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Shawmut

"Who funds that position?"
That's the crux of the issue. Watch for endowments.

Azzam

Yes, who funds that position?
But isn't it the responsibility of the Wellesley College to inform the parents of prospective students that "they will be subjected to ISB/MAS" ideology.
Practice of one's religion and being immersed in an ideology (unknowingly)is a responsibility that Wellesley needs to study and have open debate about it. Were there oppressive practices before? Did Wellesley find out?

oneTruth

FYI:

Here is more to add:
http://thenaturaltruth.blogspot.com/2007/01/meninos-mosque-welcomes-whack-job.html

It's all happening right under our nose. I am not surprised at all, for this is elite MA. It wouldn't bother me so much if those who support this would be the only ones affected. But someday, I fear everyone will pay a dear price for this. Not only here, but throughout the US.

Aaron S

I think we are paying the price already. We are already seeing more and more people are turning to Islam. -see http://islamicsupremecouncil.org/MediaCenter/IntheNews/wtc_tragedy/palazzi.htm
it clearly states in a paragraph that majority mosques are controlled by extremists.

Aaron S

sorry I posted an out of date link - here is the correct one.
http://www.amislam.com/kabbani2.htm

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