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Update: Doors Remain Open for Fundamentalist Islamic School

From the Washington Times:

"State Department officials said Thursday they have no plans to close a Saudi-financed Islamic school in Northern Virginia that has failed to eliminate violent and intolerant language in textbooks."

In case you were MIA last week, there is a private Saudi-backed Islamic school teaching hatred of Jews and the merits of killing adulterers, apostates, and non-Muslims. The State Department has been having "discussions" with the government of Saudi Arabia, and after being told that the schools would "revise the textbooks by the 2008 school year," they don't plan to take "additional action."

In other words, the school will remain open, and more Saudi-sponsored throwback extremism will remain inside our borders. According to the new article, here are some of the peaceful and tolerant messages found in the textbooks:
  • A passage in a 12th-grade Koranic interpretation textbook that states it is permissible for a Muslim to kill those who have left the faith, an adulterer or someone who has murdered a Muslim intentionally: "He (praised is He) prohibits killing the soul that God has forbidden (to kill) unless for just cause." The commission said the text defines "just cause" as "unbelief after belief, adultery and killing an inviolable believer intentionally."
  • A social sciences track that states, "The cause of the discord: The Jews conspired against Islam and its people. A sly, wicked person who sinfully and deceitfully professed Islam infiltrated (the Muslims). He was 'Abd Allah b. Saba' (from the Jews of Yemen)."
  • An excerpt in first-grade textbooks telling teachers to explain "that all religions, other than Islam, are false, including that of the Jews, Christians and all others."

So, what future awaits alumni of the Islamic Saudi Academy? According to this article, in 2002, Mohammed Osman Idris and Mohammed El-Yacubi were denied entry to Israel over "concerns about their ties to a potential suicide bombing." They were both graduates of this esteemed Islamic institution.

Then there is the case of Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, the 1999 valedictorian. It only took 6 years for the school's top student to be indicted on charges of providing material support to terrorists. He is currently serving a 30 year prison sentence "after being convicted on charges that included plotting to assassinate President Bush." Oh, did I mention he joined al-Qaeda?

According to a document from the US Department of Justice, Abu Ali joined a "clandestine al-Qaeda cell in Saudi Arabia." The document continues, "The defendant [Ali] discussed plans for assassinating President of the United States George W. Bush with a member of the al-Qaeda cell."

Just keep bringing in that Saudi money...keep bringing in that Saudi hate. Any legitimate government would not permit this to happen, but we don't have a legitimate government. We have politically correct quizzlings who preach "tolerance" while their neighbors preach "death to adulterers."

We are losing our country.

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  • Anonymous Ian said:
    Monday, June 16, 2008  

    wouldn't a country who preaches tolerance be a country that bans hate speech? that how it is everywhere else. top

  • Anonymous Anonymous said:
    Monday, June 16, 2008  

    Well if "kill the apostates" isn't hate speech, I don't know what is top

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