Thursday, November 01, 2007

Belated Ramadan Celebration

The ominous clouds over Rufford Primary School symbolize the gathering storm of the Islamification of the West. I'm seeing a lot of symbolism these days. Part of my ramping-up process, no doubt.

This October 31, 2007 article, "Teachers' Muslim Dress Order," in its entirety:
A SCHOOL was yesterday accused of MAKING teachers dress up as Asians for a day – to celebrate a Muslim festival.

Kids at the 257-pupil primary have also been told to don ethnic garb even though most are Christians.

The morning assembly will be open to all parents – but dads are BARRED from a women-only party in the afternoon because Muslim husbands object to wives mixing with other men.

Just two members of staff – a part-time teacher and a teaching assistant – are Muslim.

Yesterday a relative of one of the 39 others said: “Staff have got to go along with it – or let’s face it, they would be branded racist.

“Who would put their job on the line? They have been told they have to embrace the day to show their diversity. But they are not all happy.”

The day aims to belatedly mark Eid, the end of Ramadan.

Sally Bloomer, head of Rufford primary school in Lye, West Midlands, insisted: “I have not heard of any complaints.

“It’s all part of a diversity project to promote multi-culturalism.”
Don't you just love the beginning of the article? The teachers had to dress up as "Asians." And what is this nonsense about a belated celebration? Can the oh-so-multicultural wait until the next Ramadan to push their agenda? I guess not. They are pressing their advantage, and the targets acquiesce and appease.

HERE, from one of my earlier postings, is a reminder as to what Ramadan celebrates — the codification of militant Islam. From this Islamic source, which I cited in my posting about Ramadan:
In the name of Allah, the Beneficient, the Merciful.

The battle of Badr was the most important among the Islamic battles of Destiny. For the first time the followers of the new faith were put into a serious test. Had victory been the lot of the pagan army while the Islamic Forces were still at the beginning of their developments, the faith of Islam could have come to an end.

No one was aware of the importance of the outcome of the Battle as the Prophet (S.A.W.) himself. We might read the depth of his anxiety in his prayerbefore the beginning of the Battle when he stood up supplicating his Lord:
God this is Quraish. It has come with all its arrogance and boastfulness, trying to discredit Thy Apostle. God, I ask Thee to humiliate them tomorrow. God, if this Muslim band will perish today, Thou shall not be worshipped.


This battle laid the foundation of the Islamic State...
The UK is ahead of the United States when it comes to Islamification and dhimmitude. By how many years? After all, last spring "Open Tent Day" was celebrated in Amherst, New Hampshire:

The picture's caption reads as follows:
Second-grader Lucas Bellipanni tries on the traditional thobe, gutra and igal during the ‘Open Tent’ night at the Amherst Middle School.
Can you see the parallels with what happened at Rufford Primary School?

In public and secluded locations, Western nations are, in effect, being forced to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, but not at the point of the literal sword. Rather, the compulsion is political correctness, multicultural, and the fear of losing one's job — all of which serve as weapons of the cultural jihad.

I feel like this on a regular basis:

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posted by Always On Watch @ 11/01/2007 07:30:00 AM