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And the war on Christmas continues... Parents Outraged At Mandatory Mosque Indoctrination

Post by barrysoetoro » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:44 pm

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There has been a wide range of efforts made to take anything remotely related to Christian holidays out of the public school system. School children no longer sing at Christmas concerts or take a Christmas vacation. They have been replaced with a Winter break, and for the most part, one would be hard-pressed to find any holiday symbol in a regular classroom. With this being said it seems strange that a school in Tennessee has included a field trip to the local mosque as a way to teach middle school kids about Islam.

Parents reacted in anger when they heard what the field trip entailed. There were complaints that the speaker at the religious center seemed to be selling the idea of a natural conversion to Muslim to a group of impressionable children. While it is legal to expose the students to lessons about religions as a way to compare cultures it is not appropriate to hold one belief out as being better than another. It was understandable that some parents reacted in anger as their students were “…filled with Islam.”

The speaker at the Islamic Center of Nashville (ICN), Dina Sirois, gave an intense speech to a group of kids from the Metro Nashville Meigs Middle Magnet School. This was not a classroom lesson about religions of the world, but instead, her account of being able to have the “best of both worlds” by becoming a Muslim. Much of her slideshow focused on the fact that her family started out as Christians, but she used higher levels of logic to find the better religion, becoming a Muslim of course.
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Post by I am Z » Wed Nov 22, 2017 1:08 pm

barrysoetoro wrote:
Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:44 pm
https://conservativedailypost.com/brain ... aign=April

There has been a wide range of efforts made to take anything remotely related to Christian holidays out of the public school system. School children no longer sing at Christmas concerts or take a Christmas vacation. They have been replaced with a Winter break, and for the most part, one would be hard-pressed to find any holiday symbol in a regular classroom. With this being said it seems strange that a school in Tennessee has included a field trip to the local mosque as a way to teach middle school kids about Islam.

Parents reacted in anger when they heard what the field trip entailed. There were complaints that the speaker at the religious center seemed to be selling the idea of a natural conversion to Muslim to a group of impressionable children. While it is legal to expose the students to lessons about religions as a way to compare cultures it is not appropriate to hold one belief out as being better than another. It was understandable that some parents reacted in anger as their students were “…filled with Islam.”

The speaker at the Islamic Center of Nashville (ICN), Dina Sirois, gave an intense speech to a group of kids from the Metro Nashville Meigs Middle Magnet School. This was not a classroom lesson about religions of the world, but instead, her account of being able to have the “best of both worlds” by becoming a Muslim. Much of her slideshow focused on the fact that her family started out as Christians, but she used higher levels of logic to find the better religion, becoming a Muslim of course.


like I have said multiple times before......the deepest swamp in our country is the current public educational system. and I mean, it's f'n deep.

the liberals control it from Kindergarten all through college. it needs to change.

it's time for an education-revolution
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Post by nolaxride » Wed Nov 22, 2017 1:19 pm

barrysoetoro wrote:
Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:44 pm
https://conservativedailypost.com/brain ... aign=April

There has been a wide range of efforts made to take anything remotely related to Christian holidays out of the public school system. School children no longer sing at Christmas concerts or take a Christmas vacation. They have been replaced with a Winter break, and for the most part, one would be hard-pressed to find any holiday symbol in a regular classroom. With this being said it seems strange that a school in Tennessee has included a field trip to the local mosque as a way to teach middle school kids about Islam.

Parents reacted in anger when they heard what the field trip entailed. There were complaints that the speaker at the religious center seemed to be selling the idea of a natural conversion to Muslim to a group of impressionable children. While it is legal to expose the students to lessons about religions as a way to compare cultures it is not appropriate to hold one belief out as being better than another. It was understandable that some parents reacted in anger as their students were “…filled with Islam.”

The speaker at the Islamic Center of Nashville (ICN), Dina Sirois, gave an intense speech to a group of kids from the Metro Nashville Meigs Middle Magnet School. This was not a classroom lesson about religions of the world, but instead, her account of being able to have the “best of both worlds” by becoming a Muslim. Much of her slideshow focused on the fact that her family started out as Christians, but she used higher levels of logic to find the better religion, becoming a Muslim of course.
ROTFLMAO....

https://qz.com/796141/tennessee-school- ... oo&ref=yfp

more fake news....
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Post by Bigbaddoe » Wed Nov 22, 2017 2:09 pm

Why is the picture in the article you posted used in this article from 2009? http://saberpoint.blogspot.com/2009/08/ ... angry.html
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Post by barrysoetoro » Wed Nov 22, 2017 6:08 pm

nolaxride wrote:
Wed Nov 22, 2017 1:19 pm
barrysoetoro wrote:
Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:44 pm
https://conservativedailypost.com/brain ... aign=April

There has been a wide range of efforts made to take anything remotely related to Christian holidays out of the public school system. School children no longer sing at Christmas concerts or take a Christmas vacation. They have been replaced with a Winter break, and for the most part, one would be hard-pressed to find any holiday symbol in a regular classroom. With this being said it seems strange that a school in Tennessee has included a field trip to the local mosque as a way to teach middle school kids about Islam.

Parents reacted in anger when they heard what the field trip entailed. There were complaints that the speaker at the religious center seemed to be selling the idea of a natural conversion to Muslim to a group of impressionable children. While it is legal to expose the students to lessons about religions as a way to compare cultures it is not appropriate to hold one belief out as being better than another. It was understandable that some parents reacted in anger as their students were “…filled with Islam.”

