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Madrasa grown in Brooklyn

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Submitted by Lorie Newcomb (United States), May 16, 2007 at 13:28

Your article is an eye opener and scary to have all this so close to home. We are on track with the Germans, who have not only permitted mosques to be built with tax payers' money, but it became mandatory three years ago that all the Turkish children attending these school be taught Arabic in order to interpred the Koran. Whatever happened to the English language in America and proper schooling in our public schools.

Keep on sending your articles and perhaps we here in the US will learn.

Thanks, Loren

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