The principal of the school allowed Muslims – only Muslims – to leave the school for hours at a time with no repercussions, then rewarded them with a taxpayer-funded mini-mosque to pray in during school hours. The submission to Islam has been going on since 2009!
FRISCO, Texas – There’s a special space for Muslim students at Liberty High School – room C112 — an empty classroom provided by the school for daily prayer sessions.
School officials initially opened up a small conference room for Islamic prayers in 2009 after they noticed some Muslim students leaving on Friday afternoons to pray, and demand eventually forced them to dedicate an entire classroom for the ritual.
“This is my seventh year at Liberty, my first year it kind of started when a core group of students were leaving campus every Friday for Friday prayer,” principal Scott Warstler told Wingspan, the student site.
[This news story even included an Islamic propaganda video]
“Their parents would pick them up, so they may miss an hour and a half to two hours to two and a half hours of school every Friday, so I met with those students and a couple of their parents and suggested if they would be okay if the students were able to lead the prayer at school as a group, and we gave them a space to do that so they didn’t have to be in a car traveling thirty minutes each way on a Friday missing an hour, hour and half, of class.”
Warstler told Wingspan he’s never received a single complaint about the prayer room.
“Like I’ve said, this is the seventh year that we’ve been doing this and we’ve never had one issue. You know we have other religious student groups that meet maybe before school or maybe after school,” Warstler said “As long as it’s student-led, where the students are organizing and running it, we pretty much as a school stay out of that and allow them their freedom to practice their religion.”
[A principal-led idea using taxpayer-funded property and equipment during school hours is not “student led”]
Warstler’s inclusive and understanding attitude stands in stark contrast to the reaction other school officials in Texas and other states have shown to Christian students attempting to exercise their faith at school.
Last fall, officials at O’Donnell High School, in O’Donnell, Texas, rushed to cover up a student painting of the Ten Commandments and an accompanying Bible verse after a single complaint, EAGnews reports.
At Patterson Middle School in Killeen, Texas, school officials forced a staffer to censor her “A Charlie Brown Christmas” decorations to remove a reference to “Christ the Lord” shortly before Christmas, though a judge ultimately overruled the school, according to the Killeen Daily Herald.
But at Liberty High School, it’s live and let live, Wartstler told KERA Radio.
The station played audio of a student reciting the Islamic call to prayer in the classroom.
“They’re not out proselytizing,” he said. “They’re not out in the lunch periods trying to gain, you know. They take care of themselves in their group and they accept those that are a part of their group. And honestly, if others wanted to go in and learn and see and experience that, they’re OK with that.”
[What if others didn’t want to hear or see the Islamic supremacism that Muslims are openly displaying in school?]
Unlike the general hostility against Christian students in many public schools, Muslim students at Liberty are welcomed, free to recite the Islamic call to prayer in peace, and it’s “really great,” junior Sarah Qureshi told Wingspan.
“It gives us a way to pray in a classroom and then go straight back to class,” Qureshi said. “It takes five minutes instead of having to leave school, get in the car, and go with my parents to the actual masjid and then coming back. When I first found out I was really shocked. I think it was a really great opportunity and I was pretty happy for it that we actually get to have this choice to go and to do what we have to do.”
Praying for the elimination of every last non-Muslim is what Islam is all about. Tolerating and aiding the intolerant will have deadly consequences for future generations. The history of Islam is proof.
Moore said the prayer room is open from 2:05 to 2:35 p.m. each school day for any students interested. On Mondays through Thursdays, the room gets used by students – from a variety of faiths – who have lunch during that time. On Fridays, the prayer room is used predominantly by Muslim students, Moore said.
If students have class during that time, they can use the prayer room if they have a note from their parent citing religious reasons, Moore said.
PS: Reader’s were quick to let us know that there’s a brand new mega mosque in Frisco and a Dubai-based developer is building an Islamic-influenced $1 billion dollar mixed-use realty project called “The Gate” complete with a Turkish bath house and Islamic-looking architecture.
Frisco is also nearby to the scene of the Islamic terror attack on Garland, Texas and near the Hamas hotbed of Richardson, Texas where a massive Islamic city is being planned and not far from where an Islamic sharia court has been confirmed.