Friday, June 01, 2007


New Hampshire
Public School
Teaches
Saudi
Way Of Life


Saudi Arabia is among the most disgusting countries on the face of the Earth. Sharia is the Constitution. This means gays, apostates and adulterers are killed for their "crimes." Women are slaves in Saudi Arabia. They must wear the burqa. They are not allowed to make their own decisions about whether to get an education, or about whom to marry. It is illegal for women to drive in Saudi Arabia.


They do not allow Jews in Saudi Arabia. That's right, it's the official policy of the state. "No Jews Allowed."


Saudi Arabia is also the fount of money which backs the spread of Wahabbism which is the ideological basis of Al Qaeda


What could we possibly have to learn from these people?


If I were to meet the school administrators and teachers who were behind this, I would end up in jail. I'm so glad I live 3000 miles from them.


From Always on Watch:


‘Open tent’ at Amherst Middle School Cabinet.com

AMHERST— For one night, on May 9, the quaint colonial town of
Amherst, New Hampshire, was transformed into a Saudi Arabian Bedouin tent
community, with the
help of 80 seventh-graders at the Amherst Middle School. The weather cooperated, providing 85 degree temperatures to give an authentic Saudi feel to the evening.

More than 250 guests arrived at the open tent and were welcomed
with an Arabic greeting of “Marhaba” by students at a Saudi customs desk.


During the check-in, guests selected a traditional Arabic name for
their name badge and completed an actual Saudi customs form, which warned in
bold letters “Death for Drug Trafficking ” at the top.

Only the seventh-grade boys were allowed to host the food stations and
the Arabic dancing, as the traditions of Saudi Arabia at this time prevent women
from participating in these public roles.


Dressed in traditional Arabic wear—long plaid kilts, white shirts
and turbans—the boys offered food and entertained guests. The Arabic dancers
enthusiastically performed to music and encouraged male visitors to join their
dance.


Seventh-grade girls hosted the hijab and veil stations, where other
female guests learned how to wear the required head covering and
veils.



Atlas adds: If this is not the sickest, pathetic attempt at submission. Our poor children. Preparing them for servitude.
Were there clitorectomy reenactments for the girls?