The faked, perceived and contrived anti-Muslim hate crimes outnumber the actual crimes. Another hate-crime fizzle from 2017.
Pearland Independent School District officials are disputing claims by the family of a 6-year-old student that a substitute teacher called police on the boy.
The boy’s father, Maher Suleiman alleges in a Fox 26 Houston report that a teacher at C.J. Harris Elementary School called police to report his 6-year-old son as a possible terrorist. Suleiman told the TV station that the child has Down syndrome and does not speak.
Social activist Quanell X told the Pearland Journal on Dec. 4 that his office is looking into the matter on behalf of the Suleiman family, and Child Protective Services representatives confirmed a case has been opened regarding the child.
The story on Suleiman’s claims went viral earlier in the week, with parents weighing in on various Pearland Facebook groups and Twitter commenters worldwide slamming the school district over the allegations.
In a statement released Dec. 5, Pearland ISD spokeswoman Kim Hocott confirmed that a report was made to police regarding the child but said the Suleiman family’s allegations are false.
From the statement:
“It is not true that a substitute teacher made a report of an incident with this child. The substitute teacher was not involved in any way with this report to the police.
“It is not true that this child was in any way adversely affected by any school personnel.
“The reasons for the report to the police are serious and were legally required of the individual making the report – but those reasons cannot be revealed by the school district – without compromising student/family/employee confidentiality laws.
“While we understand the police department may have referred this matter to CPS, we are bound by the same restrictions as are CPS officials with regard to the release of information.”
Pearland ISD Superintendent John Kelly also posted a blog on Dec. 5 blasting media coverage and social media response to various events in the school district, including the incident at C.J. Harris.
“Some social media comments are accurate and supportive. But there are many other comments/critiques that run the gamut from criticism to gossip to blatantly false portrayals of what has happened in each case.
“Obviously this causes confusion – and people naturally want the school district to comment on what is true and what is not. It’s not that simple.”
Hocott said the district’s original response to the allegations was to not provide a comment due to privacy concerns. However, she said the district had since been advised that officials could make statements denying the allegations.
via PEARLAND, Texas (FOX 26)
“In my opinion, based on everything I heard from the police department and speaking with the administration from the school, that this was a story piece milled together by a substitute teacher alleging this child was sexually harassing her, the teacher, and possibly being a terrorist,” said community activist Quanell X. “A 6-year-old kid.”
PS: Muhammad married “A 6-year-old kid.”
What Muslims, with the help of the media, attempted to portray as anti-Muslim discrimination appears to be some sort of sexual harassment by a student – albeit six years old – that the teacher was obliged to report to the school. And the school contacted police.
And about the former police hating, crack-dealing, Nation of Islam, Black Panther leader Quanell X. He helped get at least one other teacher in Texas removed from her job and was the family advocate for a Texas Muslim who killed his daughter & her lesbian lover because the Koran condemns homosexuality.
From a much longer profile:
According to HoustonPress.com, the boy’s parents “wanted to name him after the Muslim holy book—the Qur’an, as the Nation [of Islam] spells it. [But] religion forbade that, so they dropped the ‘r’ and called him Quanell.”
On October 16, 1995, Quanell attended Louis Farrakhan’s Million Man March in Washington, DC. In an interview with CNN broadcaster Bernard Shaw, Quanell warned viewers that black America was fully prepared to resort to violence as a means of addressing racial injustices. He drew national attention when he was quoted thusly in the Chicago Tribune the following day:
- “I say to Jewish America: Get ready … knuckle up, put your boots on, because we’re ready and the war is going down.”
- “All you Jews can go straight to hell.”
Yet the media still listen to people like him.