It’s endless. The leftist elites are ramming this genocidal ideology down our throats and demanding that we sacrifice our children to its altar.
I warn of this indoctrination and inculcation and what you can do about it in my book, Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance.
“Parents Question Choice To Sing ‘Allahu Akbar’ At Holiday Concert,” CBS news, December 17, 2015 (thanks to Van):
BLAINE, Minn. (WCCO) — Some parents in the Anoka-Hennepin School District are questioning a choir teacher’s decision to use a song about Ramadan performed in Arabic at a holiday concert.
At Thursday night’s concert at Blaine High School, one of the songs students will be singing includes Arabic words, including the phrase “Allahu Akbar,” which means “God is great.”
Actually it means Allah is greater [than your god].
Christian and Jewish songs will be performed as well, but the Ramadan song is getting all the attention.
Allahu akbar is not a “Ramadan” song. But this is how CBS sells this pile of dung. Oh, and it’s not even Ramadan, that was months ago.
It started with a post on Facebook. A parent of a ninth-grade Blaine choir student posted the lyrics to the song the choir has been practicing. When others learned students would be singing the song on Thursday, the comments took a turn.
One person posted, “No child should be forced to sing a song about the Muslims and the religion of hatred.”
Another parent, who didn’t want to be identified, told WCCO phone that considering the recent events in Paris and San Bernardino, singing a song about Allah would be “insensitive.”
The Anoka- Hennepin School District said they have received about a dozen complaints about the song. Some are from parents, some are from people not even affiliated with the school.
In a statement, the district said that they have students from many different backgrounds and cultures, and they promote equal opportunities for all students.
“Songs are not performed in a worship setting or to promote religion,” the district’s statement said. “but rather in [an] educational setting where students are learning and performing music.”
A spokesman for the district said the Arabic song will be sung during an audience participation portion of the concert.
During that time, a Jewish song and Christian songs, such as “Away in the Manger” and “Silent Night,” will be sung as well. A hallelujah chorus will also be sung near the end of the program.
While the Ramadan song mentions brotherhood and peace, the district says that any student who doesn’t feel comfortable singing it doesn’t have to. Their grade will not be affected.
There is no brotherhood and peace under Islam. Show me a country under Islamic law with brotherhood and peace.
Courtesy of Pamela Geller.