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Reader comment on item: On New York's "Khalil Gibran International Academy"
in response to reader comment: Dhabah al-montaser strikes again

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 13, 2007 at 19:30

As I said, she will be blaming anyone and everyone but herself. But again this is typical of Muslims. And also I heard from a reliable source that our dear Dhabah wanted only halal meals to be served in the school cafeteria.

And like I said before the danger about such school is that islam is bound to creep in very fast and the wannabe Arabs the tablighees would not be very far behind.

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