“Fadlallah promotes, sponsors, facilitates, and fosters Muslim religious activity, expression, and participation, including prayer at school-sanctioned events”
If you don”t think the creeping influence of Islam is a problem in America, look at what happened at a public school in Dearborn, Mich., a city famous because Muslims have just about taken it over. The Muslim principal of Fordson High School fired the wrestling coach because a student wrestler abandoned Islam and converted to Christianity.
Anyone familiar with Islam or the Koran knows what the preferred penalty for apostasy is, but in any event the St. Thomas More Law Center has taken up the case of Gerald Marszalek, the beloved and legendary coach.
The center”s lawsuit seeks redress against the Dearborn schools and Imad Fadlallah, the Muslim principal of Fordson. Mr. Marszalek alleges that Mr. Fadlallah believed a volunteer assistant wrestling coach, Trey Hancock, who is also a Christian minister, converted a student at a private, summertime wrestling camp. Mr. Fadlallah, the lawsuit alleges, fired Mr. Hancock, then Mr. Marszalek:
“Defendant Fadlallah, a Muslim “¦ terminated Hancock”s volunteer status because of his Christian beliefs, which Defendant Fadlallah had deemed inconsistent with his own Muslim beliefs.”…
Eventually, Mr. Fadlallah cashiered Mr. Marszalek, the lawsuits concludes, because of his “Christian religious beliefs and association with Hancock and other Christians, and [was] done with the knowledge and approval of Defendant School District.”
Even worse, the lawsuits claims, the school has become a sort of madrassa: “Defendant Fadlallah promotes, sponsors, facilitates, and fosters Muslim religious activity, expression, and participation, including prayer at school-sanctioned events. Local and national periodicals have written articles substantiating these practices.”…