Skip to comments.Listen to Muslim prayer call on UCLA campus. 'This is an act of Islamic supremacism'
Posted on 01/23/2015 8:08:19 AM PST by BlackFemaleArmyCaptain
A commentator for American Thinker is calling on supporters to contact campus officials to protest the fact that a Muslim call to prayer is being broadcast on the campus of UCLA a publicly funded institution.
This in an act of Islamic supremacism, writes Carol Brown. If Muslim students at UCLA cant figure out how to tell time or keep track of when they need to pray, thats their problem.
Her column provides online links for a long list of UCLA officials, including President Janet Napolitano and many more, specifically including contacts for a list of corporate donors to the university.
The call to prayer is something that is blasted over loudspeakers in Muslim majority countries and Muslim enclaves around Detroit, Brown wrote. Weve already heard enough Allahu Akbar for a lifetime. She said fighting creeping Shariah requires constant vigilance.
The concern arose in the wake of a controversy over an announcement by Duke University later withdrawn to have the Muslim prayer call blasted across its campus on Fridays. The move by school officials had surprised the dean of the Duke Divinity School, who was not consulted, according to a Washington Post report.
Dean Richard Hays said, Any decision to permit the use of a prominent Christian place of worship as a minaret for Muslim proclamation will, in our time, have immediate global repercussions. Any discussion about such a proposal should take into careful account the perspective of millions of Christians living in Islamic societies where their faith is prohibited or persecuted.
Among those protesting the school move was Franklin Graham, the son of Billy Graham, who asked donors to withhold their support from Duke until this policy is reversed. Shortly after, the university reversed its decision, citing security concerns.
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But... but... this is the sweetest sound on earth to our fearless leadership.
Call the “Freedom from Religion” people, I’m sure they’ll be all over this. Or are they just anti-Chistian?
Evidently “Separation of Church and State” only applies to Christianity.
UCLA President Janet Napolitano
What is it being broadcast from? The issue at Duke was the use of a Christian - I hesitate to call it a mere chapel because it's one of the biggest and most beautiful churches I've seen - bell tower to broadcast it. Are they using a Christian church at UCLA?
Then they can fire Napolitano and the school will be a poster child for what not to do.
This is your school after Muslim prayer calls....
THIS is the go ahead for us .. you
Get out, get loud and don't back down ... force the issue ... they are either sactioning one religion over another, or a political position over any other.
Nothing but trouble.
Next to go will be Alcohol , mixing of sexes and Female drivers ,Oh and your favorite Bacon Cheese Burger
UCLA thinks the Jews were responsible for 9/11 ...
I try not to listen to, or take part in pagan rituals. Especially ones that practice forms of human sacrifice, like Islam.
Onward Christian Soldiers
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion ....”
The Angelus Latin for "angel is a Catholic devotion commemorating the Incarnation. As with many Catholic prayers, the name Angelus is derived from its incipit: Angelus Domini nuntiavit MariÃ¦ ("... the Angel of the Lord declared unto Mary ...") and is practiced by reciting as versicle and response three Biblical verses describing the mystery; alternating with the prayer "Hail Mary!" The Angelus exemplifies a species of prayers called the prayer of the devotee. The devotion was traditionally recited in Roman Catholic churches, convents, and monasteries three times daily: 6:00 am, noon, and 6:00 pm (many churches still follow the devotion, and some practice it at home). The devotion is also used by some Anglican and Lutheran churches. The Angelus is usually accompanied by the ringing of the Angelus bell, which is a call to prayer and to spread good-will to everyone. The angel referred to in the prayer is Gabriel, a messenger of God who revealed to Mary that she would conceive a child to be born the Son of God. (Luke 1:2638).
I'd say the Muzzies have us Catholics three to five but then we Catholics don't even do this anymore. Guess it's a matter of Faith or the absence of punishment.
I will hold my breath until the ACLU jumps in to support the separation.
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