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“One Nation Under Allah” – Virginia High School Graduation Speech Led by Islamic Activists, ‘Remember Your Jihad’ (VIDEO)

 

A Virginia high school graduation was taken over by Islamic activists this week, because diversity.

Students and board members at Justice High School injected Islam and jihad into their graduation speech this week.

One student said “Allah” rather than “God” during the Pledge of Allegiance.

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A school board member from a jihad-linked mosque told the students to “remember their jihad.”

Fairfax County school board member Abrar Omeish told the graduating class that they were entering a world filled with “racism, extreme versions of individualism and capitalism, white supremacy,” and told them to remember their “jihad.”

Luke Rosiak via The Daily Wire reported on Abrar Omeish’s link to Dar al-Hijrah mosque:

The class president then led what she called “the nation’s anthem,” referring to the pledge of allegiance, in which she said the U.S. was “one nation under Allah.” Omeish was out of view of the camera, but a picture from another recent graduation shows her as the only person without her hand over her heart during the pledge.

The president of the student government then introduced Omeish by noting that she was “Virginia co-chair for the Bernie Sanders campaign” and that her father, Esam Omeish, was a “leader and a board member of the Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center” who “raised his daughter to be an outspoken woman.”

Dar al-Hijrah is a mosque attended by two of the 9/11 hijackers as well as the shooter in the 2009 attack on Fort Hood. Its imam was Anwar al-Awlaki, who President Barack Obama ordered killed by drone strike for plotting terrorism for Al Queda. Omeish noted that her father was in attendance at the graduation.

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  2. I'm not a Judeo-Christian.

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  3. .... strange but I wonder if the name of God had been used would that have been allowed... betting no

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