* Muhammedans are always quick to point at abuses in the Catholic church and claim that rape and wife-beating is not endemic in Islam. Our own moonbats and cultural equivalencers claim ‘all religions are equally bad’, but those of us with a keen eye on how the cult works know better.
* Ain’t that right Yusuf? The other day you told us you’re so much better than Catholic priests because you don’t screw little kids, good on you! But your fellow Muhammedans do it all the time. Now why would that be?
From Atlas Shrugs:
This just gets uglier and uglier. There is no respect for the laws of this land. This school has been cited for teaching jihad with perverted, vile text (more here). Now this:
The Islamic Saudi Academy is a school in Northern Virginia and is operated by the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia.
Islamic Saudi Academy Director Arrested for Obstruction of Justice
On June 9th, Fairfax County Police arrested the Director General of the Islamic Saudi Academy (ISA), Mr. Abdalla I. Al-Shabnan, on the charges of Obstruction of Justice without Force (VA Code 18.2-460). Charged and released on the same day, Mr. Al-Shabnan is out on his own recognizance as he awaits his first hearing at Fairfax County General District Court on August 1, 2008, at 9:30 a.m.
* What shits me is that Â images from a lot of these creeps Â are really hard to come by. They don’t seem to like to have their picture taken…
Mr. Al-Shaban’s arrest stems from an investigation into the ISA’s alleged failure to comply with State requirements for reporting child abuse. According to authorities, instead of reporting the child abuse, Mr. Al-Shabnan deleted the report, contacted the student’s parents, and recommended psychological counseling for the young victim. Mr. Al-Shaban’s June 9 arrest comes after a May 23rd police search of the ISA where they gathered evidence that has contributed to the charges against Mr. Al-Shabnan.
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Update, from Atlas Shrugs
US GOVT AIDS ABETS CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE COVER UP IN ISLAMIC JIHAD ACADEMY
An evilÂ Â Democrat tool, Gerry Connolly, offered strong defense of the Islamic school that teaches jihad, Jew hate and aids and abets child sexual molestation. Gerry Connolly, who is the Democratic nominee for Congress in Virginia’s 11th District — offered a strong defense of the school andÂ accused the school’s critics of slander during the meeting in which the lease was approved. Connelly is runningfor Congress. Who would vote for this jihad lover, whatever your party affiliation? Accusing great Americans of slander, it is he who is slanderous. I would love to read his list of donors, I betcha it is chuck full of Saudi blood money.
The mainstream media is finally catching up on this story and it’s a jaw dropper. Connelly should be arrested for aiding and abetting the enemy on native soil.
The State department refuses to release the ugly, spew hating textbooks that were corrected with, get this … white-out.
Note the headline “child abuse” — it’s sexual molestation —the MSM are such dangerous clowns.
Islamic School Director Arrested NBC News hat tip Patrick Poole
Al-Shabnan Charged With Failure To Report Child Abuse
The director of a Saudi government-funded Islamic school has been arrested and charged with failing to report a child abuse allegation, adding to scrutiny of the northern Virginia academy as protesters came out Tuesday to call for a federal investigation of its teachings.
Abdalla I. Al-Shabnan, director of the Islamic Saudi Academy, was also charged with obstruction of justice, according to a police report about the June 9 arrest.
The misdemeanor counts come at a time when the private school is under heavy criticism from a federal commission and others over textbooks that allegedly teach violence and hate. More than a dozen protesters lined up outside the school Tuesday, waving signs that read “Saudi hate is not an American family value” and “Islamic Shariah teaches violence and hate.”
Go Great Americans go!
The protesters, including the conservative Traditional Values Coalition, want the Justice and State departments to investigate the school.Â TheÂ State Department last year obtained copies of the school’s textbooks but has so far refused to make them public.
Andrea Lafferty, executive director of the Traditional Values Coalition, said the arrest of al-Shabnan is just further evidence of problems at the school. “The academy is a virtual one-stop shopping center for law enforcement,” she said, citing the case of a former school valedictorian, Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, who was convicted of joining al-Qaida after leaving the school and plotting to assassinate President Bush.
Al-Shabnan’s arrest came after police alleged he covered up an incident in which a 5-year-old girl attending the school reported that she was being sexually abused by her father. According to court papers, Al-Shabnan, 52, of McLean, told police that he didn’t believe the girl, and advised the girl’s parents to put her into counseling. But state law requires school authorities to report alleged child abuse within 72 hours of learning of the allegation.
Al-Shabnan is free pending trial. Police said in court papers that Al-Shabnan ordered a written report about the girl’s complaint, which had been prepared by other school officials, to be deleted from a school computer.
Al-Shabnan has not returned repeated phone calls and e-mails from The Associated Press seeking comment over the last week. Last week, a federal commission issued a report detailing numerous troubling passages from school textbooks.Â A 12th-grade text on Quranic interpretation teaches students that it is permissible for Muslims to kill adulterers and converts from Islam, according to the investigation by the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, a panel created by Congress that monitors religious freedom rights around the world.
12th grade? They are teaching this sedition and treason and murder to 17 year olds and the State department is protectingÂ them. Who the hell is the State department working for?
Other passages in the school’s textbooks state that “the Jews conspired against Islam and its people” and that Muslims are permitted to take the lives and property of those deemed “polytheists.” The school issued a statement saying the textbooks had been mistranslated and misinterpreted and that some of the textbooks studied by the commission are no longer in use. But the statement offered no detailed explanation of the specific passages cited by the commission, and school officials have not returned calls seeking comment.
Generally, the school has said in the past that some of the textbooks it uses come from Saudi Arabia and contain harsh language inappropriate for use in the United States. The school has said it revises the textbooks as needed. Indeed, the commission found evidence that individual passages were removed from individual textbooks, sometimes covered up with correction fluid.
ButÂ John Cosgrove of Springfield, Va., one of the protesters outside the school, said the revisions are even more troubling given the passages cited in the commission’s report that were not deleted.“It stands to reason that the material they left in is material they think is acceptable,” Cosgrove said. The commission and other critics of the school say the State Department ought to take a more assertive role in regulating the school because it functions as an arm of the Saudi embassy.
Also, the school’s lease withÂ Fairfax County specifically gives the State Department the right to intervene if it has concerns about the academy.Â Protesters also criticized the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors for voting unanimously last month to extend the school’s lease. The lease was extended after county officials conducted their own review of the textbooks and said they didn’t find any serious problems.Â Â The board’s chairman –Â Gerry Connolly, who is the Democratic nominee for Congress in Virginia’s 11th District — offered a strong defense of the school and accused the school’s critics of slander during the meeting in which the lease was approved.
Years of Controversy Continue
The ISA has been at the center of controversy for many years. A 2007 United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) report promoted members of Congress to call for the closure of the school. The 2007 USCIRF report prompted a coalition of concerned grassroots organizations to request the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors to delay the renewal of the ISA lease until a Federal investigation into the ISA was completed. During the hearing, County Supervisors dismissed concerns as slanderous, bigoted, and unfounded. During the course of the hearing, Fairfax County Chairman, and Democratic Candidate for the 11th Congressional District, apologized to Mr. Al-Shabnan for what he deemed slanderous accusations that impugned the integrity of the Islamic Saudi Academy.
Since that May 19 hearing, the Mr. Al-Shabnan has been arrested and the USCIRF has confirmed ISA textbooks justify murder as an Islamic right.
“Minnesota education officials need both the backbone and the oversight tools necessary to prevent the blurring of lines between Islam and the public schools”
(CBS) Most children growing up in the US memorize the Pledge of Allegiance. But, in one Oregon elementary school, the kids won’t be allowed to recite it at an end of the year assembly.
The principal banned it that day so as not to offend Muslims.
One resident of Portland, Oregon was a little surprised when she received an e-mail from her stepson’s school principal.
The e-mail said that the children would not be reciting the pledge because of its reference to God.
Instead, the students would memorize and sing the Preamble to the United States Constitution.
But it’s not just non-Muslims who were offended.
At least one Muslim community leader says he feels the same way. Muhammad Najieb says that ‘God’
is central to the Muslim faith, and there are several references to him in
Portland school officials say the principal was trying to be sensitive, but some Muslims say the ban caused hurt feelings, and may foster bitterness and division within the community.