Skip to comments.On 9/11 Anniversary Fredericksburg Newspaper Promotes Islam, Islamization
Posted on 09/13/2010 2:48:17 PM PDT by Amerisrael
The morning of the anniversary of 9/11 the Fredericksburg Free-Lance Star newspaper promoted Islamic propaganda and Islamization among University of Mary Washington. college students.
The main articles featured in the regional news section dealt with local "Ramadan" observance and female Muslim students at UMW coaxing non-Muslim female students into wearing the "Hijab."
[Promotion of Islam and Islamization among college students]
"The Challenge Was To Wear A Hijab and See How It Felt."
One Muslim participant promoted the false Islamic teaching that the Allah of Islam is the same as the God of the Bible:
"Basically, if we all believe in one God, it must be the same God".
"The Allah of Islam is not the God of the Bible."
See also: Free-Lance Star Makes Use of Anti-Israel AP Reporter
...this sh*t has been going on all over...the Charlotte Observer has been running articles all week sucking up to Muslims.
Wear shackles and see how it feels.
The ivory tower is pimping for a takeover of the freedoms and liberties in this country.
The koran is a NAZI MURDER BOOK!
What a bunch of schweinhundts.
Will the molesters be present to make sure everything is in order? Other wise it isn't Islam.
It can happen here.
It would be interesting to know if the recent barrage of pro-Islam articles in the old media has Saudi money behind it.
“The Challenge Was To Wear A Hijab and See How It Felt.”
Maybe, next year, the challenge will be to behead people to see how it feels.
Exactly. If the desecration of a “holy” book bothers an individual more than the desecration of an individual’s children than the individual must be an Islamo-cultist.
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