Monday, March 23, 2009
Video: Inside Saudi Academy Hearing
In response to the WaPo article dismissing concerns about the ISA teachings, realcourage.com sums it up best:
For equality and liberty to survive, supremacism of any kind must be consistently challenged without fear. If this had been a South African-supported school during the apartheid era, with a documented history of textbooks teaching children white supremacism and hatred to other races, I would have the same problem with it. Or any other institution with a history of supremacist textbooks teaching hate and
This is why it is so important to defend our shared inalienable human rights of equality and liberty, as I am doing at realcourage.org
Would those who claim we don't have a right to defend equality and liberty call our defense as "hate propaganda" if we were challenging an institution supporting racial supremacists? Or challenging South African apartheid advocates? Or challenging the history of racial supremacism in America?
AtlasShrugs and SaudiWatch have further analysis of the Islamic Saudi Academy’s litany of offenses here and here.