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On May 25, 2010, Wellesley, MA pubic school students participated
in an "opt-in, opt-out" field trip to the Islamic Society of Boston's
mosque. Parents were told this would be a "social studies" field trip
to a mosque. The purpose of the field trip, parents were told, was to
learn about the architecture of the mosque and to give the students
an authentic experience inside a mosque. What the parents were not
told is that the organization that sponsored the field trip was a non-
profit named "Primary Source," that promotes "history and human-
ities"...but only about Islam. Shocked? Then you will be even more
shocked to learn that radical Islamic groups engaging in "dawa"
(proselytizing non-Muslims to accept Islam) take advantage of
field trips like the one to the Boston mosque to attract Christian
boys and girls, very covertly, to Islam.

The field trip taken to the Muslim America Society's Islamic Society of Boston Mosque was not what it was purported to be to the parents of Wellesley Middle School students when they were told the social studies field trip to the mosque was to "study the architecture" of the multi-million dollar mosque—the largest mosque in the Eastern United States. Plain and simple, it was what all "field trips" to mosques by groups like "Primary Source" are—conversion caravans in which the Muslim "hosts" attempt to proselytize their unsuspecting prey in what is known as "dawa" in Islam, because young students are most receptive to new ideas where the seeds of Islam can be sown.

If a Christian organization sponsored a field trip for Jewish or Muslim children to Notre Dame Cathedral or the Crystal Cathedral and began to proselytize, the American Civil Liberties Union would have had a lawsuit filed before the last student arrived back home that evening. In 2009, the ACLU filed a lawsuit in the US District Court against Islamic Relief, USA and a charter school, Tarek ibn Ziyad Academy in Minnesota that was run by Muslim Society of America officials for promoting prayer at the school. Yet the ACLU doesn't seem to have a problem with Muslims in the public school systems being granted "prayer time" twice a day.

What is most shocking is that attending an earlier event (May 22) at the same mosque was ACLU's New England Education Director, Nancy Murray. Murray is a key supporter of the Muslim America Society which is tied to Islamic terrorism according to Fox25-TV in Boston. Among them are Abdulrahman Alamoudi, the founder of the Boston Mosque, who is currently serving a 23-year prison sentence for his role in an al Qaeda terrorist plot. The Muslim America Society, which runs the mosque and the charter school in Minnesota, was found by federal prosecutors (during the Bush years) to be an overt arm of the Muslim Brotherhood of America. One of the owners in trust of the mosque is Saudi national and anti-Semite Walid Fitaihi who was one of the major donors of the mosque. On March 6, 2010, Imam Abdullah Faaruug was taped inciting young followers to "...grab onto the gun, the sword. Don't be afraid to step out into this world and do your job." The American people need to understand what is happening within their society. The union-instigated social progressives that have controlled our education system since the New Deal (1934) are flexing new muscle given to them by union-instigated bureaucrats in the State and federal governments and social progressive federal judges who are now erasing the First Amendment with complete disregard for what the people say or think since they have lifetime appointments and can pretty much do what they want. The First Amendment says: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof..." What does that mean? And, more important, what does it not mean? It does not mean the US government or the courts can restrict your right, as a citizen, to worship God whenever and wherever you please. It means the government has no constitutional authority to write any law (even the laws which are created by judicial decree) which impede our right to worship God as we see fit. But, even more important, it prevents the government and its agents in the 1906 congressional corporation we know as the National Education Association [NEA] from doing what it is doing today—raping the Constitution as it covertly promotes a "national religion"—Islam—in the United States.


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