The speaker at the Islamic Center of Nashville (ICN), Dina Sirois, gave an intense speech to a group of kids from the Metro Nashville Meigs Middle Magnet School. This was not a classroom lesson about religions of the world, but instead, her account of being able to have the “best of both worlds” by becoming a Muslim. Much of her slideshow focused on the fact that her family started out as Christians, but she used higher levels of logic to find the better religion, becoming a Muslim of course.
ROTFLMAO....

https://qz.com/796141/tennessee-school- ... oo&ref=yfp

more fake news....
More of your changing the subject because you can't win.
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Post by barrysoetoro » Wed Nov 22, 2017 8:27 pm

nolaxride wrote:
Wed Nov 22, 2017 1:19 pm
barrysoetoro wrote:
Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:44 pm
https://conservativedailypost.com/brain ... aign=April

There has been a wide range of efforts made to take anything remotely related to Christian holidays out of the public school system. School children no longer sing at Christmas concerts or take a Christmas vacation. They have been replaced with a Winter break, and for the most part, one would be hard-pressed to find any holiday symbol in a regular classroom. With this being said it seems strange that a school in Tennessee has included a field trip to the local mosque as a way to teach middle school kids about Islam.

Parents reacted in anger when they heard what the field trip entailed. There were complaints that the speaker at the religious center seemed to be selling the idea of a natural conversion to Muslim to a group of impressionable children. While it is legal to expose the students to lessons about religions as a way to compare cultures it is not appropriate to hold one belief out as being better than another. It was understandable that some parents reacted in anger as their students were “…filled with Islam.”

The speaker at the Islamic Center of Nashville (ICN), Dina Sirois, gave an intense speech to a group of kids from the Metro Nashville Meigs Middle Magnet School. This was not a classroom lesson about religions of the world, but instead, her account of being able to have the “best of both worlds” by becoming a Muslim. Much of her slideshow focused on the fact that her family started out as Christians, but she used higher levels of logic to find the better religion, becoming a Muslim of course.
ROTFLMAO....

https://qz.com/796141/tennessee-school- ... oo&ref=yfp

more fake news....
Here we go again.....my source good, your source bad
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Post by thelionofthenorth » Wed Nov 22, 2017 8:31 pm

Bigbaddoe wrote:
Wed Nov 22, 2017 2:09 pm
Why is the picture in the article you posted used in this article from 2009? http://saberpoint.blogspot.com/2009/08/ ... angry.html
When you're putting together fake news, credibility, by definition, doesn't matter.

IOW, "clumsy liars".
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Post by brookboy123 » Wed Nov 22, 2017 10:39 pm

nolaxride wrote:
Wed Nov 22, 2017 1:19 pm
barrysoetoro wrote:
Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:44 pm
https://conservativedailypost.com/brain ... aign=April

There has been a wide range of efforts made to take anything remotely related to Christian holidays out of the public school system. School children no longer sing at Christmas concerts or take a Christmas vacation. They have been replaced with a Winter break, and for the most part, one would be hard-pressed to find any holiday symbol in a regular classroom. With this being said it seems strange that a school in Tennessee has included a field trip to the local mosque as a way to teach middle school kids about Islam.

Parents reacted in anger when they heard what the field trip entailed. There were complaints that the speaker at the religious center seemed to be selling the idea of a natural conversion to Muslim to a group of impressionable children. While it is legal to expose the students to lessons about religions as a way to compare cultures it is not appropriate to hold one belief out as being better than another. It was understandable that some parents reacted in anger as their students were “…filled with Islam.”

The speaker at the Islamic Center of Nashville (ICN), Dina Sirois, gave an intense speech to a group of kids from the Metro Nashville Meigs Middle Magnet School. This was not a classroom lesson about religions of the world, but instead, her account of being able to have the “best of both worlds” by becoming a Muslim. Much of her slideshow focused on the fact that her family started out as Christians, but she used higher levels of logic to find the better religion, becoming a Muslim of course.
ROTFLMAO....

https://qz.com/796141/tennessee-school- ... oo&ref=yfp

more fake news....
The fallacious , right-wing talk-radio “war on Christmas” is such a joke.....and the non-thinkers gobble it up every single year.
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Post by nolaxride » Thu Nov 23, 2017 12:47 am

barrysoetoro wrote:
Wed Nov 22, 2017 8:27 pm
nolaxride wrote:
Wed Nov 22, 2017 1:19 pm
barrysoetoro wrote:
Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:44 pm
https://conservativedailypost.com/brain ... aign=April

There has been a wide range of efforts made to take anything remotely related to Christian holidays out of the public school system. School children no longer sing at Christmas concerts or take a Christmas vacation. They have been replaced with a Winter break, and for the most part, one would be hard-pressed to find any holiday symbol in a regular classroom. With this being said it seems strange that a school in Tennessee has included a field trip to the local mosque as a way to teach middle school kids about Islam.

Parents reacted in anger when they heard what the field trip entailed. There were complaints that the speaker at the religious center seemed to be selling the idea of a natural conversion to Muslim to a group of impressionable children. While it is legal to expose the students to lessons about religions as a way to compare cultures it is not appropriate to hold one belief out as being better than another. It was understandable that some parents reacted in anger as their students were “…filled with Islam.”

The speaker at the Islamic Center of Nashville (ICN), Dina Sirois, gave an intense speech to a group of kids from the Metro Nashville Meigs Middle Magnet School. This was not a classroom lesson about religions of the world, but instead, her account of being able to have the “best of both worlds” by becoming a Muslim. Much of her slideshow focused on the fact that her family started out as Christians, but she used higher levels of logic to find the better religion, becoming a Muslim of course.
ROTFLMAO....

https://qz.com/796141/tennessee-school- ... oo&ref=yfp

more fake news....
Here we go again.....my source good, your source bad
Not at all. It's a matter of you reading and comprehending your article. this has nothing to do with whose source is good and whose isn't. This is about #fakenews about Muslims. And you didn't seem to grok that...
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