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"Die, Muslim, die!"

September 13, 2001

In the wake of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, a 23-year-old Saudi nitwit named Ahmad Saad Nasim, a semi-perpetual student gadfly at Arizona State University, reported to campus police that he was assaulted and pelted with eggs in a parking lot while his assailants screamed "Die, Muslim, die!"

"Die, Muslim, die?" Seriously, even two days after 9/11, does that sound likely? The words should have been a dead giveaway that he was inventing the incident, because no red-blooded American college kid would say something that dorky.

Nasim had spent years prior to this date making a nuisance of himself at ASU, whining about discrimination against Muslims, promoting diversity training, protesting sanctions against Iraq, and all the other usual wastes of time which prevent liberal nincompoops from learning anything useful while they're in college.

The egg attack brought him all the sympathy and fame he desired, at least for a minute. Many Arab students dropped out of ASU in alarm. The story went national. People sent him sympathy cards. He probably thought he was in hog heaven. He apparently liked the feeling so much that on September 18 he reported another incident, and then on September 27 a custodian found him in a library bathroom with the word "Die" written on his forehead, a plastic bag tied over his head, and a racist note stuffed in his mouth.

Trouble is, his hands were free – like, uh, dude, how stupid is that? – and he wasn't suffocating, and most incriminating of all, the bathroom door was locked from the inside.

Sheesh. I can feel my IQ shrinking just from writing this stuff.

Campus police were understandably suspicious, and asked some awkward questions as suspicious cops tend to do. Eventually, he admitted perpetrating the entire bogus hate crime wave... so in the end this story finishes where it started, with egg on Ahmad Saad Nasim's face.


10/5/01 - Michelle Malkin - The boy who cried 'muslim'

10/29/01 - Human Events - 'Hate crime' in Arizona

April, 2002 - Pacific Research Institute - Political Correctness, Diversity Obsessions and Other Reasons Why America Distrusts Its Media

Posted from Reno, Nevada, USA

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