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Submitted by Domenic Pepe (United States), Apr 25, 2007 at 01:06

How can the New York City Board of Education have the arrogance to implement A US Taxpayer Supported Madrasa? Why not just teach arabic in a variety of different schools as part of an elective language curriculum?

Did American school boards allow the nazis to open US taxpayer public funded International German language schools in the USA during the 1930's and 1940's? I don't think so. Are US public school educators sinking into the mire of islamic psychopathology? How close to treason can one tread before the alarm is sounded?

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