a suspicous affair
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Submitted by slayhy (Canada), Oct 27, 2012 at 21:45
you say they recalling him as "always in a good mood. Never upset. Never even heard him say a harsh word about anybody."
and "The principal at the school where he taught sent a letter to students' parents calling Hamad "a longtime and valued" member of the faculty whose "love and passion for education touched us all."
But then you say
He was fired from Austin Community College for "making racist slurs and sexist jokes in the classroom,"
so I believe there is something suspicious about the whole thing and there might be a real diversion of the truth about the real issue.
I believe this poor guy was murdered, then divert the attention to his many other problems that he may had and it would not had existed if he was not organizing charity for Palestinian children.
I believe he is a martyr, happy to be near God now.
life is worth nothing, you enjoy it.
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