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University of Iowa: Muslim student charged with threat of terrorism

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“Police say Altamimi made a similar statement on Nov. 11, 2016, when he said he would bring a gun to the International Programs Office and shoot international students.”

Why was he still at the university after that?

“Online court records do not show any charges resulting from that incident.”

Why not?

Imagine if a non-Muslim student had twice made threats to shoot and kill other students. Do you think he would still be at the university? Do you think he would not have been charged?

This shows just how cowed and compromised our universities are. Clearly the University of Iowa thought stopping this savage would be islamofauxbic.

“University of Iowa student charged with threat of terrorism,” by Stephen Gruber-Miller, Press Citizen, May 1, 2017:

A University of Iowa student has been charged with threat of terrorism after police say he threatened to bring a gun to graduation.

Soliman Obaid B. Altamimi, 25, went to the university’s International Programs Office at the University Capitol Center around 11:30 a.m. on Friday and asked to make a speech at the graduation ceremony, according to UI police complaints. When staff told Altamimi he couldn’t give a speech, he replied that he “will bring a gun to the final ceremony.”

Altamimi admitted to officers that he made the statement, the complaints state.

Police say Altamimi made a similar statement on Nov. 11, 2016, when he said he would bring a gun to the International Programs Office and shoot international students.

Online court records do not show any charges resulting from that incident.

Regarding the November incident, UI officials said in an email that UI police received a report at the time from another student who shared concerns about Altamimi’s statements.

“Those concerns were taken seriously and UIPD followed up with Mr. Altamimi at that time,” university spokesperson Tricia Brown said in the email.

Sweeping changes to Iowa’s gun laws signed by Gov. Terry Branstad last month created confidentiality for firearms permit holders, making it impossible to verify whether Altamimi has a permit to own or carry a firearm.

UI officials described Altamimi as a non-degree seeking student in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. He is currently enrolled as a student, UI confirmed….

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