India: Muslims Making Demands in a Catholic School

I have one issue with this article besides the obvious one, of Muslims making demands on the school. I know that the school meant well but after almost 1400 years of jihad, and the bloody history between India and Islam, Muslims should of never been allowed in the school in the first place. They do not integrate,  they look to takeover with no concerns for the beliefs of anyone else. We should never forget this.

Hat tip to our friends over at Infidel Task Force.

Sanjos Metropolitan School has more then its share of problems

Kerala INDIA – 7/9/10

“The holistic information of the students is our aim and therefore we have selected a scenic and spacious site for the school, namely, the St. Joseph’s Cathedral premises on the Holloway road 300 meters north to the Tellicherry court junction providing the most fitting ambiance for fulfilling our dream. The Arabian Sea is just a stone’s throw away and the noises neither of the city nor the traffic disturb the tranquility of the school.”

But its not all peace and tranquility.

Sanjos Metropolitan School has more then its share of problems. A beautiful, modern school dedicated to co-educational school providing education in a secular environment. The problem they are having is that the school has 40% muslim students and the muslims representing those students have started to make demands on the school. Demands that normally exceed the secular rule. Muslims are demanding that the girls be “allowed” to wear the Islamic headscarf. They demand that the male students be allowed to leave on Fridays for prayer. Now these are just for starters. We can only surmise, that if the school capitulates and agrees to these demands, then more requests for the Islamic students will be following shortly. We know that the demands just don’t stop. They keep coming.

Now this is a Catholic school. You would ask…”Why even allow muslim students?

Well…because Sanjos believes in imparting a quality education for the intellectual development of all the students who enroll in the school. Muslims included. For that they should be praised, not forced to change their operations, dress code, curriculum to accommodate a religious ideology.

” dear infidel friends we are very happy that at least someone is there to support us .kindly make aware all the christian schools to beware of these people and encourage them not to give in . the ursuline convent school kannur is also facing the same problem .” – sanjos

So there you have it Infidels. How would you react if Islam, in the United States , stared making demands at your son or daughters high school?….and then they kept the demands coming. And those demands started costing you money. Those new demands started infringing on your students rights…..think about it. Wouldn’t you want to know there was someone out there to give you support, maybe try to help you in some way? Of course, and that’s why we’re here.

Send your support!! Call or write Principal Sister Rosemary:

Her contact information can be found HERE.

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22 comments for “India: Muslims Making Demands in a Catholic School

  1. When*Pigs*Fly
    July 12, 2010 at 9:09 pm

    I fear for India , she is letting her vote-sucking politicians sell her soul to the devil…islam.

    • admin
      July 12, 2010 at 9:12 pm


      Just like in America, and the UK.

      • When*Pigs*Fly
        July 12, 2010 at 9:19 pm

        You’re absolutely correct, we are all in a great deal of trouble.

    • July 13, 2010 at 4:06 am

      Yes, it all goes back to Gandhi. If he had respected his fellow Hindus after independence, things might be different and better in India today.

  2. July 12, 2010 at 11:36 pm

    This that follows is from Denmark, I translated it with google just to save time but I wanted to share it with you because this shows clearly the kind of disrespect they show us, their hosts. And this is just small children. This is just why we must stop the current inflow of arselifters in all western countries and repatriate those already here.

    I’ve seen the future

    And I’m even more scared than I was before. I was out with the Home Guard today. The queen visited the Patriotic Society, which has 200 year anniversary.

    Right beside there is a mosque, and I came by chance to be in the final of the site to keep track of the audience we expected. There was now no real, partly because the event has not been mentioned much, and probably because of the extremely hot weather. But there was family day in the mosque, and the 80-10 children who ran around outside knew to be a real challenge. The train simply nothing of what I said to the intelligence. One of the boys were extremely provocative and challenging. All the time. And the other boys followed suit. We are talking about children in 6-10 years. All his questions were variations on one theme: Why should I go by anything you say?

    Initially they approached politely, so I answered them kindly and gracious – as always with people who addressed nicely. I told them that the Queen would come, and if they wanted to see her and had their parents, so they should put there. It was one of the boys to inform me that ‘she is not my king. Non-Muslim, it is not good ‘or something close to that. I replied kindly that the Queen is Queen of all Danes, whether they are Muslims or Christians or whatever they may be. To this he replied that ‘she is certainly not my king. We have only one king. ” Since it is not professionally or in any way smart to engage in a discussion with the audience, I asked, not whether it perhaps could be the Jordanian king or whatever.

    It was a little easier for my male colleagues to manage them, but also against the police, they had this tendency to constantly test the limits of.

    A little later I was asked by an approx. 12-13 year old boy, if I were the police? I would and should obviously not release me to belong to the police, and experience has taught me that it is hopeless to explain everything about the Home Guard and Police Home Guard, so I answered simply that I am a soldier, which of course does not lie. To this he replied with a vehemence which frankly shocked me: ‘I am also a soldier. ” The man who had accompanied the children (who met with absolutely no women up to the mosque family day), so a bit scared off and sent me an apologetic glance a la children, but I think I understood what the boy meant.

