it to those you disagree with makes you no better than those you regularly attack.