One of the central tenets of our country was that it was founded on religious freedom. Our founders knew that it was important for the government to stay out of people’s private lives. During the time America was founded our founding fathers had witnessed the dangers of having a set religion. For over a hundred years, Europe was being torn apart by a series of wars over which Christian denomination should preside over them all. One of the main complaints was that the Catholic church had way too much power over the government.
So, when our country was founded, they wanted to keep religious preference out of government decisions. For years, people from all walks of life and religion have flocked to America for that very freedom. The freedom to worship freely without government interference. However, that very freedom is now under attack from the influx of Muslim refugees entering the country. These Muslims claim they desire a better life free from oppression, but that is not the case. Over the past few years, Muslims have been slowly implementing Sharia Law without hardly any pushback.
The reason why that has been allowed is that Americans fear that they will be called a bigot, a racist, or Islamaphobic. And, because of that fear, Sharia Law has slowly been creeping across the country, and into our public schools. For example, a Detroit-area high school is hosting what they are calling a Princess Prom. Now, this may sound innocent and hardly frightening, but there is always more than meets the eye.
In 2012, five female high school students started the Princess Prom for girls that could not attend a traditional prom due to cultural and religious reasons. What makes this prom so special is that no males are allowed to attend whatsoever. This special prom allows the female students to to dress and dance freely among other women.
“The event was intended to create a safe space for Muslim girls who normally have to cover up in hijab let their hair down in an environment with no boys and no phones.”
Here is more from Michigan Live:
Five Muslim girls from Hamtramck High School started “Princess Prom” in 2012 to give girls the opportunity to dress up as they please and dance the night away.
Last year, 230 girls showed up to the dance at the PNA Banquet Hall in Hamtramck. This year, the team expects about 250 in attendance.
The event is intended to create a safe space for Muslim girls who normally cover up in hijab to let their hair down in an environment with no boys and no cellphones.
Phones are banned to prevent problems with photos being posted to social media.
“We’re on our phones 24-7 and if you don’t have it for a few hours, it’s so calming and everybody is having a fun time,” said Aisha Khanum, an 18-year-old student at Hamtramck High School who has been on Princess Prom planning committee for three years.
The dance offers a separate zone for anyone who needs to use their phone.
Like any other prom, the girls show up in extravagant gowns, shiny stilettos and flashy makeup and hair styles, and they are surrounded with food and lively music.
This one adds an extra cultural element with henna tattoos, a popular form of body art in parts of the Middle Eastern, North African and South Asia.
Really? This is what is happening in our public schools now? This is how I am beginning to look at this issue, and I hope you hear me out. We know what the threat is and we all know that we need to do to stop it, but when will we? It is one thing for us to post on social media and share these stories, but what are we doing to end it once and for all?
The fact of the matter is we need to be protesting these events and what is happening schools in a physical form. We cannot hope that elected officials will be the ones to stop this invasion. Until we show them we do not want this to happen it will continue, and I am not ready to let these leftist lunatics win.
These are our public schools that are paid for with our hard-earned money. We most certainly have a right to say what is going on behind those walls. Maybe if more of us protested and spoke up at school board meetings, we may make some headway, and make a real change.
What do you think about this “special” prom? Sound off in the comments below!
H/T [ Michigan Live ]
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