The Muslim teen was arrested in 2015 after bringing a homemade clock to school.
Richard Dawkins still doesn’t seem able to get over his anger at Muslim teenager Ahmed Mohamed and his clock - and many on
Ahmed Mohamed is demanding damages from the city of Irving school district after he was arrested for bringing a homemade
The 14-year-old boy who was arrested after his teacher mistook a homemade clock for a bomb plans to leave the United States
There's a reason of course for Dawkins' line of questioning. He is a scientist and probing goes with the territory. But Dawkins' relentless curiosity appears to have killed any sensibilities he has about how human beings operate.
Ahmed's story has shed some light onto a culture of Islamophobia that goes far beyond a boy and his clock. Whether or not we have the courage to take the story further remains to be seen.
What may have originally seemed like an epic faux pas has in fact opened the door to a world of praise and opportunity. Ahmed's story is a welcomed reminder that exploring different ways of doing things; being open to innovation and allowing ourselves to stand out from the crowd has its benefits.
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A 14-year-old Muslim boy was arrested after his teacher decided his homemade clock could be a bomb, prompting people to tweet