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The Islamification of Texas

Leonard67 Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 9:27 AM
Makes my blood boil. Any and all sources of islamification need to be ferreted out and done away with. All instances of islam or muslim teachings should be against the law. That form of religion/social/judical theology is contradictory to our Constitution and therefore Illegal. It's main purpose and goal is the subversion of this nation.
Texas Chris Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 11:15 AM
Against the law? Sorry, no, that's not only unconstitutional, it's ANTI constitutional.
Leonard67 Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 9:26 PM
Oh really: So let me get this straight. You think it is ok for another culture to come into our country and set up shop teaching specifically to overthrow our country, Constitution, and way of life. I say that is illegal and against so many laws already on the books it isn't funny and it isn't. If you have read and or studied the koran you would know and understand exactly what their agenda specifically is. And I won't tolerate it. And if you do then you are as well part of the problem
jimmylynn Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 11:05 AM
I agree there should be no Muslim religious teachings, there is no place for it in our public schools. I do not agree that all study of Muslims and their culture are bad. Know your enemy.

Imagine browsing Facebook one day and discovered a photograph of your 14-year-old daughter wearing a burqa – at school.

That’s exactly what happened to a parent in Lumberton, Tex. She asked me not to disclose her identity because she fears for her daughter’s safety.

Her daughter’s world geography class was supposed to be learning about the continents. Instead, they were given a tutorial in Islam – complete with authentic Muslim garments. Some of the young ladies were photographed – and the image has now gone viral.

The students were told the purpose of the class was to change their perceptions of...