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Friday, September 25, 2015

The religion of peace is pissed off--again

I know it's hard to imagine Muslims being angry at us here in the West, but that's exactly what happened in New Jersey at a school board meeting. 

The board told a group of angry Muslims that the schools will remain open during Thursday's Islamic holiday of Eid al-Adha, which caused several Muslim parents and their children to scream in a rage that only jihadists would display. Some of them even wept openly ad nauseum.

The school board refused to inconvenience 5,000 to 10,000 students whose families did not have time to make other arrangements with their children at home. In fact, they made it clear that Muslim students could take the day off with no penalty, as many kids of minority religions (e.g. Jewish kids) did when I was in school.

But that wasn't a good enough offer. Unless we are willing to bow to their demands, we can go to hell.

One woman in a purple head scarf grabbed the microphone and told the board, "We're no longer the minority; that's clear from tonight. We're going to be the majority soon," she said vehemently. [She did not add that once Muslims become the majority, they will take over the schools, get rid of the Jewish kids and enforce Sharia laws, ensuring all the girls wear hijabs or burqas, and the boys can rape those who don't.]

Some in the media tried to blame the Jews for the problem. NBC New York reported that some Jews from the community who were at the meeting claimed discrimination as they do not have off for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the year for Jews.

But that claim by the media is a bunch of crap, as Laura Herzog of NJ Advance Media for NJ.com points out.

No Jews spoke out at the meeting, asking for those holidays to be included on the school holiday calendar, according to Pamela Geller, but a leftist rabbi, Debra Hachen of Jersey City's Temple Beth-El said, "I personally plan to offer my assistance to the Muslim community."

Rabbi Hachen added: "Our community is fully in support of religious freedom of expression and understands the desire of our Muslim friends and neighbors to have the schools closed for Eid el-Adha."

What Rabbi Hachen should have added but did not: "but in order to have true religious freedom in the world, Muslim extremists need to stop killing Christians and Jews, among others, and all Muslims should seriously think about amending the Koran, which refers to Christians and Jews as apes and pigs, and condemns all non-Muslims to hell."

Which proves that even leftist rabbis can be dhimmies.