Oh, NOW You Like Separation of Church and State

From ThinkProgress:

Yesterday, Fox News’ Hannity & Colmes did a segment asking if the Khalil Gibran International Academy, the first New York City public school “dedicated to the study of the Arabic language and culture,” is “a breeding ground for radicals.”

As Fox rolled footage of the 9/11 attacks, Sean Hannity asked if the New York Board of Education was “blurring the line between the separation of church and state” by using “tax dollars to fund an all Muslim school. ” After displaying banners with “Islam 101?” and “Funding Fatwa?,” Alan Colmes introduced the segment by saying, “Coming soon to a classroom near you, Al Qaeda!”


Watch the video here.

Funny that NOW it’s not okay for taxpayer money to fund religious schools. You didn’t seem to have a problem as long as it was YOUR religion. Welcome to hypocrisy.


3 Responses to Oh, NOW You Like Separation of Church and State

  1. uranass says:

    I am interested to learn of exactly what you were refering to when you wrote “You didn’t seem to have a problem as long as it was YOUR religion.” Although I hate to jump the gun, it seems to me you are attempting to compare apples to oranges with your spin. Please correct me if I’m wrong. I honestly don’t know of what other religion’s taxpayer funded school you seem to be eluding to.

  2. Respectedsir, madam.

    Sub: scholarship

    I am khaja ubedullah we have four children they are studding in one private school
    Priyadarshini high snool Golconda Hyderabad A P in INDIA.
    I working as security supervisor in one of private company so we need help for you
    Can you sujest me where can i cullect scholer ship for lower education for my children.
    Pls can you give me some better subjections me.

    Khaja ubedullah
    H.no 9-8-83/2/d
    fathe darvaja
    Dhankota road
    Near nooranimasjid
    golconda. 500008



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