Skip to comments.The Muslim Student Union: Where “Community,” “Prayer,” and Jew-Hatred Come Together
Posted on 11/13/2007 7:28:13 AM PST by rwbusa50
If one were to judge the Muslim Student Union (MSU) of the University of California at Irvine (UCI) solely on the basis of its self-description and its stated mission, one would have no inkling of the volcano of Jew-hatred that animates this organization. Founded in 1992 by a small group of Muslim students who desired to establish an Islamic presence on campus, MSU says it aims to provide a community or family atmosphere for Muslims enrolled at UCI, and to build an environment that enhances good, discourages bad, and provides networks of resources, knowledge, people, and companionship to its members. Toward these ends, MSU offers daily congregational prayers, daily free iftars [the evening meal for breaking the daily fast] during Ramadan that serve over a hundred Muslims, over eight weekly classes, a quarterly magazine Alkalima, coalition building with other clubs on campus, and a gateway to the larger Muslim community MSU also provides career advice and a study/tutoring program to help Muslims at UCI.
It all sounds very, very nice.
What the Muslim Student Union does not mention in its literature, however, is ...
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I still remember giving Muslim students the tour of the building where other “religious” groups on my campus including the Christian ones I was involved in gathered to pray.
And I still remember the guys saying it was an inappropriate place to pray and walking out. I never saw them again.