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The relentless push to islamicize the public square, and in this case the public school, escalates in New York City. Fresh on the heels of Muslim school holidays comes this demand for halal food in the New York City public schools.

According to these well-coached children, the vegetarian option is not sufficient because “we don’t get the protein that we need.” These kids look hardly undernourished, and frankly, if protein is your thing, then why not bring hard-boiled eggs to school, or beef jerky?

Because it’s not about the food, it’s about Islamic supremacism.

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The fact is that the NYC school system is 10% Muslim (if that). If food choice is so important to them, why not bring their own food?  The Muslima claims that not having halal food and having to eat peanut butter and jelly makes her “feel different.” But the fact is that she is choosing to be different. And her community is forcing the general population to conform to their ideology.

One parent said (with a straight face, no less): “As a parent it is your duty to insure your child does not go without food the whole day and if that makes him weak and inattentive maybe he will lose interest in going to school.” You can’t make this stuff up. Now poor parenting is the lunch lady’s fault. Forgive me if I don’t buy the poor malnourished child propaganda. Growing up, there was never a hot lunch option in my public school, and we all did rather well. It’s just another way of imposing Islam on the secular marketplace.

Next thing we know, they’ll be blaming the lack of halal meat in the school for why their children go jihad.

They have achieved this islamization in the UK, and that country is doomed.

Video hat tip thanks to Halal Pork Shop (hat tip Claude)

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Pamela Geller is the Editor of