Skip to comments.US Naval Academy Instructor Teaching On Behalf Of US Muslim Brotherhood
Posted on 05/17/2013 5:23:29 PM PDT by lowbridge
According to promotional material, a United States Naval Academy professor is teaching on behalf of the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT), a part of the US Muslim Brotherhood and where global Brotherhood leader Youssef Qaradawi reportedly serves as a trustee. IIIT recently announced its Summer Students Program for 2013 to be held from May 26 July 3. According to the IIIT announcement, one of the instructors for the program will be Professor Ermin Sinanovic, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland who will be teaching the following course titled Muslim World Affairs:
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Future workplace violence ala Ft Hood? Will we EVER learn?
Court Martial him!
Nuke it from orbit. It’s the only way to be sure.
He may not be military.
I thought the DADT boys at the Pentagon said you can’t do this in the military anymore. I guess they meant that only Christians can’t do it. It’s okay to teach about the Religion of Suicide Bombers and Terrorism.
So, where are the instructors teaching on behalf of Christians? Oh, I forgot—not allowed to mention those words for fear of offending the frickin’ muzzies pedohpile followers of allah, may pig poop be upon him.
FUmuslime idiot hood.
Fu to eternity.
This country seems determined to become a Muslim shithole even more so than the EU does.
I read the whole damn article and have to ponder, “what’s the point?”
All students that attend this guy’s class should wear T-shirts with “969” on them.
I hope this falls under the category of knowing your enemy. No problem with that. Now American needs to know itself.
Yayyyy! The enemy within!
Maryland “Freak State” PING!
If Christians took over entire countries and murdered everyone who disagreed with them, would our military then provide an opportunity for them to prosylitize?
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