Islam does not mean peace, it means submission.
Vernon Hills High School senior Yasmeen Abdallah, who is a Muslim, carefully wrapped the traditional hijab around the head of junior Charli Mosley while she explained its purpose.
“You can’t really understand or judge a person and their beliefs until you understand why they do it and what it’s like for them to do what they’re doing,” explained Abdallah, who is the president of the school’s Muslim Student Association.
Actually, we really can understand a person’s beliefs if we understand the source of their beliefs. In this case the Koran, sunnah and Mohammad’s life. More simply, we can look at the examples of other Muslim Student Association leaders and members: The growing list of Muslim Student Association (MSA) terrorists
The “Walk a Mile in Her Hijab” event Wednesday, hosted by the 10-member organization, was designed to allow non-Muslim female students the opportunity to wear the head covering and gain a better understanding of the Muslim faith. “This event is to hopefully denounce negative stereotypes,” Abdallah said.
How many Muslim girls would participate in a “Walk a Mile Without Hijab” event? A mile isn’t even needed. How about the distance from a Missouri high school classroom to a car in the parking lot? That’s where one teenage Muslim girl chose not to wear her hijab and she was violently dragged out of school, down the stairs, thrown in a car and beat for not wearing her hijab. Which of these girls will walk that walk?
Abdallah said the event was a good experience, one she hopes will become an annual event. A lot of the girls got positive feedback from other students and benefited from the experience, she said, despite one unknown male student who told a non-Muslim girl to take off the hijab as he passed in the hall.
Six members of the group spent the morning placing hijabs on 17 non-Muslim girls who wanted to participate in the project. They also talked about the meaning of the hijab and facets of the Muslim religion to students who approached them.
“I wanted to learn more about the religion, considering my uncle is also Muslim,” Mosley said while wearing a red hijab. “With more people wearing a hijab around school, it could bring more acceptance to the religion and have more people become more aware.”
It could bring a lot of things, including more sharia.
The event was planned last May and was not in response to recent terrorists attacks in Paris or California, organizers said.
Principal Jon Guillaume said Muslim Student Association members have told him they have been treated with respect at the school.
h/t Pamela Geller who sums it up in Chicago High School: Dress Up as a Muslima Event Sponsored by Terror-Tied Muslim Group MSA:
Such stupidity and ignorance is without peer. Cultural jihad.
We are disarming our children in the information battle-space in what is the gravest threat to their future. There is nothing in their curriculum that teaches about the misogyny, creed apartheid, gender apartheid, FGM, Islamic Jew-hatred, or all incitement to violence and murder of the unbeliever taught in the Quran and Islamic texts..
Perhaps dressing as a Yezidi slave at a Muslim slave auction would give them “a better understanding of the Muslim faith.” Or dressing as American teens Amina Said, Sarah Said, Noor Almaleki, Aqsa Parvez, Zainab Shafia, Jessica Mokdad — all honor murdered — would give them “a better understanding of the Muslim faith.” Dressing like a Christian or Jew in a Muslim country under the sharia would give them “a better understanding of the Muslim faith.” Dressing as a black slave in Mauritania under Muslim ownership would give them “a better understanding of the Muslim faith.” Dressing as a supporter of Israel on a college campus would give them “a better understanding of the Muslim faith.” Dressing as a Jew in European countries with high Muslim populations would give them “a better understanding of the Muslim faith.”
We leave you with the Muslim Student Association Pledge of Allegiance: