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Mickey Mouse Must Die!

Posted by Ryan on September 16, 2008

Just when they’ve been a little bit quiet lately, one of the old world-jihad ilk has come up with this: “Satan’s soldier” himself, Mickey Mouse must be killed “in all cases” under shariah law according to Sheikh Muhammad Munajid, a former Saudi diplomat in Washington DC. 

Why, you ask? 

Because mice are impure creatures and should be killed, even the cartoon ones.  Positively portraying mice, as Disney does (in the face of shariah law, mind you) is corrupting our youth. Tsk tsk, all of you, tsk tsk.

But think about this…

Loveable al Aqsa children’s show mouse, Farfur, is already dead

Very tragic. 

“What next?” we thought.  “How can they top that craziness?” we pondered.  “Where do we go from here?” they pined.

Well, now we know — Mickey Mouse is the next target of jihad! 

Pic from the American Conservative.

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Montgomery Co. Goes PC on Islam

Posted by Ryan on June 8, 2008

Word came out about a decision by the Montgomery County Public School Council, in Maryland, that they will support a textbook that “adjusts” the definition of jihad and shariah law in order to give a more positive view of Islam to their middle and high school students in order to “avoid inconvenient truths.” 

Take this pill, young ones, it’s only history class.  No need to think or understand…  Yay! Now everyone’s happy!

However, “jihad” is not only a personal, inward struggle, but also a call for the destruction of those who threaten Islam.  We do our students a huge disservice if we ostensibly lie to them by purposely omitting the whole, true, modern-day interpretations of jihad.  Our students will not fully be able to grasp why there are millions of people in this world who want to kill them for just being them.  I bet these same books do a number on Christians during the Crusades (if the Crusades are even mentioned!).

Plus my students throughout the years love a little controversy — it actually makes history worth learning to them and gets them thinking in more depth!  Yet “learning” and “thought” are apparently not going on anymore in Montgomery County.

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