“What is your attitude about the spread of Islam in America?"

A Houston Islamic academy was denied membership to the Texas Association of Private and Parochial School after being grilled about the Koran and the mosque located at Ground Zero.

The New York Slimes helps to get the camels nose into the tent:

In Texas, Islamic Schools Face Tough Road to Participation

Iman Academy SW was given a questionnaire. Among the questions:

“It is our understanding that the Koran tells you not to mix with (and even eliminate) the infidels. Christians and Jews fall into that category. Why do you wish to join an organization whose membership is in disagreement with your religious beliefs?”

Its not that they didn’t try before. And try again they will:

“Every religion and culture and different communities had to through things in America,  everybody went through their time and we are the ones going through this now. As an American, I was humiliated.”

“Humiliated?” Isn’t humiliation what muslims must inflict on infidels, and make them feel subdued?

Why would you want this in your kids school?

Related:

Kudos to this school for fending off infiltration and for sticking to core values.

A Houston Islamic academy was denied membership to the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools after being grilled about the Koran and the mosque located at Ground Zero.

Iman Academy applied for membership to TAPPS in 2010, but the association denied the school’s request. After being rejected two years ago, Principal Cindy Steffens did not go public with the story, but The New York Times uncovered the Houston academy’s name last week and ran an article about the controversy.

TAPPS represents more than 220 private schools in the state. The association drew national attention last week after refusing to reschedule a basketball game for a Jewish Orthodox day school Robert M. Beren Academy in Houston, which could not play at the time because the players observed the Sabbath. After the parents threatened legal action, Beren was allowed to play its semi-final game.

The Iman Academy received a questionnaire as part of their application to apply for the TAPPS. Steffens said the questionnaire had provocative and loaded questions, including how the school addresses Christmas. Among the questions sent to Iman Academy and the other Islamic schools that applied were:

  • Historically, there is nothing in the Koran that fully embraces Christianity or Judaism in the way a Christian and/or a Jew understands his religion. Why, then, are you interested in joining an association whose basic beliefs your religion condemns?
  • It is our understanding that the Koran tells you not to mix with (and even eliminate) the infidels. Christians and Jews fall into that category. Why do you wish to join an organization whose membership is in disagreement with your beliefs?
  • How does your school address certain Christian concepts? (i.e. celebrating Christmas)
  • Does your school teach that the Bible is corrupt? When was the  Bible allegedly polluted? Does the Koran actually  state that the Bible is polluted?
  • What is your attitude about the spread of Islam in America? What are the goals of your school in this regard?

In 2004, two other Islamic schools applied for membership and received a response letter that they perceived as hostile to their faith. They chose not to answer the questions, but Iman Academy did.

School officials were invited to an interview before the TAPPS board in November 2010, and Steffens said one board member said he wanted to discuss the “elephant in the room.” She said the board asked questions that seemed irrelevant to joining an association to play sports, such as asking her opinion about the mosque located near Ground Zero in New York City.

Steffens said another board member told her, “I know all Muslims are not terrorists, but all terrorists are Muslims.”

Houston Chronicle, 6 March 2012

2 thoughts on ““What is your attitude about the spread of Islam in America?"”

  1. As for myself and EVERYONE I know they need to pack up and go back to the M E where they belong.

    NO to the murderous scum pretending to be a religion.

  2. Gulen Politicians blogspot.com is a terrific site to go to and discover how many useful idiot congressmen and politicians we have in the US.
    Morons galore, who are basically clueless about the Gulen Charter schools, especially those popping up like dandelions in spring all over Texas. The new Austin muslim school looks like the return of the Caliphate with its minarets and its sprawling complex. Middle school kids meander the halls when not bowing to Mecca…oh hecka, what the hell..it’s only a religion, right? NOT..more like totalitarian mind twister.

    Meanwhile back at the compound, one Fetullah Gulen sits on his perch directing the activities in Istanbulshit….his cohorts pretty much run Turkey with a heavy fist…who knows, but maybe they are also in charge of the Turk’s massive sex slave industry where Euro girls are kidnapped and brought to service sadistic twisted men guided by MOO HAMed. Most telling however, is how Obama has no problem with these charter schools which have one intention, and that is to infiltrate American education and wishfully wisk its kids into the wicked wonders of a moon god religion which abhors women, loves pedophilia, goats, but hates oink oinks.

    The real pigs however are those who display such egotistical mindsets that they think they can improve our country, the US, by bringing in centuries of inbred dysfunctional genes and mindsets into the system.

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