WHOA! Hoax Clock Bomb Boy’s Older Sister Admits She Was Suspended From Middle School For Making Bomb Threat

An explosive personal revelation.

Ahmed’s older sister Eyman Mohamed dropped a jaw dropping conversational bomb while speaking to The Daily Beast, in which she recalled how she once was suspended for an incident kinda, sorta similar to her brother Ahmed’s.

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Eyman denied culpability of wanting “to blow up the school” during her first year in middle school, which resulted in her being given a 3 day suspension.

“I got suspended from school for three days from this stupid same district, from this girl saying I wanted to blow up the school, something I had nothing to do with.”

Thinking out loud, was younger brother Ahmed’s hoax clock bomb stunt (among other possible motives) a staged act of revenge?

“I got suspended and I didn’t do anything about it and so when I heard about Ahmed, I was so mad because it happened to me and I didn’t get to stand up, so I’m making sure he’s standing up because it’s not right. So I’m not jealous, I’m kinda like—it’s like he’s standing for me.”

Why “didn’t [she] get to stand up”? What was stopping her? If she was as innocent as she claims, why didn’t her family fight back? Could it be because the accusation was true?

I know if a child of mine were falsely accused of an act as egregious as plotting/threatening to blow up the school he/she attended I would not rest until my child was fully vindicated and not a minute sooner.

Via The Daily Beast:

After the MSNBC segment, Eyman [Ahmed Mohamed’s 18 year old sister] and I sit down in the hallway where she says the same thing happened to her as Ahmed.

“I got suspended from school for three days from this stupid same district, from this girl saying I wanted to blow up the school, something I had nothing to do with.”

Eyman talks with the slightest lisp, almost imperceptible, but it becomes stronger as she gets emotional.

“I got suspended and I didn’t do anything about it and so when I heard about Ahmed, I was so mad because it happened to me and I didn’t get to stand up, so I’m making sure he’s standing up because it’s not right. So I’m not jealous, I’m kinda like—it’s like he’s standing for me.”

Eyman said her suspension was in her first year of middle school, “my first year of attempting middle school in America. I knew English, but the culture was different, the people were different.”

Published on: Sep 23, 2015 @ 12:05 PM ET

FEATURED IMAGE: Ahmed Mohamed, 14, right, waves to the media from the front door of his house as his sister, Eyman Mohamed, 18, looks on before a news conference, Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015, in Irving, Texas. Ahmed was arrested after a teacher thought a homemade clock he built was a bomb. (AP Photo/Brandon Wade) (The Associated Press)

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  • Retributer

    Deport the whole family!

  • pma95

    It’s a girl..Muslims don’t care about the girls.

  • roadrunner

    The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

  • AlgorithmicAnalyst

    Similar to Pallywood hoaxes …

  • humble_pedantic

    ive read else where the school cant comment on any of this unless the parents sign a form allowing them to release details… so basically with out signing that form the family can claim what ever the heck they want and the school cant release any information which may confirm or dispute the families claims

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