There comes a point when the moonbattery is so thick, all you can do is walk away — for example, when your choirmaster asks you to sing, “there is no truth except Allah”:
A Colorado high school student says he quit the school choir after an Islamic song containing the lyric “there is no truth except Allah” made it into the repertoire.
James Harper, a senior at Grand Junction High School in Grand Junction, put his objection to singing “Zikr,” a song written by Indian composer A.R. Rahman, in an email to Mesa County School District 51 officials. When the school stood by choir director Marcia Wieland’s selection, Harper said, he quit.
“I don’t want to come across as a bigot or a racist, but I really don’t feel it is appropriate for students in a public high school to be singing an Islamic worship song,” Harper told KREX-TV. “This is worshipping another God, and even worshipping another prophet … I think there would be a lot of outrage if we made a Muslim choir say Jesus Christ is the only truth.”
We’re lucky that even church choirs are still allowed to say it. Note that he has been conditioned to apologize for being “racist” before voicing a commonsense opinion.
District spokesman Jeff Kirtland kept eyes rolling with the usual duckspeak:
“This is not a case where the school is endorsing or promoting any particular religion or other non-educational agenda. The song was chosen because its rhythms and other qualities would provide an opportunity to exhibit the musical talent and skills of the group [quack quack quack…]”
One verse goes, “There is no truth except Allah/Allah is the only eternal and immortal.”
The moonbats in charge have been coercively promoting Islam ever since 9/11 not because they really want us to become a Muslim nation, which would make their homosexual tendencies problematic, but because they are liberals. A liberal’s first impulse is to side with any enemy, be it ghetto punk, man-eating polar bear, or maniacal cult from the Dark Ages.