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Georgia state rep. Mike Jacobs told reporters that he couldn't think of any instances of Sharia being forced on the good people of his state—but just to be sure, he introduced the "American Laws for Georgia Courts Act" earlier this week to block foreign or religious laws from being cited in state courts. A total of 16 states have passed or introduced anti-Sharia legislation since last February.
In 1996, she was one of the original 130 founders of Campaign for America’s Future, a project of the US’ largest Marxist organization Democratic Socialists of America and the far left Institute for Policy Studies.
Today, Nan Orrock is very tight with Metro Atlanta Democratic Socialists of America, the most active of D.S.A.’s southern locals.
The Muslim Interscholastic Tournament (MIST) was founded in 2001 by a freshman at the University of Houston. It consists of annual Regional Tournaments for high school students in the United States and Canada that take place in Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, Chicago, DC, Philadelphia, New York City, Houston, Southern California, and Toronto.
Originally posted by buster2010
Originally posted by pngxp
bring up Christian beliefs in class and you get suspended and called a horrible monster.
but send 13 year olds home with Islam propaganda and youre apparently a champion of freedom and the most well cultured person ever and everybody should be more tolerant of everything else. as long as its not Christianity of course. or anything about loving America. then youre a stupid intolerant bigot who hates all mexicans or some random garbage.
shame on whomever is responsible for this assignment being handed out to children.
and how is a school uniform even remotely related to islam dress codes? thats completely different things.
No one has to bring up Christian beliefs they are forced on Americans from the time they are born. The father is blowing this way out of proportion. The girl is taking a middle eastern studies course and this was just a letter describing the differences between the women who follow Islam and western women. I question if this letter was actually written by a Muslim woman though because at the end of the letter she said God instead of Allah.
"It represents Islam in a positive manner. That doesn't offend me as much as the fact that it represents no other religions," Medlin said. "To me, this material is being used the way it's used is like tearing a page out of text book and saying here's the whole story."
America is a shining beacon of light (or is supposed to be) because of our freedom of choice
Originally posted by Honor93
reply to post by Headband7
beliefs aren't the issue here, laws are and they are being subverted with and by this propaganda.
how would you like it if some introduction paperwork barges into your education system and insists all PE (physical education) classes will now include moonshine sampling?
and, your homework assignment was to go home and brew some?
Originally posted by mamabeth
reply to post by Afterthought
Not at all surprised that the state is "forcing" this
muslim propaganda onto our children.We do have
a muslim/christian? president in the white house!