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Reader comment on item: A Madrassah in Bridgeview, Illinois

Submitted by muslimah (United States), Aug 8, 2007 at 15:58

This article and majority of the article's comments brought me on the verge of tears. I am a senior at Universal School and i have been there practically my whole life; i am proud to be a Universal student. And i am also thankful of the rules of regarding the gender separation our school because it does prevent me from temptation.

I now can go off to college confident that i wont be tempted to do anything with a boy. People may look at us muslims as being aliens because of these rules, but i find them as blessings. How many mothers out there would like to here that their teenage daughters are pregnant? Unless i am mistaken, i am sure the answer is none.

Islam prevents any of this from happening. And as far as the whole "breeding terrorists" idea, i could go on writing a whole book in response to this. But as this is just a comment, all i will say is this: We are students just like any other students, we learn what other students learn, and none of us, i repeat NONE, believe in violence or terrorism.


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