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I see they teach taqiyya at the schools, too

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Submitted by Mark James (United States), Aug 20, 2007 at 19:32

When the loudspeaker said "Sister Zamia," Brother Zaman said it had nothing to do with religion since "[Muslims] refer to everyone as a ‘brother' or a ‘sister'." Ha, I doubt that they refer to non-Muslims as brothers or sisters, except perhaps in unusual circumstances. In other words, the school teaches by word and example that deceiving infidels for the sake of PR is accepable under the taqiyya doctrine.

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