Sunday, October 17, 2010

Muslim school in Minnesota responds with intimidation

It is a very rare day when I find myself on the same side as the ACLU but I believe in giving credit where credit is due and I applaud their efforts in this case.

Please take time to read this sobering article in the Minneapolis Star Tribune about how the ACLU is challenging an Islamic public school in Minneapolis...and how the [moderate] Muslims supporting this school are responding with intimidation. See also Jihad Watch.

1 comment:

clayboggess said...

If this were a private school I would say that they have a right to do what they want within reason. So to, the parents have a right to move their students to another school if this school doesn’t meet their expectations. However, since this is a publicly-funded school the tax payers have a right to say what happens to this school.

Clay Boggess