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Why expose Muslims to 'crimes' so much?

Reader comment on item: Other Taxpayer-Funded American Madrassas
in response to reader comment: Muslim Schools in America

Submitted by Vijay (United Kingdom), Sep 2, 2007 at 06:06

>Submitted by Iftikhar Ahmad, Aug 29, 2007 at 15:58

>Bilingual Muslim children need state funded Muslim schools in western countries. It is a crime against >humanity to send Muslim children to non-Muslim schools with non-Muslim monolingual teachers.

The responsibility of exposing Muslim children to 'crimes against humanity' rests with the Muslim parents who instead of staying in Muslim countries like Pakistan or Saudi Arabia , migrate to monolingual countries like Britian where English is the language of the native population. There are about 60 Muslim countries in the world. Why don't the Muslims migrate to those countries where they can have education in Urdu or Arabic. Muslims are living in a fool's paradise if they think non-Muslim countries and governments should spend their tax payers money for Muslims to teach Arabic and Urdu. Islam stands accused of promoting utter dependency of Muslims on the largesse of non-Muslims, even while accusing them of 'crimes against humanity'

>Bilingual Muslim children need bilingual Muslim teachers as role models. There is no place for a non->Muslim teacher in a Muslim school.

Mr.Ahmed, your hatred of non-Muslims even while depending on their good will to allow you to migrate to them and live on their social system is shameful. Your attitude speaks poorly of Islam and Muslims.


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