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Madrassas need to be closed or not allowed to open

Reader comment on item: A Madrassah in Bridgeview, Illinois

Submitted by David Davila (United States), Jun 21, 2005 at 21:53

We Americans seem to have devolved into a United Nations style people with hand-wringing and much talk but no action.

By now we should be well informed about the Islamist agenda.

The madrassas should be closely surveilled and if they do not have a curriculum other than the koran or they have anti-American teachings, they need to be closed down. The teachers need to be prosecuted for sedition. If they teach the eventual
islamization of our institutions and the destruction of religious tolerance, they strike at the very basis of our society, what has made it great, and moves us towards the day when we have to accede to their "religion" whether we want to or not. Because it destroys our freedoms, It consitutes sedition. They are using our very tolerance to arrive at an intolerant end.

...I am sick of hearing about muslim this and that. They should have no preferential treatment in any case. It has become increasingly apparent that there are rules being made against Christian/Jewish communication, but islamic communication is being protected and promoted. We are still the majority (Christian) and we should not tolerate that our right to worship as we please be taken from us. The time to act is now and support all legal actions that counteract their seditious ways while we can still fight them.

Atheists, humanists, and non-Christians should note that you are also on the hit list once the muslims take over. In the meantime, they will use you against the Christians and Jews. There is no respite from their agenda. They should not believe that they are exempt from the destructive ways.

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