North Carolina: “No evidence” that teacher assaulted Muslim kindergartener

Muslims faked another hate crime.

Muslims and terror-linked CAIR are going after the most vulnerable in American society – our youth. In this case – FIVE-YEAR OLDS and their teacher! They don’t care if there is evidence, the mere fact it made the news and the District Attorney was called in are enough to silence and submit the North Carolina elementary school. This is the second Muslim in a North Carolina elementary school in as many months to wage the fake hate jihad on Americans.

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h/t Jihad Watch who asks:

Will the FBI or the establishment propaganda media ever pause to ponder the implications of the fact that so many “anti-Muslim hate crimes” turn out to have been faked by Muslims themselves?

Source: Teacher cleared of assault allegations | WCNC.com

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A local elementary school teacher has been cleared of wrongdoing following allegations of religious-based mistreatment of a student.

Celeste Spears-Ellis, the principal of David Cox Road Elementary School, said in a letter home to parents Friday that the teacher, identified only as Ms. Simpson, will be returning to the classroom after a thorough investigation found the claims to be unfounded.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) alleged a Muslim kindergarten student was harassed and assaulted by his teacher, Ms. Simpson.

Just before Thanksgiving, CAIR sent a letter to North Carolina State Board of Education’s superintendent saying the 5-year-old was subjected to relentless bullying and harassment by both his classmates and teacher.

Examples listed in the letter included the teacher making the kindergarten student wear a heavy backpack throughout the day, repeatedly called him a “bad Muslim boy,” bullying by fellow students and harsh treatment.

The Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Office reviewed the findings of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Investigation and concluded that “there is no evidence of an assault other than the complainant’s report.”


The sooner Americans come to terms with the fact that Islam is here to conquer America, the sooner they will demand that Muslims be banned from emigrating to the U.S. 1,400 years of history are evidence enough that it won’t end peacefully for one side.

Kansas City and North Carolina mosques: Muslims can’t participate in Christmas with KUFFAAR

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A week late, but reader’s are discovering the blatant disregard Muslims right here in America have for non-Muslim Americans. The latest example is a Kansas City mosque’s tweet below:

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The Kansas City mosque linked to a Durham, North Carolina mosque that uses the Arabic term kuffarr – which has numerous spellings but is almost always used in a derogatory manner to describe non-Muslims (even the dhimmis who aid and abet Muslim supremacists).

via Masjid Tawheed wa Sunnah Durham, NC –please (download) if audio files cut off–

The Ruling on Participating in Christmas by: Shaykh Ibn Baaz

Source: The Ruling on Participating in Christmas by: Shaykh Ibn Baaz – Masjid Tawheed wa Sunnah

PARTICIPATING IN CHRISTMAS WITH THE KUFFAAR
Shaykh ‘Abdul-‘Azeez ibn Baaz
Question:
Our brother says: He notices that some of the Muslims participate along with the Christians in the Festival of the Birth, or Christmas as they call it; he hopes for some guidance regarding that.

Answer:
It is not permissible for the Muslim male or female to participate with the Christians, the Jews, or other than them from the disbelievers in their holidays. Rather, it is obligatory to abandon that.


This isn’t an anomaly among mosques in the U.S., this is Islamic doctrine. And it’s not just Christmas but any non-Muslim holiday or festivity.

Update: These U.S. mosques are perfectly aligned with Islamic State: “To celebrate New Year’s Eve with the kuffar is to embrace their idolatry”. How so? Because All Muslims Share the Same Islam.


PS: The last we posted on the same Kansas City mosque they were tweeting this:

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North Carolina: Public High School Teaching Islam, Koran…in English Class

Source: Mom objects to Quran in English literature lesson | The Wilson Times

By Kelsey PadgettTimes Staff Writer

Two Beddingfield High School students were removed from their English class by their parents last week after they brought home lessons studying the Islamic religious text the Quran.

The text was referenced in a world culture lesson being taught in Lynn Joyner’s 10th-grade English class.

Over the course of the lesson, students learn about elements of Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, polytheism and Islam.

Juli Williams said her daughter is a student in Joyner’s English class, and she was outraged when she saw what her daughter was studying.

“The Quran is not a story,” Williams said. “It is a bible. With as much literature as there is out there, whatever they are trying to teach could be taught using another book.”

The English class was using a county-issued world literature textbook, “World Masterpieces,” that has been approved by the state for 10th-graders.

