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Slideshow forced on Public School students --"Islam: Respecting Diversity"

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Submitted by Krista (Canada), Jun 7, 2008 at 17:50

What was the "hate crime"? Would CAIR exaggerate or fabricate a "hate crime" to justify their slideshow?

"We have to be good to each other and understand each other better," "That's why we offer this program." -- Hussein

Oh, really?

When Holocaust Survivors are welcomed to speak at Madrassas and Mosques [as they do at Catholic schools and churches] then I will believe that Muslims understand "diversity" to mean tolerance, acceptance and respect of all people.
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