“On Sept. 14th, Dearborn Fordson High School principal called the police on me for driving with two little Israeli flags on my truck.” “The Dearborn police were one car behind me when this student threw a bottle on my windshield. The police did not stop the student, but instead stopped me for 30 minutes asking me why I would display Israeli flags on my truck.”
Blazing Car Fur The reader involved in this incident alerted Niraj Warikoo, religion reporter for the Detroit Free Press, he dismissed the incident and accused the reader of “taunting” the students and explained that a student had merely “spilled” some pop on an Israeli flag. The reader involved was driving in front of the high school as it let out. He was backed up in traffic, a police car immediately behind him. He had Israeli flags on his truck.
When the students began their assault he rolled down his window asking them to stop. After they pulled him over the police used the rolled down window as a pretext to accuse him of instigating the altercation. While being questioned by the police in front of the high school the reader received death threats. The police denied hearing them though the individuals involved were only a few feet away.