“Arab-Americans,” they’re called here, but their Arabness is beside the point. Their jihadist sympathies come through loud and clear, even despite the usual media cluelessness and obfuscation. Click on the sweatshirt image for video. “Sweatshirt Sparks School Controversy: Hoodie Contains Image Of World Trade Center Towers,” from ClickOnDetroit.com, January 5 (thanks to Logans Warning):
DEARBORN, Mich. — About 15 Arab-American students at Edsel Ford High School are in trouble over a sweatshirt they had made over the holiday break.
On the back of the sweatshirt, the number 11 is made to look like the World Trade Center Towers. The school’s mascot, a thunderbird, is seen flying toward the number.
Watch: Sweatshirts Sparks Controversy
Under the graphic, a tagline reads, “You can’t bring us down.”
The students wore the hooded sweatshirts to school Monday. They were immediately sent to the principal’s office.
The sweatshirts were confiscated.
“What took place here today was an inappropriate, distasteful act,” said David Mustonen, a spokesman for Dearborn Schools. “(It was) totally inappropriate, totally disrespectful, and they just were not thinking.”
The students told the principal they didn’t mean any harm by having the sweatshirts made….
Of course not!