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Tuesday, January 25, 2022

“Not many kids play outside. I never really do anything. I just watch stuff online and I get bored. Sometimes I just go outside and stare at the sun, and then go back inside.”

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Ahmed Mohamed, the 14-year-old American “clock boy” who moved to Qatar last year after being arrested in the US over concerns that he brought a bomb to school.

According to a new article from the Washington Post, the teen and his family live in a four-bedroom townhouse here, where he has escaped the media spotlight. His parents don’t work, and the children’s educations are being fully paid by Qatar Foundation.

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