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Reader comment on item: Spreading Islam in American Public Schools

Submitted by Dana (United States), Jun 10, 2006 at 09:02

What happened that muslims get special classes and treatment in public schools? Where's the ACLU when we need to keep religion and state separate? Is this only a one-sided issue against Chritianity? If it is, then this is the Crusades all over again; and we know who started those. Granted only the radicals are using violence, but this insidious approach of forcing one religion down the throats of our children is even more dangerous than the violence. Let them practice their religion in the Mosques like they're supposed to. If they are going to force Christianity out of school by banning Christmas songs, not allowing children to wear the colors red & green, and calling Christmas break, "Winter Break," then this mentality has to be applied to every religion. Get the girls out of their burkas! Make them wear something else more in tune with the Godlessness being promoted by the ACLU and the liberal agenda. Where are the lawyers of the ACLU and what happened to "equal protection?"


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