Ahmed Mohamed, a 14-year-old teenager who rose to fame after he brought a disassembled clock that looked like a bomb into class, is moving to the Islamic supremacist nation of Qatar.
The Mohamed family announced Tuesday:
After careful consideration of all the generous offers received, we would like to announce that we have accepted a kind offer from Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development (QF) for Ahmed to join the prestigious QF Young Innovators Program, which reflects the organization’s on-going dedication to empowering young people and fostering a culture of innovation and creativity.
Notably, the foundation sponsoring Mohamed’s residency in Qatar has been accused of funding the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas; leading the world famous soccer team Barcelona to dump its sponsorship deal with QF in 2014
Last night, Mohamed had the pleasure of meeting President Barack Obama at the White House for Astronomy night.
“I’m going to talk to him [Obama] about, like, how hard it is growing up in America,” Mohamed told Yahoo before meeting the President. “It was pretty hard living in America and going to school being Muslim.”
Before finally embracing the U.S. President, Mohamed traveled to the dictatorial nations of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Sudan, where its genocidal autocratic leader, Omar al-Bashir, is wanted by the International Criminal Court for war crimes charges.
The teenager has often accused America of being a racist nation.
“If I was a Caucasian male, I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t have gotten arrested,” Mohamed opined during his Yahoo.com interview.
But regardless of what Ahmed actually faced in America, he is virtually guaranteed to experience no anti-Muslim biases in Qatar.
That’s because Qatar, where Islam is the state-religion, treats non-Muslims like second-class citizens, and enslaves foreign workers.
The Islamic supremacist nation is known for welcoming Taliban commanders with open arms, providing propaganda for the Muslim Brotherhood through its state-owned Al Jazeera, and financing the Al-Qaeda-affiliated Al Nusra Front.
Some have even accused the small Arab Gulf State of being a backer of the Islamic State terror group. “Who is financing these troops? Hint: Qatar,” said German Minister Gerd Mueller last year. Moreover, Think Tanks have tracked down some of ISIS’s financing to private individuals in Qatar.
Following the September 11, 2001 attacks against America, the headquarters of state-run Al Jazeera was rife with silhouettes and posters honoring Al Qaeda mastermind Osama Bin Laden. “There is bin Laden seated on a mat, his submachine gun on his lap; there is bin Laden on horseback in Afghanistan, the brave knight of the Arab world. A huge, glamorous poster of bin Laden’s silhouette hangs in the background of the main studio set,” a New York Times reporter wrote after visiting the Doha headquarters.
Ironically, Ahmed Mohamed, who complained about disenfranchisement, will soon be moving to Qatar, where freedom of speech does not exist, dissent is not allowed, terrorists are honored as heroes, and non-Muslims are fair game for enslavement.