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Saturday, August 6, 2016

Re: [mukto-mona] California Just Took A Bold Stand Against Islamophobia

I know, for sure, our kids are already confused with the conflict of cultures in a foreign country, and many of them are having hard time to cope with it. On top of that, these kids are being subjected to another conflict in life - that is religion.
These kids are not being home-schooled for religion; they are formally attending congregation in some Mosque or Islamic Center to be Muslim. This process has potential to make these kids vulnerable to Jihadi-ideology. It's a gambling with young lives, no doubt. 
I know - these parents are not happy with teaching them humanity, and making them true human-beings. They want them to be Muslim, rather Muslim-looking.
Jiten Roy

From: "ANISUR RAHMAN [mukto-mona]" <>
Sent: Friday, August 5, 2016 6:05 PM
Subject: Re: [mukto-mona] California Just Took A Bold Stand Against Islamophobia

Good luck to California. Next thing California can do is to stop producing wine (although good quality Californian wine is highly sought after here) and then introduce Sharia Law. After that Californian law makers can all go home, as all the laws are already there in the holy book for nearly 1400 years! 
Happy days for California.

- AR

On Friday, 5 August 2016, 22:54, "Jiten Roy [mukto-mona]" <> wrote:

California Just Took A Bold Stand Against  Islamophobia

The Huffington Post
             Thu, Aug 4 9:29 AM PDT
alt California's State Assembly has taken a strong stand against a rising climate of Islamophobia in America.  On Monday, the Assembly passed a resolution that declared August 2016 as Muslim Appreciation and Awareness Month, as part of an effort to acknowledge the "myriad invaluable contributions of Muslim Americans in California and across the country."  The resolution (HR-59) was introduced by Assemblymember Bill Quirk and passed with bipartisan support, according to NBC.  The writers of the resolution pointed out that California is home to over 240 mosques, more than any other state in the country. The resolution also decried the discrimination that Muslim Americans have had to endure in the years ...


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