    Over lunch I spoke with a female cop on whether she also had trouble putting himself through, or her uniformed bar the Authority itself, and she told me that it was necessary for her to be very tough and cash from the first moment. I’ve heard of male officers, who also have problems getting young immigrants of Middle Eastern descent to follow their recommendations. As a result, they become protective square and hard, and then the young Arabs with some justification argue that the police treat them differently than Danish youth and not show them respect. The problem seen by the police angle is just what I saw today: that if we start from is friendly and welcoming, so you will be away condemned as weak and lose its authority.

    Yesterday was smashed a police car, who briefly left unattended in Ishoej. It can only be interpreted as hostility towards the police. How should we in the future hang together as a society, if a larger or smaller share of a large and growing minority, not only does not recognize the executive authority, but actively fight it?

    I comfort myself with the Patriotic Association have been 200 years with the following build targets:

    Patriotic Society was incorporated on 11th July 1810 with the purpose “of public spirit and power to promote the true and beneficial industry in rural economy in Manufaktur and industrial practitioners, in fisheries and other production activities, to eradicate erroneous concepts to fight against prejudice …” and “to arouse, reward , nurture and encourage in both sexes of all classes, industriousness, Wind Ships usability, useful Spar determination and respect for the country’s own productions. ”

    It’s the kind of objectives and work, which created the Denmark, we know. Happy anniversary. There was obviously no hint of trouble with the invited guests.

    The original URL just for reference:

  3. July 13, 2010 at 4:14 am

    The school should insist all students wear crucifixes. After all, its a Catholic school.

  4. Aussiegal
    July 13, 2010 at 4:26 am

    The Muslim students’ parents knew the requirements of the school when they enrolled. Therefore the school should not pander to their moving towards the goal of gradually soaking the school’s academic, spiritual and physical environment with sharia ‘law’.

  5. July 13, 2010 at 5:07 am

    Many thanks for this Chris.
    Whenever I hear that the muslims “demand”…it just makes the blood boil.
    Much appreciation to those who send their support to Principal Rosemary.

  6. Fran Ingram
    July 13, 2010 at 7:23 am

    What makes you sick is the gutless Christians who will not fight for the truth. Not only will they not fight for their own faith, they have become a liberal crowd of Islamic Apologists. For this I blame the ivory towers of academia, especially British ‘know it all’ academics, royals, politicians. Their influence is shocking, especially in this US ‘let’s impress Europe’ Admin. More power to sensible Americans who are trying to wake the world up, and EDL types. Now we are being studied by University classes.
    How about a term paper on this tweet: 9/11/2010 Int Burn a Koran Day #Islam #Sharia #tcot

    • Steve Davis
      July 15, 2010 at 1:46 am

      You are right on the money Fran!

  7. July 13, 2010 at 8:49 am

    Why enroll in a Catholic school in the first place?! Surely there are mussie schools they can enroll to instead? Then again, it’s on the mussie agenda to “demand” and then proceed to be “offended” when their demands aren’t met immediately and then they riot and/or sue…

    • July 13, 2010 at 8:10 pm

      Its noted that this is the best school in the area. You can imagine how bad the arselifter schools are.

  8. David850
    July 13, 2010 at 11:22 am

    “How would you react if Islam, in the United States , stared making demands at your son or daughters high school?….and then they kept the demands coming. And those demands started costing you money.”

    I would have to seriously consider private school or home schooling for my children; also refusing to pay local property taxes which support our public schools.

  9. AmericanMe
    July 13, 2010 at 11:49 am

    They enrolled specifically to do what they did. jihad 101. Take over everything non muslim.

  10. Mohan Nair
    July 13, 2010 at 10:59 pm

    As someone originally from the state of Kerala, but now a US Citizen, it is appalling.

    Keralan population has been equally been divided among Hindus, Christians and Muslims. The wahabi interpretation of Islam originating from Saudi Arabia has given rise to fundamentalist folks in Kerala.

    Being a Catholic school, the muslims should not be allowed to have their way. The muslims got admission into a Catholic school knowing very well that it is a Christian institution. Let them pull out their wards from this school and enroll them in Madarasas.

    Enough of Muslim appeasement in India !!!!

  11. boniferous
    July 14, 2010 at 3:17 pm

    This is so typical. Many Muslms are educated through Catholic schools around the globe. Why can the Muslims not create their own educational systems? It just makes no sense and it should be obvious to all the reason why they cannot. For some reason it eludes the minds of the Muslims. They should be embarrassed.

    • July 15, 2010 at 4:24 am

      In their minds they are the best people and can do no wrong. Everything is the fault of others. Never underestimate their collective stupidity.

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  13. radicaltruth
    October 27, 2011 at 6:48 pm

    This is the hypocrisy of Islam. They make demands that they would never give into themselves.
    It’s time all other religions say in a firm but civil tone, “NO”.

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