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Abortion advocate sings “kill your unborn” while pro-life group shows abortion on JumboTron

Posted in Abortion Pictures, Created Equal, Media pro-abortion with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 14, 2015 by saynsumthn

Today, Created Equal was on the campus of Ohio State University with their JumboTron, showing an abortion in progress.

Created Equal OSU Abortion

While they were there a shameful abortion Bro-choicer came out and sang a song, “kill your unborn.”

All that we need is another mouth to feed,” he sang, “kill your unborn.”

A report by Life Dynamics this morning quoted, Mark Harrington, the founder of Created Equal who said it was time to up the game and show the public an abortion in progress.

Created Equal is a pro-life group that goes to college campuses and Universities and shows students the truth abortion victims.

It is a controversial method – but has invoked much discussion and has changed multiple views of what abortion is.

And, it looks like their method is working.

Today, this The Columbus Dispatch news video (below) showed the abortion in the background, something almost unheard of in over 42 years of legalized child killing in America and media censorship of abortion.

WTG- Mark Harrington and the entire Created Equal staff – keep up the great work!

School kids made to sing, “Allah is God”

Posted in Children, Church, Civil Rights, Islam with tags , , , , , , , on December 29, 2009 by saynsumthn

The Indy Star reported that a Hamilton Southeastern elementary removed a mention of Allah in its holiday show after it drew the anger of a national conservative Christian group.

Lantern Road Elementary Principal Danielle Thompson said school leaders sought to teach inclusiveness through the second-grade program, which included pieces about Christmas, Hanukkah, Ramadan, Las Posadas and Kwanzaa.

“It went off last night without a hitch,” Thompson said. “Several families thought it was a nice program.”

School officials removed a phrase saying “Allah is God” after the American Family Association launched a protest of the program on its electronic newsletter.

The change was made, Thompson said, because no other deities were directly named in the program.

But one state Muslim leader said the school’s decision to remove the word Allah was far from inclusive.

“It’s unfortunate if that was removed from the program just because of Islamophobic feelings,” said Shariq Siddiqui, executive director of the Muslim Alliance of Indiana. “Schools are a place where we should learn more about each other rather than exclude each other based on stereotypes and misconceptions.”

Siddiqui said “Allah” is the Arabic word for God and is used by Jews, Christians and others in Arabic-speaking nations.

In the week before the program, the principal said, about 30 people called with concerns — and only four of the complaints came from local families. Thompson said many callers were appeased when they heard the program’s purpose and scope.

Laura Mollo, 26, Peru, called several times over concerns about children saying, “Allah is God,” though she has no connection to the school. She said that as a Christian, she had to protest because she believes it’s wrong to praise another religion’s God.

“I highly doubt all of those children are Muslim, and some of my brothers and sisters of Christ are there.”

Judy Grasso’s son, Andy Grasso, sang in the program and portrayed one of the three Wise Men. Grasso, 44, thought the program was well done and never caught a hint of disgruntled rumblings about its content. As for her son, Grasso said he was just excited to be a part of the show.

“I’m a Christian, and I was in no way offended by the program at Lantern Road,” Judy Grasso said. “Fishers is becoming a much more diverse area, and the program just reflected the different faces around the world and in Fishers.”

According to Fox News, others did not – especially David Hogan. His daughter came home with a copy of the lyrics just days before the production. Hogan, a Christian, told the American Family Association, a conservative advocacy group, that he was deeply concerned to learn that his daughter had been singing, “Allah is God.”

Here’s what the children were assigned to sing:

“Allah is God, we recall at dawn,
Praying ‘til night during Ramadan
At this joyful time we pray happiness for you,
Allah be with you all your life through.”

But when it came time to perform the “Christian” part of Christmas, children were assigned to say:

I didn’t know there was a little boy at the manger. What child is this?
I’m not sure if there was a little boy or not.
Then why did you paint one on your nativity window?
I just thought if there was a little boy, I’d like to know exactly what he (sic) say
.

Micah Clark, executive director of the Indiana AFA, launched an Internet protest once he heard about the allegations. “What surprised me here is that we’ve had a secular scrubbing of Christmas for so long and the school apparently didn’t see the problem with kids singing to Allah,” he told FOX News Radio. “You won’t even mention Jesus and you’re going to force my child to sing about Allah?

In email correspondence the school initially defended the reference as a way to be inclusive of all religions. However, once complaints starting rolling in, school leaders decided to eliminate the Allah reference.

But Clark said having children bow and pray is problematic for non-Muslim families. “(This show) affirmed Islam and negated Christianity. I wouldn’t have had a problem if it had been equal to all faiths.”