Skip to comments.Muslims Say Easter Egg Hunt Violates the U.S. Constitution
Posted on 04/04/2014 9:03:44 PM PDT by montag813
Muslim moms and dads in Dearborn, Mich. are upset after students received flyers promoting an Easter Egg hunt at a local Presbyterian church.
The parents say the egg hunt "violates the U.S. Constitution".
The Muslims told the Detroit Free-Press that they were concerned about the religious implications of Cherry Hill Presbyterian Churchs Eggstravaganza!
They were also "troubled" by images of a bunny rabbit.
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They don’t like Easter Egg hunts, they can move to a Muslim country, there are plenty of them to choose from.
They have learned well from leftist secular Jews.
They’re just repeating the same formula.
If you don’t like our traditions ... go the hell back to ignoritastan where you came from. Ain’t nothing keeping you here.
The nose of the camel is under the tent and inching in. America beware.
I know how to to solve the problem, just change it to “The Hunt for Mohammed’s Nuts” that should get them excited.
I bet if you had that poster with the bunny holding a sword advertising a sharia-compliant, kosher for Easter jihadfest celebrating the mock beheading of an infidel on a goat they’d absolutely be thrilled to show up!
HOW ABOUT SOME EASTER HAM.... EH MOHAMMAD?
What clause in the Constitution would they be violating, the separation of church and church??? The event was at a Presbyterian CHURCH for God’s sake — are they somehow trying to claim they get to be offended if a church is religious?
Ah yes, the tolerance of the “religion of peace”. A church should not even be able to celebrate a religious holiday the way it sees fit.
Hey, you know what? I have issues with mosques preaching hate towards the USA and Christians. Can we file a suit to get them to stop that? Or how about a suit to get them to stop treating their women as slaves?
“Muslim moms and dads in Dearborn, Mich. are upset after students received flyers promoting an Easter Egg hunt at a local Presbyterian church.”
I remember back when I worked in Dearborn (2004-2006) near the Melvendale/South Detroit area when around noon the call to prayer would be blasted over loudspeakers on a daily basis. Don’t really remember any Christians crying about it.
Hahahaha, that’s a good one.
Call it a Spring Egg Hunt/Roll and problem solved.
The constitution prohibits churches from inviting the general public to their events?
I must have missed that.
But the celebration of Rammadon is ok, right? You know that taxpayer funded dinner Obama has every year.
It time we just tell them to “go to the Devil.”
If so, then we can outlaw the ****ing muslim call to prayers that gets blasted out of the minarets five times a day!
If we had a government interested in preserving our way of like, they would be going in a cleaning out the cesspool known as Dearborn.
Visit a local Ace Hardware store.
Ask for a #3 machine screw, and one for all your friends.
Ask for a Phillips head screwdriver, a short one will do, in the good old blue and red plastic.
Then, back at your place, gather eveyone in a circle ....
Install said machine screw, with said Phillips screwdriver, in any chosen orifice of the person in front of you in the circle!!!
Have a nice day.
>> The constitution prohibits churches from inviting the general public to their events?
> If so, then we can outlaw the ****ing muslim call to prayers that gets blasted out of the minarets five times a day!
This is true.
Is this a joke? They are saying an Easter event being held at a CHURCH violates the constitution?
I’m just starting to hate all of life these days.
I think we should have an Easter piggy
Have a pig roast, instead.
Meanwhile, muslim countries behead Christians.
Because there’s nothing better than smelling fresh BBQ pig wafting through the neighborhood.
Yes, infestation is the right word.
Then don’t go to the Easter Egg hunt. How hard is that?
Too bad! You oppressive, whiney, dirtbags!
This is OUR country, and we’re going to keep doing what we do.
If YOU don’t like it, then YOU leave!
not to pick in the child, just asking the question, but does the child pray to Allah several times during his public school day?
If you don’t like it, don’t go. More eggs for the rest of us.
I am so sick of all of the people getting offended.
we have to nuke dearborn from orbit, it’s the only way to be sure. /nosarc
muslims can go eff themselves. oh wait that’s part of their inbreeding problem.
isn’t there a muslim version of ‘disney’ - not actual disney but their parody of it - that runs with suicide bombers characters screaming about killing jews?
I’m no Bible expert but I do not believe it mentions bunnies or dying eggs and hiding them. As far as I know that is a secular thing. Easter is the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ if I’m not mistaken. Even if govt acknowledgement of religious events was unconstitutional (which it isn’t) I’m not sure what a bunny with a basket of dyed eggs has to do with Jesus Christ.
While dressed in a bunny costume? Yes, you are correct!
What has happened to the dear people of Michigan that they have allowed Dearborn to become what it has? Or anywhere that this cancer is metastasizing? God help those people.
“Im not sure what a bunny with a basket of dyed eggs has to do with Jesus Christ.”
Obviously, they never read the First Amendment ...
Lesee ... Easter Egg Hunt at Presbrytarian Church? Sure sounds like freedom of religion to me ...
Why do the Mohammedans always Mecca fuss over trifles?
Is John Semmens behind this?
Its getting well past time to start “playing” Cowboys and mudslimes...
Nothing. It’s a carry-over from various pagan fertility festivals that people had throughout Northern Europe in the springtime before they were converted to Christianity.
all the dune coons can go back to where they came from!
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