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‘INTIFADA’ PRINCIPAL RESIGNS

Posted by thebosun on August 10, 2007

Intifada NYC, Courtesy of NY Post 

Courtesy of the NY Post

August 10, 2007 — The principal of the city’s controversial, new Arabic academy resigned this morning in the wake of her comments that condoned “Intifada NYC” T-shirts.

Debbie Almontaser’s resignation comes just days after The NY Post reported that the inflammatory shirts were being sold by an Arab activist group headquartered in the same storefront as a Yemeni-American association that Almontaser heads.

Instead of condemning the shirts, Almontaser attempted to justify them, provoking a huge outcry from residents and elected officials who said she would not be appropriate to head the Khalil Gibran International Academy, which will focus on Arabic culture, history and language.

For the rest of the story at the NY Post: Intifada Principle Resigns

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4 Responses to “‘INTIFADA’ PRINCIPAL RESIGNS”

  1. PlumDucky said

    Wanna see what’s been kept from us since 9/11?

    The Muslim Brotherhood “Project”

  2. PlumDucky said

    (Sorry, the first link was in error) Wanna see what’s been kept from us since 9/11?

    The Muslim Brotherhood “Project”

  3. thebosun said

    Thank you for your comments Plum Ducky

    R/ Bosun

  4. Plum Ducky said

    Well, I’m not sure what happened with my above comments. The URL for The Muslim Brotherhood Project is supposed to be:

    http://whengoodmendonothing.com/muslimbrotherhoodproject.htm

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