Skip to comments.Jailed Terror Suspect Helped ACLU Draft School Religion Rules
Posted on 10/19/2006 8:19:33 AM PDT by Jay777
Recently, the Supreme Court rejected an appeal from the infamous 9th Circuit over a school engaged in Islamic indoctrination during certain classes.
The suit challenged the content of a seventh-grade history course at Excelsior Middle School in Byron in the fall of 2001. The teacher, using an instructional guide, told students they would adopt roles as Muslims for three weeks to help them learn what Muslims believe.
If this would have been a Christian class using anything similar the ACLU would have been there in a flash just as they are for a woman suing over a "voluntary" Bible class in Indiana. However, as blatant an example within the ACLU's standard of church and state as this was they were nowhere to be found. If we were to follow the ACLU's typical standards this would be a shining example of crossing the line of "church and state" into the "slippery slope area" and straight into the pit of indoctrination. So, why the ACLU's absense when the case went all the way up to the Supreme Court? The case was taken up by Thomas More Law Center, but the ACLU didn't even file a simple friend of the court brief. Why no involvement or even a statement of any kind?
Perhaps their absense was because they wrote the religion in school rules with a little help from a terror supporting friend.
(Excerpt) Read more at stoptheaclu.com ...
This article was posted this morning.
ACLU + Jihadists = destroy United States.
I appreciate when threads are posted more than once since I miss things because I don't live on FR 24/7. And here's a novel idea; if you've seen it before - SKIP OVER IT. Wow, now that wasn't hard was it?
Some have learned to say something like
"Here is a link to another thread on this"
THEY don't get a visit from the posting police.
LOL - that's a keeper
ON THE NET...
The 'SAPP"-----I LOVE it!