American Students Could Face Charges for Desecrating Allah

American Students Could Face Charges for Desecrating Satan (Allah)

Students Could Face Charges for Desecrating Satan (Allah)

John R. Houk

© March 11,


What is it you think of when you
see Mohammedans in America
and abroad burning the United
States flag? Most Americans would not be
pleased but our heritage would view our flag desecration as freedom of speech
or expression. Some Americans further down the Right side of the scale may even
react with hostile anger. Some Americans further down the Left side of the
scale may actually cheer the Mohammedans along (because Lefties tend to be America


Recently some College
Republicans at San Francisco
State University
stepped on the flags of Hezbollah and Hamas at a college function. These
Republican kids did not burn Mohammed in effigy or even the flags of terrorist
organizations that are not even sovereign nations; they merely stepped on the


A Mohammedan placed an official
complaint that the act of stepping on Hezbollah and Hamas flags was an insult
to Allah. Further the complaint stipulates that the young Republicans were
inciting violence and hate crime by “stepping” on the Hezbollah and
Hamas flags.


SFSU is actually investigating
the matter and considering punishment. Can
you believe it?! Mohammedans protest in the most inciteful of manners even on American
yet stepping on the flags of the enemies of America is
a hate crime, it is incredulous!


Hamas, Hezbollah flags used in college Republicans protest

Posted: March 10, 2007
1:00 a.m. Eastern
© 2007

College Republicans at San Francisco State University desecrated the name of Allah by stepping on
makeshift Hezbollah and Hamas flags, charged school officials who brought the
students before a hearing yesterday.

The trouble began at an Oct. 17 anti-terrorism rally in which the students
stepped on butcher paper painted to resemble the flags of the Middle East
terrorist organizations Hamas and Hezbollah. The College Republicans say they
simply copied the script from an image on the Internet and didn’t know it bore
the name of Allah in Arabic script.

University spokeswoman Ellen Griffin, however, told San Francisco Chronicle
columnist Debra J. Saunders the university "stands behind this
process" of investigating the students for possible punishment.

"I don’t believe the complaint is about the desecration of the flag,"
Griffin said. "I believe that the complaint is the desecration of

(This image is on the Hezbollah Flag.)

The university has 10 days from the time of the hearing to decide whether to
sanction the students.

Greg Lukianoff, president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education,
or FIRE, which represents the students, insisted the school has no basis for
punishing them.

"The College Republicans engaged in unequivocally protected political
expression, and it strains all credibility to think the SFSU administration
does not know this," he said. "There is nothing to try or investigate
here other than protected expression."

Ten days after the incident, a student filed a formal complaint with the
university against the campus group, alleging "attempts to incite violence
and create a hostile environment" and "actions of incivility."

FIRE argues the university’s Office of Student Programs and Leadership
Development could have settled the matter informally or dismissed the charges
instead of pressing forward today with a hearing.

The legal advocacy group sent a letter to SFSU President Robert A. Corrigan Jan.
23 arguing no American public institution can lawfully prosecute students for
engaging in political protest or for desecrating religious symbols.

FIRE asserted "incitement" and creating a "hostile
environment" are legal terms not applicable to the College Republicans’
actions of stepping on flags.

"SFSU has a duty to uphold the First Amendment rights of all of its
students, even if their expressive activity offends the religious sensibilities
of some," the letter stated.

University officials wrote back Jan. 29, saying the school would continue to
investigate the complaint "to give all parties the confidence that they
will be heard and fairly treated by a panel that includes representatives of
all the university’s key constituencies."

A follow-up letter by FIRE urged Corrigan to call off the hearing,
warning "if you continue to ignore your constitutional obligations, you risk
personal liability for depriving your students of their rights."

"This is not even a close call, legally speaking," FIRE Vice
President Robert L. Shibley contended. "The First Amendment protects using
or destroying flags in political protest, and even SFSU administrators must
realize that they cannot prosecute students for failing to respect a religious

American Students Could
Face Charges for Desecrating Satan (Allah)

John R. Houk
© March 11, 2007

Hamas, Hezbollah flags used in college Republicans protest

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Author: oneway2day

I am a Neoconservative Christian Right blogger. I also spend a significant amount of time of exposing theopolitical Islam.

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