Wilson County school board policy says public schools are not required to delete religion from curriculum that may offend religious sensitivity if it prevents students from receiving a complete education, such as studying music without mention of sacred music or architecture without cathedrals.

According to Wilson County Schools spokeswoman Amber Lynch, the religious texts are part of the state’s curriculum and as long as school board policy is followed, WCS is in support of teaching informative lessons on different religions and their texts.

Williams said she has five daughters, all who have been enrolled in North Carolina public schools, and she has never seen them work on homework concerning Islam or the Quran.

“This is an English class, not a religion class,” Williams said. “I feel like they are indoctrinating our children without our knowledge.”

She said she often checks to make sure her daughter is doing her homework in a timely manner and is making good grades, but has never felt that she needed to monitor what she was being taught.

“I feel like we, as parents, were tricked,” she said. “This lesson was snuck in without us knowing.”

Williams said because she does not have control over how religion is being taught in schools, she would like her daughter’s religious education to be handled at home in the future.

“The Bible needs to be taught at home or in church, not in a public school classroom,” Williams said.

Lynch said the school will be offering alternate assignments for students and parents who are uncomfortable with the world religion assignments. She said in the past 10 years the lesson has been taught, no other students have requested an alternate assignment.

“Ms. Joyner is a respected and valued teacher at Beddingfield High,” Lynch said. “Just like educators across our district, she has taught informative lessons on different religions for many years because it is a part of the state’s curriculum in literature and history classes. Ms. Joyner followed the guidelines in Board policy. We stand behind her teaching practices. But at the same time, we also value and respect the feelings of our students and their families. Ms. Joyner cares about her students and wants what is best for them. She is willing to offer alternate assignments to any student who is not comfortable with assignments related to religious excerpts. This is a standard practice in our district. We encourage parents who have concerns to reach out to the teacher and principal first before taking other action.”

Students not taking part in the Quran lesson were moved to the school’s library last week to work on other assignments.



Ten years of Islamic indoctrination and not one parent said a word? Parents in other North Carolina counties, Pitt and Union, exposed the Islamic indoctrination in those school districts.

Could that in part explain why North Carolina has produced so many Muslim terrorists

Some Wilson County School contacts here and the Board of Education.

 

North Carolina: Muslim convert pleads guilty in jihad plot to kill 1,000 Americans

As noted previously:

Sullivan told him [undercover agent] he had converted to Islam, and was a “mujahid.”

Sullivan wrote the undercover officer, “500 is an incorrect body count.” He said 1,000 was correct, “I’m thinking about using biological weapons … coat our bullets with cyanide … and then set off a gas bomb to finish the rest.”

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Source: Charlotte area terrorism suspect pleads guilty in federal court | The Charlotte Observer

Justin Sullivan, a 20-year-old Morganton man accused of plotting a mass killing in support of the Islamic State, pleaded guilty Tuesday morning in federal court to a terrorism-related charge.

The formal offense: Attempting to commit an act of terrorism transcending national boundaries. Translation: Sullivan planned to kill, assault or maim one or more persons – crimes that would have affected interstate or foreign commerce.

According to new documents unsealed after the sentencing, Sullivan faces life in prison. He will be sentenced at a later date.

Sullivan entered his plea during an appearance in Asheville before U.S. District Judge Martin Reidinger. Sullivan had previously pleaded not guilty to an array of federal charges related to his alleged plot to kill in behalf of the terrorist group known as Islamic State, often referred to as ISIS or ISIL.

While Sullivan dreamed of killing hundreds at a local nightclub or concert in retaliation for U.S. airstrikes on ISIS positions, his June 2015 plan to kill his parents or have someone else do it brought FBI agents speeding to his house, the documents indicate.

On June 19, Rich and Eleanor Sullivan had intercepted a homemade silencer sent to their son by an undercover FBI agent posing online as a jihadist. When Rich Sullivan pressed Justin to explain the contents of the package, the son “became aggressive,” documents say. Rich Sullivan called 911.

Minutes later, Justin Sullivan emailed the undercover agent. “If they don’t stop, I’ll probably have to do something about them then (escape to the Middle East),” documents say.

Two hours later, Sullivan emailed again, telling the undercover agent to be patient. “I’m gonna get rid of my problem. Can’t be having people calling the police on me.”

Later, according to documents, Sullivan asked the undercover agent to “get rid” of his parents for him a few days later while Rich and Eleanor were visiting a Buddhist friend.

The agent wrote: “is there another way? u couldn’t just leave them when they leave?”

