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Tax payer money should not support any such thing as Khalil Gibran masquerading school

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Submitted by Prashant (United States), Jul 2, 2011 at 01:58

Dear Dr Pipes:

Taxpayer's money should not support any school that favor one single ethnicity, language, culture or religion. It is as simple as that. As a Hindu taxpayer citizen to America, I abhor the fact that my hard earned money is being diverted by the government to a sectarian school. If someone in our government sponsors a bill to stop this practice, I will support that bill.

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