Missouri DMV actually allows the license plate ‘JIHAD1’ after CAIR shows that it doesn’t have anything to do with violence, but is just spiritual
- A St Louis news station was contacted by viewer who spotted the license plate and found it ‘insulting’
- The station examined policies for granting or denying license plates and learned state had no legal authority to deny the word
- License plate belongs to a Muslim couple who have a 14-year-old son named Jihad, which is why they applied for the plate
- They explained Jihad, a traditional Muslim name, has a spiritual meaning for Muslims
A personalized license plate that reads ‘JIHAD 1’ has been allowed in the state of Missouri.
A St Louis news station was contacted by a viewer who spotted the license plate and found it ‘insulting’ before sending an email with the subject line, ‘WHAT WAS THE DMV THINKING!!!!’
The viewer said he found the plate ‘a bit scary especailly (sic) with the latest shootings in San Bernardino’, referencing the terror attack that left 14 people dead in California last December, News 4 reported.
After examining the policies for granting or denying personalized license plates, a Department of Revenue representative told them they had no legal authority to deny the word.
However, a similar personalized license plate that read ‘J1HAD’ was rejected by the state in 2009.
The state did not provide an explanation for
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