- "Mohammad was born with Down Syndrome chromosome 21", said his father Maher Suleiman.
The teacher who made the complaint was a substitute for a regular teacher at the school.
Fox 26 Houston reports that Mohammad Suleiman, the 6-year-old son of Pearland resident Maher Suleiman, got into trouble at school after his elementary school teacher called the police and told them that the boy kept repeating the words "Allah" and "boom".
"The last three or four weeks have been the hardest of my life", Maher Suleiman told the Fox26 news channel. "It's discrimination actually. It's not implied discrimination; it's 100 percent discrimination".
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The teacher also said the school told the officer that Mohammad could talk.
A supply teacher's call to police about a six-year-old Muslim boy with Down's Syndrome led to his family being investigated for terrorism, reported The Independent.
The 6-year-old boy also has intellectual difficulties and doesn't speak.
However, the region's Child Protective Services department said its investigation was ongoing.
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A spokesperson for the Pearland Independent School District said the district can not release any student or personnel information due to privacy laws. The Child Protection Rights Department however, is still investigating the matter.
Twitter users voiced their frustration regarding the incident.
According to a CNN report, Mohammed said, "I built a clock to impress my teacher but when I showed it to her, she thought it was a threat to her".
He stated that the teenager told him what he had to because the device was indeed a clock.
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