Indiana: Former Muslim ISU professor who faked anti-Muslim hate crime gets…probation

In March, Hussain reported an attack at his on-campus office. He told ISU police he was thrown to the floor by an unknown attacker. Police later determined the attack did not happen. Hussain was dismissed from his teaching position at the university.

Hussain also claimed he’d received emails containing anti-Muslim messages and threats of potential violence against members of the Muslim community. Investigators were able to track the computers from which the emails originated and uncovered evidence to charge Hussain with sending the emails himself.

  • ontario john

    And good news for muslims in Canada. Everyone is jumping on the Trudeau gravy train. CTV News Network is reporting this morning, that another multi million payout is in the works for a muslim Canadian who was held in the Sudan. Yes, that’s right, little Justin is about to hand out another check. Come to Canada, and get a check and an apology.

  • simus1

    muslim assistant prof at Indiana State? Aerospace dept.
    Wonder what he taught?
    Apparently not much related to the material in the exams he thankfully had no control over.
    Sounds like a storyteller on many levels.

    • tom_billesley

      Assistant professor of aviation technology according to Tribune Star of April 21, 2017

      The university on Friday said Hussain had been notified recently by Provost Mike Licari that he would not be reappointed to his faculty position beyond the 2017-18 academic year due to his inability to fulfill the conditions of his original appointment.
      “Based upon the investigation, it is our belief that Hussain was trying to gain sympathy by becoming a victim of anti-Muslim threats, which he had created himself,” said Joseph Newport, ISU’s chief of police.
      A resume of Hussain’s on a job site indicates he holds an MBA in aviation management from Embry-Riddle University and a bachelor’s in aviation from the Florida Institute of Technology.
      He lists prior teaching experience at Everglades University, as well as former aviation jobs including airport operations coordinator at Kissimmee, Florida, Gateway Airport and airside operations officer at the Broward County, Florida, Aviation Department.

  • Ed

    Lying and cheating is totally baked into their tribal DNA

  • Editor

    It wasn’t a “hate crime” hate crime, like leaving an old shoelace in a bush or throwing a banana peel in a tree.