Thursday, May 22, 2008

And Now from the Muslim Apologist, more Taqiyya and Victimhood, *sob*

Of course we can't call a spade a spade! That would be outrageous!
Of course we can't believe our own ears and eyes, that would be Islamophobia!
of course we must not pay attention to historic and current FACTS! that would be xenophobia and undemocrapic!

CAUTION! CAUTION......TAQIYYA WARNING! Please hankies all around and violin music to accompany the whining of those who, NOWHERE in the world get along with their neighbors because they are OOOH Soooo SPECIAL!

Let's curb the rush to judgment on TIZA
By Mohammad Zafar, Thursday, April 17, 2008

Two months ago, Minnesota Public Radio, the Star Tribune and other media outlets ran articles regarding a man who was known to build bridges between Muslims and people of other faiths and backgrounds. Even the FBI and airport officials came together at Tariq ibn Ziyad Academy (TIZA) to remember his great works. The man I am referring to is Hesham Hussein, one of the founders of TIZA, who died in a car accident in January. *Insert violin music here, you nasty infidels - oh violin music punishable by death at the academy?

Now that this leader and bridge-builder has left us, some are using the opportunity to short-change true journalism. They have created a backlash of threatening emails and phone calls that range all the way up to threats to blow up the school. Right! Don't make me laugh! This is right out of the playbook of Islamic victim hood! *sob*

The Star Tribune column by Katherine Kersten that began this storm — uh, I think you mean, who OUTTED what is REALLY going on at the "academy" her second about TIZA in less than a month — OMG! She must be stoned to death for her audacity of writing about the truth twice in one month! Call the Sharia police! police claimed that Amanda Getz, a substitute teacher at TIZA for just one day, saw the charter school breaking rules when it came to the separation of state and religion. What a load of CRAP!

New to several practices
Getz told KSTP-TV: "I've been in a lot of schools and I've never been in a school where they had washing rituals, or they had prayer, or where they had a room where you had to take your shoes off."

Did she say "washing rituals"? I would hope that a person who is a licensed teacher with the state of Minnesota would be capable of knowing that Muslims do wash up before prayers, just as Muslims wash up before eating food. Right! Muslims are the only ones who wash before eating! Oh very special!
Did she also say "had a room where you had to take your shoes off?" When did taking shoes off become a crime? I hope she never goes to Japan, where the removal of shoes will surely shock her. Typical changing the subject and making comparison that have nothing whatsoever to do with the subject at hand, thank you very much.

It's sad to see our tax dollars being used to support a teacher who didn't even ask the many — yes, many — non-Muslim teachers at TIZA about Muslim practices, and instead chose to stay ignorant of these practices. It's also sad that the journalists covering this story have not mentioned the non-Muslim staff or non-Muslim teachers at TIZA. It's the saddest that the media gives credence to this Taqiyya, excuses and nonsense of a cover up and justification of xenophobia.

KSTP-TV reporter Beth Jett stated, "The woman I interviewed on camera Wednesday said she was caught off-guard by the presence of religion at the school and most concerned that she would offend someone there since she was unfamiliar with Islamic culture." OMG! it's the end of the world to offend the offender!

Last year I did my internship (for a political-science degree) at TIZA. I had the privilege of working with four of the school's excellent non-Muslim teachers. I would hope that teachers like Getz would be able to approach them and ask questions. I would hope that teachers like Getz could get rid of ethnocentric attitudes by learning about other minorities in Minnesota. Otherwise, they might have a very difficult time teaching in Saint Paul and Minneapolis schools. What you really mean is "get with the Muslim program or shut tf up! Everyone must change their ways to what the Xenophobia political system of Islam DEMANDS!

Sports and Scouting after school
I remember when my daughter, who attends TIZA, was sad because I was too late to get her into soccer, which was all filled up by other students. She was, however, able to play basketball after school, and would also like to join the Girl Scouts, which is offered as an after-school activity at TIZA. I guess I don't blame Getz for not knowing about these activities, but I do hold Jett responsible for not doing her job as a journalist. *Wahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh victimized yet again! Where's that violin???

The images used by KSTP-TV — showing children sitting on the floor — also give a skewed picture of the charter school. Excuse me? Minnesota Public Radio has many pictures of TIZA kids at their desks, while the one with students sitting on the floor makes it look more like a religious school. It's important to note that all classes have desks and chairs, just as in any other school.

The bottom line: TIZA - Tariq ibn Ziyad, the murdering military man, charter school has Saturday and Sunday off like all other public and charter schools. Oh well! This makes all the other crap OK! That means Jews have Saturdays off and Christians have Sundays. Yes, because that is America, there is the week and there is the weekend - but we know that is not good enough for YOU because YOU are special because YOU are a Muslim! These families are able to wake up with their kids and go to synagogues and churches, and maybe then visit a restaurant or grandma's house. But for the Muslim children, they don't get Fridays off to go to prayers and spend time with their families. Instead they can choose to pray on a cold gymnasium floor.OMG! Arrest the people that are so cruel as to not give special rules for these kids! Oh dare they expect any of them to assimilate into basic society of America! If we were to switch the weekends from Saturday and Sunday to Monday and Tuesday, how many rooms would be created for the Christian children who chose to exercise their constitutional right to express their religion? Answer, most likely NONE! Because unlike Muslims they do not DEMAND SPECIAL TREATMENT!

Finally, as a former U.S. Marine,So was the marine who "fragged his fellow Marines, I think it's ridiculous to use the American flag controversy to try to show that TIZA is un-American. It is very much American.

Journalists who worked on this story should be held responsible (should we jail them for reporting?)for creating unjustified fears and an atmosphere of hate that has spawned threatening emails, phone calls, and possible violence toward TIZA charter school and its children and staff. *sob, sniff, whaaaaaaaa...........where there's smoke there's fire and where there's reporters at Tiza's there's Muslims beating them up and trampling their constitutional rights......but I guess "feelings" trump the constitution?

Mohammad Zafar is a former U.S. Marine and the father of a student at TIZA charter school.

Folks, in Islam nothing takes precedence over Islam, not your family, your country, the military, nor the truth. Educate yourself!

Caution: A Muslim is NEVER Wrong, never does wrong, is always the victim!

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