Benghazi Born Professor at THIS State University Does the Unthinkable
A professor with an interesting birthplace is in hot water for doing the unspeakable this week:
Youssif Omar saw his teenage female relative walking to Hickman High School in Columbia, Missouri without the traditional Islamic headscarf.
According to the Daily Mail, he assaulted the girl by slapping her across the face, dragged her violently by the hair down a flight of stairs and into his car, and drove away.
Omar was arrested for child abuse the following day and was released on a $4,500 bond.
According to his now defunct LinkedIn page, Omar was an assistant professor at the University of Missouri and manager of Artifacts Journal at the University bookstore. The school said that he was a graduate student with an assistantship that ended in July.
Originally from Benghazi, Libya, Omar was the head of the English department at the University of Benghazi Wahat Branch from 2003-2007.
Colleges were once fertile breeding ground for the discussion of both experimental and foundational western cultural ideals. Now that they've completed their transformation to brain scrambling day care facilities for maladjusted milennials, little in the way of culture remains. In such a vaccuum, savages run wild.
If this professor would like to live by these particularly heinous, barbaric cultural norms, perhaps he should consider going home.