Thursday, April 10, 2008

Muslim Educational Trojan Horse

It was bad enough when New York City was complicit in sponsoring a school specializing in the Arabic language and culture under the guise of an official “bi-lingual” school.

The Khalil Gibran International Academy is not a bi-lingual school in the traditional concept. Rather, it is a school to teach the Arabic culture and the Arabic language as a second language.

By teaching in a sequestered school both the Arabic language and the Arabic culture, you can be sure that there is a heavy emphasis on Islam. That puts the school into the realm of being a publicly funded madrassa. This is a dangerous precedent and a severe threat to the American society by supporting a culture that wants to impose Sharia and Islam upon all.

Now it’s determined that a Minnesota charter school is acting as a madrassa at taxpayer’s expense.

… Tarek ibn Ziyad Academy (TIZA), a K-8 charter school in Inver Grove Heights. Charter schools are public schools and by law must not endorse or promote religion.

TIZA has many characteristics that suggest a religious school. It shares the headquarters building of the Muslim American Society of Minnesota, whose ission
is "establishing Islam in Minnesota." The building also houses a mosque. TIZA's executive director, Asad Zaman, is a Muslim imam, or religious leader, and its sponsor is an organization called Islamic Relief.

The evidence suggests that the Islamic training, praying and reading of the Qu’ran is compulsory. If this was a Christian school engaged in like Christian religious activity, there would be howls of protest from the liberal-left. But, it is not.

Wake up America. There is an Islamic Trojan Horse in our midst, and it will disgorge Islamic trained children susceptible to the Sharia and Jihad messages. Look in your own communities for the virus burrowing into our communal body. America must come up with an Islamofacist vaccine, and soon.

Links in this Blog:
New York City Madrassa Helping the Fifth Column


Wall of silence broken at state's Muslim public school

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