Muslim Teen Gets Accepted Into Stanford After Writing ‘Black Lives Matter’ 100 Times on Application

New Jersey – Stanford University accepted an 18 year old Muslim student named Ziad Ahmed after he wrote ‘#BlackLivesMatter’ 100 times as a response to an essay question.

Cool application, Ahmed! Wanna bring it to the White House? (Yes, he visited Obama’s White House too)

Just look at this brilliance and his ability to make a cogent point! Impressive!

Voila! Magic! You’ve been accepted, Ahmed! OMG your hashtagging was so inspiring to us at Stanford!

The Daily Caller reports:

The essay prompt asked potential applicants “What matters to you, and why?” reports The Washington Times. One student, a New Jersey high school senior named Ziad Ahmed, answered the question by writing “#BlackLivesMatter” a hundred times.

He received an acceptance letter from Stanford Friday.

“I was actually stunned when I opened the update and saw that I was admitted,” Ahmed told Mic. “I didn’t think I would get admitted to Stanford at all, but it’s quite refreshing to see that they view my unapologetic activism as an asset rather than a liability.”

Ahmed considers himself an ally of Black Lives Matter and told Mic he wanted to stand up for black people.

Ahmed interned for former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election and attended a White House dinner during the Obama administration, where he was acknowledged by the president for his activism.

Is anyone surprised by this? Universities that once had prestige are becoming more and more irrelevant by the day.

Ahmed being a ‘Black Lives Matter’ activist is another example of Islam injecting itself into radical leftist groups in order to claim that their civil rights are being trampled on if we reject Sharia law.

Reminder: Islamic countries STILL have black slaves to this day. I wonder what would happen if Ahmed went to one of those countries screaming ‘Black Lives Matter‘? Or how about ‘Christian lives matter’?


Photo: Ziad Ahmed Twitter avatar

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