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Where is the outrage?

Reader comment on item: The Travails of Brooklyn's Arabic Academy
in response to reader comment: To Guy Leven

Submitted by Caesar M.Arevalo (United States), May 22, 2007 at 23:44

I wonder if Bill Gates would allow his wife to wear burqa and enroll his children in this Islamic school? Will the United Federation of Teachers send their children to "learn" about Islam to KGIA? Will the Jewish Anti-Defamation League allow Muslims leaders of the KGIA to teach that Jews come from monkeys? It seems that the hypocrisy of Bill Gates, the UFT, and ADL are bigger than their concern for the safety of New Yorkers and the preservation of the memory of the victims of 9/11.

Where are the New Yorkers protesting the creation of this radical Islamic school at expenses of taxpayers? Where is the outrage for this insanity?

If New York officials lack moral clarity as to oppose the creation of a school that teaches hatred towards others that are not Muslims, then they are betraying the memory of those who were murdered in 9/11 by Muslims who believe in the same tenets that KGIA spouses.

Thanks to the "political correct" establishment in New York, anti-American Muslims are bringing into America their intolerant and dangerous ideology.

Americans must speak up and let those politicians and socialists elements in the UFT know that their taxes are not going to be used in the teaching of religious hatred by Islamic schools like the KGIA.

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