Skip to comments.UC Irvine suspends Muslim group over disruption
Posted on 06/14/2010 2:00:24 PM PDT by Artemis Webb
LOS ANGELES A University of California, Irvine, disciplinary committee ruled that a Muslim student group should be suspended for at least a year because of a protest that disrupted a talk by Israel's ambassador and led to the arrest of 11 students, according to documents released Monday.
The letter from a student affairs disciplinary committee to Muslim Student Union leaders said the group was guilty of disorderly conduct, obstructing university activities, furnishing false information and other violations of campus policy.
University spokeswoman Cathy Lawhon said the committee's decision will be a binding recommendation to the campus' office of student affairs if a planned appeal by the group does not succeed.
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Can we hope????
A little glimpse of sanity pops up every now and then.
I hope so!
That decision will cause a riot.
“The letter from a student affairs disciplinary committee to Muslim Student Union leaders said the group was guilty ...”
Was there a picture of Mohammed on the stationary, soaked in urine?
I’m sick of universities coddling these muslim punks, so this ruling comes as a surprise.
I say put them in a nude pyramid like at Abu Graib.
When will the beheadings start? Suicide bombs?
“You dare oppose the will of Kasim?”
“Oppose your will? I’ll have you writing one if you mess with me, Jack.”
Will the suspension be reversed when the members of the religion of peace start their angry chants, call the faculty at home at night, threaten them with violence and just do what they do best?
You never know. You really never know.
Let them riot. It will only expose them further......
Arrest and deport if they riot.
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