Let’s just get to the bottom line: Here is an update courtesy of Al Jazeera. In August 2010, I posted about the Muslim college being opened in Moonbat City, Berkley, Here . What the video isn’t telling you:
Bottom Line: Zaytuna currently offers two majors, a choice of Islamic law and religion or Arabic language. Zaytuna held its first classes this summer — intensive study of Arabic to prepare for classes in the fall.
“The incoming students at Zaytuna College must pass a proficiency exam – – not in English – – but Arabic. Those who fail must enroll in the school’s “Arabic Intensive Program. … At the completion of their Islamic training, students, who specialize in Islamic theology, must pass an exit exam in tajwid – – the proper recitation of the Koran.
And behind this College? One is Zaif Shakir This is the same CAIR who said it was right for Muslims to attack Fort Bragg. Read here from Bunkerville we posted last November Cair Speaker said ok to attack Fort Bragg
Radical Islamic cleric Zaif Shakir, a frequent guest speaker at CAIR events, tells his Muslim audiences: “Jihad is physically fighting the enemies of Islam to protect and advance the religion of Islam. This is jihad.”
Acceptable targets of jihad, he says, include U.S. military aircraft. Shakir once told a Muslim audience.
Zaytuna College is a new four-year college in Berkeley, California. Zaytuna is seeking to become the first accredited Muslim college in the United States. The name comes from the Arabic word for olives. (Like I care.)
The process of full accreditation could take several years. That will make it easier for students to get financial aid, and to have their education recognized by employers and other schools. Right, we will be supporting terrorists.
Script from the video:
A Muslim college in the United States is the first of its kind, its mission is to join Islamic scholarship with the Western academic emphasis on free inquiry and developing critical intellectual capacities. Zaytuna College in Berkeley Californi is a fledgling institution with only 31 students, operating out space rented from a Baptist seminary. Al Jazeera’s Rob Reynolds reports from California.
H/T: Weasel Zippers