MICHIGAN MUSLIMS’ SHIRTS GLORIFY 9 / 11
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MICHIGAN MUSLIMS’ SHIRTS GLORIFY 9 / 11

Windham : ME : USA | Jan 06, 2010 at 6:42 AM PST
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J. Grant Swank, Jr.


High school students wear sweatshirts depicting Twin Towers. The number “11” is drawn as two towers.


Flying into the Twin Towers is an airplane, preparing to crash and destroy. The aircraft is a thunderbird, the school’s mascot.


Beneath the graphics is this Islamic praise slogan: “YOU CAN’T BRING US DOWN.”


Newsfeeds describe the youth as Dearborn Michigan “Arabic” students attending Edsel Ford High School.


Reporters editorialize by stating that “Islam and Muslim immigration should have never been allowed here.”


Read “Sweatshirt Sparks School Controversy” with video at http://loganswarning.com/?p=727





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