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Now that President Trump has shown that he will not submit to intimidation over Jerusalem, Islamic supremacists are trying a new tactic to bring him to heel: intimidation. “Christmas Is Canceled: Nazareth’s Muslim Mayor Bans Traditional Christmas Celebrations in Christ’s Childhood Home,” by Jack Montgomery, Breitbart, December 16, 2017 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
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“These people know that those cowardly Germans will do nothing about it.” Of course. To do anything would be “Islamophobic.” In any case, with the Islamic State threatening to commit jihad mass murder at Christmas markets in Europe, a little Arabic music is a reprieve. These protesters must be “moderates.” “German Christmas market disrupted by […]
EDITORIAL: QLD bans school kids linking JESUS to Christmas.
Our government has aloud this problem into Australia… start sending these people back… l for one do not want my tax monies spent on paying for there center link payments or there time in jail.
Santa, Christmas trees ‘not appropriate’ for holidays, students told at University event
Who are the swine who are foisting this on us?
Santa Claus, Christmas trees and the colors red and green are examples of inappropriate “religious iconography” during the holiday season, according to a paper distributed during a “Respecting Religious Diversity” event at the University of Minnesota.
“Jewish Hanukkah” is targeted, too, with menorahs and the colors blue and white also described as being “not appropriate.”
“Consider neutral-themed parties such as a ‘winter celebration,’” the handout read. “Decorations, music, and food should be general and not specific to any one religion.”
It was part of a Dean’s Dialogues “Religious Diversity and Holidays” event within the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences earlier this month, and was first reported on by the College Fix.
“Our religious/spiritual beliefs and practices can play a key role in our identity but can be ‘off limits’ for discussion especially in public spaces,” part of the event’s description read.
The controversial handout listed about a dozen items “not appropriate for gatherings and displays at this time of year since they typically represent specific religious iconography.”
Those items include bows, angels, Christmas trees, dreidels, Nativity scenes, wrapped gifts, menorahs, bells, doves, Santa Claus, and the Star of Bethlehem. It also listed avoiding the colors red and green for their connection to “Christian tradition” and blue and white for their connection to “Jewish Hanukkah.”
Students were encouraged to report a bias incident of “inappropriate religious celebrations in your work or learning environment” to the Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action.
The document was a “conversation piece to facilitate dialogue at a voluntary, internal college event on respecting religious diversity in the workplace,” university spokesperson, Emma Bauer, told Fox News.
While the handout refers to EOAA as “us,” Bauer said it doesn’t reflect university, EOAA or CFANS official guidance.
Colleges across the nation, like the University of Minnesota, have issued guidelines banning Christmas-related items – from Santa to Jesus – in the name of inclusivity.