“No,” Sullivan replied, according to documents.

He was arrested that night.

George Washington University political scientist Seamus Hughes says 112 Americans have been charged with ISIS-related crimes since March 2014. Sullivan is the only one facing the death penalty.

In their email exchanges leaving up to the big June 2015 attack, Sullivan pressed the undercover agent to prove his loyalty by killing a few people before he and Sullivan met.

“Our attack needs to be as big as possible,” he told the undercover FBI agent, seven months after Clark’s death. “We can do minor assassinations before the big attack for training.”

The undercover agent pushed back: “I’m pretty sure at the time I kill anyone I would be (martyred).”

“People kill people all the time and get away with it,” Sullivan responded. “… just shoot then leave. wear a mask and do it at night.”

Video: Yet another “Islamophobic hate crime” hoax

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Source: Video: Robert Spencer on yet another “Islamophobic hate crime” hoax

In this new video, I explore an incident of “Islamophobia” that the Huffington Post reported under the headline “Islamophobia Just Drove This Boy And His Family Out Of America.” There was just one problem: it didn’t happen.



More details on the Huffpo’s fake Muslim hate crime via North Carolina: Muslim fabricates story about son being bullied, then flees to Pakistan and many more examples here.

North Carolina: Muslim fabricates story about son being bullied, then flees to Pakistan

Another fake hate crime perpetrated by Muslims and promoted by terror-linked CAIR, Huffington Post and Facebook. h/t Daniel Greenfield who writes:

Islamophobia. It’s a big lie.

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Source: No evidence found Muslim child was attacked on Wake County school bus | News & Observer

The Wake County school system and the Cary Police Department say they haven’t uncovered evidence to confirm a Muslim family’s allegations that their 7-year-old child was beaten on a school bus last week. The family says the first-grade student was attacked because he’s Muslim.

The Wake County school system and the Cary Police Department say they haven’t found evidence that a 7-year-old Muslim student was assaulted by classmates on a school bus last week.

Zeeshan-ul-hassan Usmani says his son Abdul Aziz was bullied and beaten by classmates at Weatherstone Elementary School in Cary while riding home on the bus last Friday because the first-grade student is Muslim.

Usmani’s Facebook post, with the words “Welcome to the United States of America of Donald Trump” and a picture of Abdul Aziz’s left arm in a sling, has sparked worldwide social media and news media attention about Islamophobia.

School and law enforcement officials say they’ve taken the allegations seriously and don’t tolerate bullying. But they say their investigations don’t confirm an assault even occurred.

“At this time, the information from the investigation does not support an altercation,” Weatherstone Principal Tim Chadwick told parents in a letter sent Thursday. “In fact, we are not able to corroborate much of what is described in the release.”

The Cary Police Department has been investigating the allegations as well.

“At this time, nothing has been found, and no police report has been filed,” Cary Town Manager Sean R. Stegall said in a written statement.

After Usmani’s Facebook post, the Council on American-Islamic Relations issued a press release Monday calling on the Wake County school system to investigate the incident.

CAIR’s press release says Abdul Aziz, an American citizen of Pakistani heritage, was reportedly assaulted by five other children the bus who allegedly made references to Islam, Muslims and Pakistan during the attack. CAIR also cited Usmani in saying that his son was “punched in the face, had his arm twisted and was kicked in the stomach.”

In subsequent news articles, Usmani has gone into more detail on the alleged assault.

“These are six and seven year old kids calling him names, with one kid punching him in the face, while two other kids attacked him, kicked him, and held his arms back,” Usmani told BuzzFeed News in an article posted online Tuesday.

“They keep beating him all the way from school to home on the bus,” Usmani also told BuzzFeed, adding that his son was traumatized by the attack and has a sprained arm.

A Huffington Post article originally posted Wednesday adds that Abdul Aziz told his parents a classmate had tried to force him to eat food that wasn’t halal. When Abdul Aziz refused, five of his classmates ganged up on him, making fun of his name. They punched him in the face, kicked him in the stomach, and twisted his arm while calling him “Muslim” again and again, Usmani told the Huffington Post.

Chadwick, Weatherston’s principal, said the district’s ongoing investigation was launched immediately after speaking with the family about their concerns. He said the school’s staff had spent hours over the past several days talking with parents, students and the driver of the bus about the incident.

But based on the investigation, Chadwick said “we don’t have evidence that this particular incident occurred,”

“No students who were interviewed witnessed an altercation,” Chadwick said in the letter to Weatherstone families. “The bus driver did not witness an altercation. The child did not report to the bus driver any injury.”

