All right, we all know that Calif has become nothing more than a laughing stock. A dangerous one, because what happens in Calif doesn’t always stay in Calif. Now, in San Diego the school board has decided with the help of CARE that the kids need to understand what a kind, thoughtful, caring, religion Islam is. They have decided to teach Islam in the schools there to combat the dreaded Islamaphobia. Of course there wouldn’t be a problem if they’d simply stop lying about their beliefs and stop trying to force it on everyone else.
Here is a simple of what’s being taught–
DID YOU KNOW? Islam was the first monotheistic religion in the world. More than that, Islam was the very first religion practiced by man in the history of the world.
I guess they forgot about Christianity and Judaism. Yes, and wasn’t it the big M who died on the Cross to save us and give us eternal life? No, I think that was Christ who had nothing to do with Islam.
For those of you who consider moving to Australia when things go pear shaped here, you might consider this.
One Greek community leader, Rev. George Capsis, has gone so far as to warn Christians not to wear overt religious symbols when they are traveling through Muslim enclaves of southwestern Sydney.
Last Tuesday afternoon, 30-year-old Greek Orthodox Christian, Mike, discovered too late the risks of wearing a large cross outside his clothing while traveling on the train from Campsie to Bankstown with his girlfriend.
He said he was talking on his cell phone when four men of Middle Eastern appearance allegedly violently ripped the crucifix off his neck, and stomped on it and referring to “Allah.”
He was punched and kicked in the face, back and shoulders, and when his girlfriend tried to help was kicked and punched by several Arabic-speaking women.
The crucifix, which his mother had given him, was bent, and the silver chain broken in two places.
“I was norn in Australia of Greek heritage,” says Mike. “I’ve always worn my cross. For them to rip it off and step on it has to be a religious crime… It’s not on to feel unsafe in your own country.”
No, it isn’t, but the people in charge in all our countries, don’t see it that way.