2. Bagour defended the shirt, claiming she just wanted to make note that the birthday of her son — who’s actually named Jihad — is September 11th. She claims she did not intend to reference the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
3. Bagour faces up to five years in jail and fines of as much as 45,000 euros ($57,000) if she’s convicted. Her attorney is currently asking that the trial be postponed until next year due to complications.
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