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Arab institutes schools etc.

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Submitted by Guy Leven-Torres (Agricola) (United Kingdom), May 22, 2007 at 10:33

This is all part of a worldwide Islamically funded program to push acceptance and conversion to Islam. Britain's universities are now top heavy with Arab departments and courses on Arabic and culture. The same goes for Europe where it is actively encouraged by the EU elite in Brussels. They go even further and have now oultawed anti Islamic speech and any criticism of Arab policies. If anybody tries they get the 'Islamaphobic' label and racist tag.

Recently a group of students at Cambridge wrotea satire on Mohammed, repupblished one of the 'controversial' cartoons that all these Moslems rioted about, and had to hide in fear of their lives. The police instead of punishing the persons responsible for the death threats, tried to bring charges against the students. Cambridge university is becoming like all British universities a hotbed of Islamism, much to the discomfort of students. My own university actually now has an unoficial policy of not taking too many students from one particular source for fear of upsetting other racial groups and religions, in particular the Japanese that it relies upon to fund much of its activities.

Other universities are awash with burkas and headscarves, especially in London and Leeds that recently prevented a German professor from speaking out on the connection between juihadists and the old Nazi NSDAP.

As for being 'Islamaphobic' I think one could claim that title, since I object strongly to social engineering schemes and political takeovers by foreign cultures and religions that killed friends of mine! If that is now against the law then so be it. As for concerns about rapid and intense Islamisation of once superior education centres and the wearing of burkas etc, I object to that as well. It makes me feel threatend. If that makes me 'Racist' then I most certainly am!

I remember travelling last year on the London Tube and we stopped at a station in an Isamic area. Eleven women covered in black from head to toe and veiled got on the train. I quickly removed myself from the carriage and joined a bunch of Jewish Rabbis with luggage. The whole carriage was tense with concern!

I quite understand the concerns of New York parents. The burka and all Islamic clothing should be banned as a security risk, as anti social and an un- American undemocratic activity, since the wearing of them is a political statement (admitted by the Moslems themselves), as is the placement of Islamic centres and cultural/ linguistic schools and departments within New York. This is all political activity as it is in Britain and Europe and should be stopped immediately!

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