Skip to comments.Teaching Islam in Public Schools
Posted on 10/10/2004 6:07:29 AM PDT by tdewey10
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"Unbelievable. I want to know if in addition to the Islamic "Call for Prayer" if they have a Catholic Mass, Christian Hymns, Jewish reading of the Torah. Somehow I think not.
I do not understand the liberal attempts to embrace Islam and allow it into public schools. Don't they get the fact that a hell of a lot of them want to kill us?
1 posted on 10/10/2004 6:07:30 AM PDT by tdewey10 "
Worth repeating. Odd, after WWII German and Japanese kids didn't come into U.S. public schools attempting to get children to embrace their cultures.
"Why isn't the American Criminal Liberties Union crying foul and filing suit to prevent this?"
Because they approve of it, it's part of their secular agenda
Gosh, if they really wanted to get into vocational training with this they could teach the kids how to wire up a bomb vest.
"multicultural trainer Afeefa Syeed"
Afeeta Syeed is not a "multicultural trainer", but an "Moslem culture traniner". One of the big myths of "multiculturalism" is that the promotors of any particular foreign monoculture are "multiculturalists". The big proponents of [unfortunately increasingly] mainstream "multiculturalism" are either people who have no respect for the validity of their own culture [guilty and ignorant white liberals] and foreign monoculturalists who see something to gain.
I also think a lot of leftists hope that if the Jihadists win, they will cut them some slack rather than cutting their throats because the left sided with the Jihadists and made their victory possible.""
In other words: Keep feeding the alligator in the hopes that he doesn't eat you.
The leftist lexicon is a treasure trove for the Mohammedans to mine. All a part of taqiyya, deception.
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"Educators cite Ramadan as a good opportunity to teach students about Islam and its practice."
Gee, and I there thought 9/11 was a good opportunity to teach students about Islam and its practice, not to mention the assorted sundry televised beheadings coming to a website near you each week, and the charming reports from Darfur, and so on.
I wonder how these folks handle the inconvenient later passages in the Qu'ran (and the corresponding invective from the Hadith) such as 47:4: "Therefore, when ye meet the Unbelievers, smite at their necks; At length, when ye have thoroughly subdued them, bind a bond firmly (on them): thereafter (is the time for) either generosity or ransom: Until the war lays down its burdens", and 8:39: "And fight them on until there is no more tumult or oppression, and there prevail justice and faith in Allah altogether and everywhere", and, from the Hadith, "The last hour will not come before the Muslims fight the Jews and the Muslims kill them, so that Jews will hide behind stones and trees and the Stone and the tree will say, O Muslim, O servant of God! There is a Jew behind me; come and kill him. The only exception will be the box-thorn for it is one of the trees of the Jews."
Survellance for a hostage taking and murder mission?
But Taqiyya applies to deceiving the non Muslim about Islam and the true life and thoughts of the Muslim community. For instance when Muslims insisting that Jihad means inner struggle and that Osama Bin Ladin's terrorism is not a Jihad. Two years ago a Muslim student gave an address at Harvard graduation that the true meaning of Jihad is inner struggle. This is a lie. Jihad also has a true meaning of aggressive warfare.
Taqiyya. In Islamic law and tradition, Taqiyya is the dissimulation of
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bump to me for later.
Good article on Islam, worth the time.
If it's not possible for Christianity, it certainly isn't possible for a movement which seriously can be challenged as being a religion at all.
If I had school-age children, I would challenge this in the loudest and most serious way. I would particularly identify who was the genius who came up with the idea. And if passing the buck becomes the answer, go as far up in state government as necessary until the moron is found.
That is a good point, I think they should teach about all those things.
great. rewarding and encouraging horrible behavior.
Outstanding post. True, too.
"Educators cite Ramadan as a good opportunity to teach students about Islam and its practice. But teaching Ramadan in public schools has not been without controversy. Last year a federal judge said that the Byron Union School District in California could continue a three-week curriculum that emphasized role-playing exercises requiring, among other things, seventh-grade students to recite Muslim prayers.
Despite the ruling in the district's favor, the school suspended the program because of the outcry the lawsuit spawned."
Even though a jerky judge saw nothing wrong with the course, there was such an outcry that the school decided to discontinue the course. That means that parents and taxpayers certainly can influence what the schools teach their kids, because if it doesn't meet with the approval of parents and taxpayers, there will be hell to pay and screw the courts.
"I also think a lot of leftists hope that if the Jihadists win, they will cut them some slack rather than cutting their throats because the left sided with the Jihadists and made their victory possible."
Not in their wildest dreams. Jihadists will say as they slit the throats of their useful idiots, "So long sucker!"
"Two years ago a Muslim student gave an address at Harvard graduation that the true meaning of Jihad is inner struggle. This is a lie. Jihad also has a true meaning of aggressive warfare."
Oh charming, American colleges are educating future Jihadist women beating rulers. Lets celebrate...(slathered in sarcasm)
"Even though a jerky judge saw nothing wrong with the course, there was such an outcry that the school decided to discontinue the course. That means that parents and taxpayers certainly can influence what the schools teach their kids, because if it doesn't meet with the approval of parents and taxpayers, there will be hell to pay and screw the courts."
Those parents should've made it their mission to kick that judge off the bench.
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You are very welcome. Islam is all about slavishly copying the life of Muhammad. What Muhammadans call his "examples" as set down in Koran and Hadith.
Will they teach The children the true meaning of Islam to "infidels", which is convert, die or be enslaved?
I skimmed the video with the SOUND OFF!!! The 5 Islamo-scumbags were grouped like a rap music posse. They laid down their rap and talked for more than 2 1/2 minutes. Then kill him in the last 14 seconds
With so much Islamo-babble this is most definitely a propaganda vehicle designed to frighten and inspire the Muzzzie masses to Jihad. These videos are sold on the streets of Iraq on DVDs
May Gd rest Bigley's soul
(I posted this on another thread)
I hope they teach them about Honor Killings... and the Shiria law...
"With so much Islamo-babble this is most definitely a propaganda vehicle designed to frighten and inspire the Muzzzie masses to Jihad. These videos are sold on the streets of Iraq on DVDs"
I read the ghoulish beheadings have taken over the number one Iraqi male favorite DVD, PORN. Such a souless, depraved society of mysogynis barbaric male ghouls aimlessly roaming in secular limbo in the middle east. Team sKerry's dream team is having wet dreams over this, Dawn of the Dead.
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