Islam and education don’t belong in the same sentence.
H/T: Doris wise Montrose
“Every Muslim who is honest would say, I would like to see America become a Muslim country,” he said then. “I think it would help people, and if I didn’t believe that, I wouldn’t be a Muslim.”
Therein lies the fallacy of ”moderate Islam ”and that it can remain an equal among other beliefs, when in fact it has a self deemed moral imperative to convert everyone to the desert creed, and if you resist, then its dhimmitude or the blade.’ The kicker is, Leftist apologists will intervene and insist ”all belief systems want to convert the other”, while glossing over Islam’s record around the world on what they do to those who don’t follow suit, the loss of their culture, and the basket cases these states become.
NOTE: It’s only a matter of time that you’ll hear some kind of scandal coming from this pseudo learning establishment. Mark my words, you can set your clock to it.
California School Is Now USA’s Only Accredited Islamic College
A small college in California has become the country’s first accredited Muslim college.
The college, Zaytuna College in Berkeley, Calif., received a letter last week notifying it that it has received initial accreditation to grant a single degree, a B.A .in Islamic Law and Theology. The college is a small one, with only a few dozen students. However, its founders have big ambitions, seeing the school as the first example of what could be a great network of Islamic colleges and universities in the United States.
“Five years ago, we introduced an undergraduate liberal arts program inspired by the idea of restoring the holistic education that had been offered in the great teaching centers of Islamic civilization,” President Hamza Yusuf said in a statement on the school’s website. “Zaytuna’s accreditation roots this vision in a reality recognized within American higher education. It gives our community its first accredited academic address in the United States. And we hope, God willing, that there will be more such Muslim colleges and universities to come.”
Zaytuna was first founded as Zaytuna Institute in 1996, and it was turned into a college in 2009. Its stated mission is “to educate and prepare morally committed professional, intellectual, and spiritual leaders who are grounded in the Islamic tradition and conversant with the cultural currents and critical ideas shaping modern society.”