Middle East studies in the News
Minnesota: Parents Question Public High School's Choice to Sing "Allahu Akbar" at Holiday Concert
by Robert Spencer
"No child should be forced to sing a song about the Muslims and the religion of hatred." Uh oh. That kind of talk is going to get the Multiculturalist Victimhood Re-educators swarming into Blaine, Minnesota.
"Another parent, who didn't want to be identified, said by phone that considering the recent events in Paris and San Bernardino, singing a song about Allah would be 'insensitive.'" Indeed. And much more than insensitive.
Muhammad Atta reminded himself in a document he wrote right before he hijacked a jetliner on September 11, 2001 to scream "Allahu akbar" as he took control of the plane, for, he said, that scream struck terror into the hearts of the Infidels.
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