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  • rnaybe they should get those kids out of there
    • Archie Bunker
      How do you propose to do that?
  • Violence breeds violence.
    • Archie Bunker
      I find it interesting that the MAS said that the video was an oversight. I'm guessing that means that it was an oversight that it was posted, not that they had kids singing about chopping off heads and killing the Infidels.
    • Linda Joy
      They will be held accountable for what they teach those children! Maybe not on earth, but eventually.
    • Archie Bunker
      Lotta good that does when they start chopping off the heads of their classmates.
  • This means they want to chop off the heads of every person they perceive as an enemy, like the Americans. I hope my Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren are going to be very strong people. They are in for a bumpy ride.
    • Archie Bunker
      Yeah, but they're in an American school, in America. So that means that they're being indoctrinated to kill their neighbors, right? And we're going to allow this because we don't want to offend the muslims?
    • Andorinha Frenesi
      Ultimately it is the love of money.. go figure. The root of all evil..
  • Yes, of course it's a mere oversight, to say otherwise would be classed as Islamophobic, that's the reasoning we are dealing with nowadays.
    • Archie Bunker
      No doubt. Most will attack those who criticize this particular incident instead of the pro-head-chopping-off school.
  • In my eyes, there are a lot of faults here. I'd like to know some more context around this, but there are not a lot of specifics available publicly. The news media is doing a terrible job presenting the facts, and the Muslim-American Society is doing a horrible job with public relations over this. It's just a mess. The quote that the song is "not appropriate in an American setting" irks me as well - the speech where the kids are talking about chopping off the heads of the Jews is the elephant in the room; the song lyrics are an issue, yes, but the context and message there is far less shocking. The MAS said in a statement that the program director responsible was dismissed, but won't say who that was nor which school was responsible, for fear of violent repercussions. But that also means that the public has no way of knowing if the right person was fired. It's just another turd in the punchbowl of diarrhea that is Islam's relationship with the US public. The truth of the matter is that most Muslims aren't like this, but while 1/4-1/3 is not "most," it sure is enough to make widespread problems.
    • Archie Bunker
      Agreed. The fact that this kind of shit is even being taught I think is their biggest problem in the US. This creates a lot of fear and mistrust and as you said, MAS is doing nothing to help that.
  • The fact that the [ any ] response was delayed, means that the controlling Islamic authorities seem to support the killing of " infidels'. If they were totally against the idea, they would have responded with much more vehemence...but they did'nt.
    • Archie Bunker
      Agree 100%. And what also upsetting about this story, is that it's not a story any more. There was a little uproar in the beginning, but now, nothing. Oops, we're sorry the video was released. That's it. Nothing will change.

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