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And the 9th Circuit is worried about "In God we Trust?!"

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Submitted by Gods1sheep (United States), Jul 3, 2002 at 15:10

This is so disturbing that when it was first introduced on a forum I frequent, there were many responders who were livid with rage. I am so glad that the parents in that area have rebelled, and even happier that now it has become a legal battle to end this outrage.

This is so subversive of our own culture and traditions, and opens the door to the radical Islamic ideas of jihad, etc., that it is mind-boggling to realize that it has actually been being done in our public schools!

Did the promoters of this insidious program have the children play act rounding up Christians and Jews and torturing them, throwing them in jail, or murdering them? Did they have them enact walking along the streets of Islamic countries and being permitted, even as children, to strike Jews with impunity? Did they allow them to burn Bibles in the classroom? I could go on and on to make the point that this is a strictly prejudiced and friendly "Introduction 101 to Islam," and is a proselytizing endeavor IN OUR SCHOOLS!!!
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