Friday, June 4, 2010

Dominican University evacuated Wednesday after bomb threat

Just how is it that a Saudi national who made a bomb threat at a school is released on bail for disorderly conduct?  Were the typical American man on the street to do the same he'd be in federal custody, probably without bail for making terroristic threats.

I can only speculate that this terrorist has been handled with kid gloves for three reasons; firstly being a Muslim he gets Politically Correct treatment, secondly, he is a Saudi citizen and therefore a “special case”, and thirdly, the prosecutor is a blatant coward afraid of retaliation.

This whole situation reeks of cowardice, incompetence and Political Correctness in the name of Multiculturalism.  How long are we going to be in denial that there is a significant number of Muslims who are dedicated to the overthrow of Western civilization through any means at their disposal?

6/3/2010 11:34:00 AM   

Dominican University evacuated Wednesday after bomb threat

Foreign student arrested, allegedly got a bad grade


Staff Reporter

Web Extra! Updated 6/3/2010 9:21 p.m.

The River Forest Police Department has charged Saudi Arabian foreign exchange student Mohamed Mahdey S. Al Shria, 20, with disorderly conduct. Al Shria has been released on bond.

Police said that Al Shria was arrested yesterday at his host home on the 1200 block of Ashland in River Forest, and soon after they determined there was no credible threat to the school.

Dominican University evacuated its Priory campus about 2:30 p.m. yesterday after a student enrolled in a program renting space from the university allegedly threatened to blow up the school. The student had allegedly received a bad grade in a class.

River Forest police immediately identified and quickly arrested a Saudi Arabian foreign exchange student legally living in River Forest, who was enrolled in an English education program, ELS, that rents space on the campus.

Between 75 and 100 people were evacuated from the Priory campus at Harlem and Division, including four preschool classes from Dominican's Goedert Center, ELS students and staff, as well as a handful of religious, and university faculty and staff, according to Dominican spokeswoman Kristin Peterson.

The Goedert Center's students were moved across the street to Grace Lutheran School soon after the threat, and the center's staff called students' parents and asked them to pick up their students as soon as possible.

Police searched the school's campus, as well as the student's host house, but did not find any bombs or bomb-making materials. Because the suspect was not a native English speaker, police called the FBI for help translating Arabic.