Since last Friday, the Usmani family has relocated to Pakistan. Media outlets have posted stories about how the family are victims of Islamaphobia, fueled by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s controversial remarks about Muslims.


Wasn’t it Hillary Clinton who called Muslims professional never-do-wells?

Despite all the Islamic propaganda in public schools across America and the growing Islamization of North Carolina, we’re quite sure 7-year old kids in the Tar Heel state know as much about halal food as they do geophysics. And it matches the amount of evidence found in this faked hate crime against Americans: NONE.

Zeeshan-ul-hassan Usmani should be charged with falsifying a crime and he and his family barred from ever entering the U.S. again.

 

 

North Carolina: Muslim teen plotted to kill 1,000 Americans under guidance of Islamic terrorist

As we noted in June, via North Carolina: Father Tips Off Police to Muslim-Convert Son’s Jihad Sympathies

Sullivan told him [undercover agent] he had converted to Islam, and was a “mujahid.”

Sullivan wrote the undercover officer, “500 is an incorrect body count.” He said 1,000 was correct, “I’m thinking about using biological weapons … coat our bullets with cyanide … and then set off a gas bomb to finish the rest.”

In one of his last conversations with the undercover agent, authorities said Sullivan talked about a second attack, “we could use a U-Haul packed with bombs and then detonate it.”

The latest update via: Indictment: Man spoke with IS while planning attack in US – The Washington Post

The indictment filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Charlotte said Justin Nojan Sullivan spoke with Junaid Hussain in June 2015 via social media about making a video of a terrorist attack in the U.S. to be used by IS.

The original indictment unsealed in February accused Sullivan of killing his neighbor and stealing his money so he could buy an assault rifle to carry out an IS-inspired shooting at a concert or club. The indictment said Sullivan offered an undercover FBI employee money to kill his parents, who he believed would interfere with his plans.

In the initial indictment, Sullivan was accused of planning to use an assault rifle and silencer to carry out an attack at a concert, bar or club, which he believed would kill as many as 1,000 people.

A grand jury in Burke County also indicted Sullivan in February on a murder charge in the death of 74-year-old John Bailey Clark, who lived a few doors down from him, said District Attorney David Learner.

In December 2014, he used a .22-caliber rifle stolen from his father’s gun cabinet to shoot Clark in the head, the federal indictment said. A news release said forensic testing shows the rifle was used to kill Clark.

Federal authorities said they began investigating Sullivan after his father called 911 in April 2015 saying his son was destroying religious items in their home in Morganton. He was arrested at the family’s home without incident on June 19, and later told investigators that he planned to carry out an attack in the coming days when his parents were expected to be out of town, investigators have said.


More via: Morganton teen Islamic State group suspect spoke with high-ranking terrorist | WSOC-TV

Residents are reacting to new charges against a teen accused of supporting the Islamic State group by planning a terror attack in North Carolina.

An enhanced indictment said that while 19-year-old Justin Sullivan lived in Morganton with his parents, he had researched firearms and plotted to kill at least 1,000 people.

Now, he’s accused of planning the attack under the guidance of one of the most sought-after terror suspects in the world.

“I’m surprised in this little neighborhood,” resident Travis Baker said.

Baker and his neighbors have been rocked by one shock after another.

In June of 2015, authorities arrested Sullivan for allegedly plotting a terror attack.

Months later, Sullivan was charged with killing his neighbor as a practice target. New charges allege Sullivan was being mentored by Junaid Hussain, a high-ranking member of the Islamic State group.

“That was real shocking there,” Baker said. “Someone from here, this little country town, to get ahold of someone from ISIS.”

Terrorism expert Ross Bulla said the terror group has a tough screening process and that if Sullivan had a mentor, the Islamic State group believed he had access to weapons and the motivation to carry out an attack.

“This boy that looks like he is 12 years old walking into the courthouse is in direct communication and being mentored by the third highest-ranking member in the worst terror organization in the world,” Bulla said.

Bulla also said he believes there are more aspiring terrorists in the state.

“Absolutely. We are in a section of the country that is ripe with groups that practice hateful ideology and inspire lone wolf behaviors,” Bulla said.

Sullivan is in federal custody and his trial is set for Oct 31.


Someone should interview Bulla to get more details on these groups in North Carolina. Reader’s here know North Carolina is a hotbed for jihadist activity., but citizens should know to whom Bulla is referring.

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