A school-board meeting in New Jersey descended into chaos when a room full of angry Muslim parents were denied a last-minute request by its members. Tempers were so raw last Thursday when the Jersey City Board of Education decided not to close schools for the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha that officials had to order security to “take charge.” The holiday falls on Sept. 24. “We’re going to be the majority soon!” said one woman into a microphone, WNBC-TV reported Sept. 17.
The speaker’s statement echoed a top Islamic preacher, Sheikh Muhammad Ayed, who said during a recent sermon at Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa mosque of Muslims taking root in America and Europe, “We will breed children with them, because we shall conquer their countries – whether you like it or not,” WND reported. Board member Gerald Lyons tried to explain the “undue hardship” closing schools on short notice would cause for up to 10,000 parents, but attendees were not placated. Muslim parents are permitted to take their children out of school for an excused religious absence with no penalty, WNBC reported. FULL REPORT