Better put down a drop cloth. After reading this Huffington Post piece, your heart will bleed profusely:
“I’m done with the U.S.,” Zeeshan-ul-hassan Usmani’s wife told him on Friday.
Seeing her youngest son, just 7 years old, walk off the school bus bruised and battered that afternoon outside their apartment building in Cary, North Carolina, was the final straw.
Little Abdul Aziz, a first-grader and the youngest child of Usmani and Binish Bhagwanee, was traumatized. He 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 said.
Abdul would hardly be the first kid to get bullied in grade school. But if politically preferred groups like Muslims are the victims, these unfortunate incidents are treated as national news when they happen — and even when they don’t happen.
At least HuffPo corrected the record with this update:
The Cary Police Dept. and the Wake County School System say they have not found any evidence to corroborate Zeeshan-ul-hassan Usmani’s claim that his son was assaulted aboard a school bus on Oct. 7. “Our police department has been coordinating with the school system to uncover details related to this matter,” Town Manager Sean Stegall said in a statement. “At this time, nothing has been found, and no police report has been filed.” In a letter to parents with children at Weatherstone Elementary School, Principal Tim Chadwick wrote that information from an investigation “does not support an altercation.” He added, “No students who were interviewed witnessed an altercation. The bus driver did not witness an altercation. The child did not report to the bus driver any injury.”
There is no bullying like cry-bullying — a technique Muslim colonists have taken to like ducks to a pond. At only 7 years old, young Abdul has already achieved a place on the Hate Hoax List, beating out even Ahmed the Clockmaker, who made the list at age 14. It’s amazing what a little parental coaching and a whole lot of eager assistance from the Islamophilic media can help young talent achieve.
On a tip from Jester. Hat tip: PJ Media.