Angry Muslims Taunt NJ School Officials: “We’re Going to Be the Majority Soon”

Sep 23, 2015 by

 

Jim Hoft –

Muslim parents taunted school officials in Jersey City, New Jersey after schools would not close for Eid al-Adha.
“We’re going to be the majority soon!”

At one point at least one person was escorted from the room.
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Some members of the Jewish faith said they felt they were being discriminated against because they weren’t getting their own school days off for holidays like Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. So the school board decided to keep schools open for Eid al-Adha.

The Blaze reported:

The Jersey City Board of Education voted last week not to close schools for the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, one of the most important holidays for Muslims.

School board members in New Jersey made their decision Thursday despite appeals from Muslim attendees who showed up to advocate that the board change the school schedule.

At one point, things became so heated that an official urged security to “take charge” of the situation. At least one person was seen on video being esc

Source: VIDEO=> Angry Muslims Taunt NJ School Officials: “We’re Going to Be the Majority Soon” – The Gateway Pundit

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    ronee groff

    The greatest number of any group will not win the day. We are a country of laws and a country that has embraced
    separation of State and church, mosque, synagogue, temple, etc. as the law of the land. No one says a student can’t stay out of
    school for a religious holiday as long as they make up the work. No one says one religion has preference over another.
    No says any religious law is or population has power over another. We are a country that is unlike any other for the diversity that has come with the immigrants who decided to be Americans. If it was not understood before they got here it must be understood now. Coming wihtout the tolerance for others is unAmerican and unacceptable. You are welcome to this land and our culture as a citizen, not to change it but embrace it. If the intent of some is to take over this patch work quilt of humanity it will need to redefine its purpose and its goal. This goes for any culture or people.

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