Muslim dad speaks about school handouts
A Vigo County Muslim man insists he was never told to not go beyond the main office at his daughters' elementary school, as school administrators suggest.
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#1 Feb 20, 2013
The flyer he had in his hand didnt read anything like what was first stated....wtf?
#2 Feb 20, 2013
It was a nice thing for him to show thanks to all the teachers at that school,and he also is teaching his childern to have great respect for the people who educate them.You go muslim dad hope everyone will leave you alone!Maybe we should all say thank you for your kindness and then maybe everyone would have peace and happeness which is all he wonted!!!duh grow up
#3 Feb 20, 2013
So if what the father states in the article...the school corporation was lied to by the school. Because they said he was told not to go beyond the front desk. If you are going to a classroom or beyond the front office then you DO take a visitor's sticker. They are on the counter. They had to know he was going to the classrooms. Is it so hard to admit the wrong doing here? The religious material should not have been allowed in the school and the office should not have allowed the filming and passing out during school hours. Bottom line.
#5 Mar 9, 2013
http://www.theblaze.com/storie s/2013/03/09/pakistani-mob-tor ches-christian-neighborhood-af ter-christian-man-accused-of-i nsulting-prophet-muhammad/
Another example of the religion of peace.
#6 Mar 9, 2013
#7 Mar 10, 2013
Condemning Muslim racism
It’s time Khwaja Hasan condemned the repugnant racism and brutality perpetrated by myriad Muslims. For all his assurances that Islam is a religion of peace, an alarming number of Muslims manifest a degree of bigotry and violence that’s difficult to comprehend.
For example, there was the gruesome episode in Texas concerning the “honor killings” carried out by a Muslim father against his two teenage daughters. What were the daughters’ transgressions that led to their being murdered by their own father? It seems they had the temerity to date Hispanic lads.
When a reporter attempted to speak to the brother of the murderous father, he spat:“Get off my property you motherf@$king Jew.” It so happens the reporter is Irish, but the brothers probably view any non-Muslim as a “motherf@$%ing Jew.”
Family values, anyone?
Nor should we conclude that this tragedy was an aberration. In some areas of the Islamic world “honor killing” enjoys widespread acceptance. Fortunately, there is no equivalent for such systematic barbarity in today’s Judeo-Christian world.
It’s telling that one encounters little criticism from the media regarding Muslim bigotry. Yet this newspaper was quick to pounce on some misguided Christians in Sullivan for what it perceived as their “bigotry” toward gays. It’s instructive to note that at least seven Islamic countries have the death penalty on their books for homosexuality. Yet I don’t recall this newspaper editorializing about Islamic bigotry. Perhaps I was out of town that week.
One hears much about “moderate Muslims” these days. Estimates reveal that about half of U.S. Muslims are quietly appreciative of constitutionally guaranteed individual rights. While encouraging, it’s a pity that America’s Muslims don’t demonstrate their appreciation by taking a (public) stand regarding said rights. Still, despite such estimates a great number of Muslims appear to be the most bellicose, riotous and easily offended people on earth.
Danish cartoons, anyone?
But let’s step back from religion and consider some unsavory secular groups. Even the worst KKK types don’t endorse “honor killing.” Nor do they stoop to the cowardly practice of using their children as suicide bombers.
Again, don’t look to the media to condemn this malignant barbarism that is metastasizing before our eyes. Instead, they will offer “root causes” in their feeble attempts to gloss over Muslim malevolence. It’s easier (and safer) to focus on ancillary problems than to condemn genuine threats to Western civilization.
The inconvenient truth for Muslim apologists is that the U.S. is forced to spend an inordinate amount of time, money and resources protecting Americans from Muslim extremists. Not Christian extremists. Not Hindu extremists. Not Jewish extremists. But (Muslim) extremists.
Compared to other religions, the Islamic world contains an inordinate number of zealots who detest America. One thinks of the Muslim throngs that took to the streets to celebrate the carnage occasioned by the horrific events of Sept. 11, 2001.(The videos can be viewed via the Internet.) A poll conducted in 2005 by the Fafo Foundation, in the Palestinian Authority, found that 65 percent of respondents supported the 9/11 attacks.
But it’s the misogynist component of Islamic culture that is perhaps the most repugnant. Last year, the Arab news agency Ma’an reported that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has no plans to amend laws that reduce sentences for suspects who claim an “honor” defense for murdering women, according to his legal adviser Hassan al-Ouri.
“Why change it? This would cause serious problems,” al-Ouri told Ma’an, adding that such a reform would “not benefit women.”
Get it? Laws protecting women, allowing them to live “would not benefit women.”
Women’s rights, anyone?
The question arises: Do most Muslims view Mr. al-Ouri’s position as abhorrent? If so, then where are the millions of Muslim protestors?
#8 Mar 10, 2013
Feminist outrage, anyone?
When confronted with such egregious examples of Islamic bigotry, Muslim apologists resort to risible comparisons with the KKK.(Seriously, that’s the best they can do.)
At the risk of stating the obvious: Western civilization is not threatened by a small group of crackers who get their jollies by holding clandestine meetings while hiding behind white linen. The same cannot be said of Muslim extremists who have committed mass murder on American soil and seek to do so again.
#9 Apr 16, 2013
Sorry, but in the light of the Boston Terroist Tragedy, I don't want a Saudi Muslim Dad going into our classrooms with a video camera and scoping out the scene. And I don't think our school superintendent should ignore that transgresssion and I don't believe our local school board should have ignored that incident and brushed it off. This was an act of terroism and our la la, out of it school board members just rolled their eyes and giggled and grinned and said, well, this is just a cultural thing. And religion does cause problems. Tanoos was never disciplined. It was never even discussed or brought up at a school board meeting.
Cultural, my eye? If your child is killed, you don't really care about "respecting other cultures." These people are out to destroy us.
#10 Apr 16, 2013
Why is it that the old 'he's a redneck, hillbilly, from the midwest and doesn't know chit from shinola' pop up every time we express concern for the obiously happening violence caused by a different racial group. Wake up people, the real racist is the extremist group and the people in it. They are the perpetrators of violence and death and they won't be done until Whitey is dead.
#11 Apr 16, 2013
sounds like this guy was actually trying to be precisely the voice for islam you want him to be - a muslim who says violence is wrong, and that his god is a god of peace.
whether that message could be construed as evangelizing on government property is another matter; if so, he needs to set up a little table across the street or whatever.
oh, and the saudi guy in boston was cleared as a suspect; he's just a witness now.'running while arab' is apparently the new 'driving while black'. we don't know who was responsible for the boston bombing, but since it happened near tea-party harbor, in boston, on tax day, on the anniversary of the first battles [concord/lexington] of the american revolution, 4 days before the anniversary of the oklahoma city bombing..... and since jihadis haven't claimed responsibility... right wing domestic terrorists aren't a bad bet, either.
while we wait for the FBI to catch the scumbags responsible, i'd like to hear apologies from each of you for the holocaust, school/theater shootings, unjust wars, or other violence perpetrated recently or throughout history by stupid white people.
because each person of whatever religion or skin color should be treated as a representative of the entire group, obviously.
#12 Apr 20, 2013
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