Tuesday, August 21, 2007


I have from time to time reminded you all of the impending invasion of the Muslim world to our shores. It is more pervasive and more effective than the 9/11 attacks. It is happening state by state and today we see more evidence. In Brooklyn NY there is a planned school with an Arabic theme to it. It is the first Arabic themed public school of its kind in the area and is fueling much debate. The reality is that the fundamental teaching of this ideology is not hard to find or figure out, it is conquer by force, with the primary targets being Israel, the "little satan" and America, the "great satan". Here is one quote from a dissenting voice from the wires;

"New York Assemblyman Dov Hikind (D-Brooklyn) said the school's children could be "indoctrinated" and warned in a statement that "establishment of an Arab school is a misguided and dangerous idea." He wrote a letter to Schools Chancellor Joel Klein to protest the school's opening.

He released the following statement:

"[Almontaser] said that 'intifada' means to 'shake off.' We know that 'intifada' means the killing of innocent men, women and children. And now, the sponsors and organizational endorsers of the school advance a boycott of Israel and divestment. Is this what we want taught in our public schools? Is this how we want New York children to be indoctrinated?

"Instead of enriching our students' grasp of diverse cultures, will this school become a morass of polarization and justification of terror tactics? Establishment of an Arab school is a misguided and dangerous idea. I am calling on you, as Chancellor, to abolish this school before it becomes firmly entrenched. At first I embraced the idea (of a school which teaches the Arabic language) albeit, somewhat less than enthusiastically, but nevertheless, I felt the country needed skilled students steeped in Arab language and culture.

"All signs point to this concept as being a precarious mistake, especially with its radical endorsements. Do we want a school to teach its students that Hamas militants are freedom fighters, and that Israel is an apartheid state? This school is ill-advised. It will not, as suggested, be a hope for peace; it is a blueprint for anti-Israel and anti-U.S. extremism. As per their website mideastjustice.org, Adalah-NY 'supports boycott, divestment and sanctions against Israel.' The school should not be opened for the September term."

Look no further, the ideology is now being promoted to the children, not of the Middle East, but rather those of our country!

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pastor tom