Today #IStandWithAhmed became a trending hashtag after a 14-year-old boy in Irving, Tex. named Ahmed Mohamed was unjustifiably arrested after bringing in a homemade clock for a school project. The teacher and authorities thought the clock looked like a bomb and had the 9th grade student pulled from class and handcuffed. Since the news made rounds Ahmed's been seeing overwhelming support (even from the likes of Obama and Hillary), and now many of them are showing solidarity by posting pictures of themselves (or memes) with watches and clocks. Below are some of the highlights from the #IStandWithAhmed and #NotABomb tweets:

In solidarity with @IStandWithAhmed CAIR-Chicago staff brought our clocks to work too. #IStandWithAhmed

— CAIR-Chicago (@cairchicago) September 16, 2015

Watch out, a guy is wearing a thoub and a kufi and has a clock!! #IStandWithAhmed

— Believer (@ifdalyusuf) September 16, 2015

Texas, is that a watch on your wrist, or are you just happy to see me? #IStandWithAhmed #ClockOrNot

— John Reynolds (@technogust) September 16, 2015


— fatima (@fzmoon101) September 16, 2015

#IStandWithAhmed #NotABomb

— Thorvald (@STManson) September 16, 2015

#NotABomb #IStandWithAhmed

— what's good miley (@PunjabisinParis) September 16, 2015

Watch out, it's a brown guy with a clock! #IStandWithAhmed @IStandWithAhmed

— Tariq Khokhar (@tkb) September 16, 2015

I'm sporting the @NASA shirt I've owned since I was in 7th grade and this solder kit watch today. #IStandWithAhmed

— Whitney Merrill (@wbm312) September 16, 2015

The @IrvingPD wants you to be on the watch for this dangerous terrorist! #IStandWithAhmed

— Bonzo! (@BonzoBeckett) September 16, 2015

#notabomb #IStandWithAhmed

— gina (@ginnnach) September 16, 2015

Brought my clock to work today. #IStandWithAhmed #Solidarity

— Simran Jeet Singh (@SimranColumbia) September 16, 2015