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Monday, January 14, 2013

Harvard at it Again

Hat tip Atlas Shrugs


                                                                         Photo right from Atlas Shrugs

Atlas Shrugs is reporting a sign featuring a Koranic verse put up at the Harvard School of Law

http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2013/01/harvard-dhimmis-post-quran-verse-at-faculty-of-law.html

I would invite the Harvard Law School to research sharia law as it pertains to women, non-Muslims, gays, blasphemers, and apostates and then compare that to the US Constitution and our own principles of justice.

I wonder if any verses from the Bible are posted at the Harvard Law School. That would be a clear violation of the separation of church and state, would it not?

5 comments:

The Jakes said...

"I wonder if any verses from the Bible are posted at the Harvard Law School. That would be a clear violation of church and state, would it not?"

I did a Google search and found this:

http://library.law.harvard.edu/justicequotes/explore-the-room/west/

I could not find any passages from the Bible, but there were quotes from many notable Christians and at least one Jew (I didn't do a thorough look - just skimmed it).

If it were just that one Koran quote and that's all, I would object. In context of all the other quotes though, I think it's probably pretty appropriate.

Check out the link. I think that the entire context, including the explanation that follows, will remove your objections as well.

Findalis said...

Harvard is a private school. They can post anything they want to. I suspect that they will start putting up quotes from Mein Kampf next.

Gary Fouse said...

Jakes,

Thanks for the follow up. I tend to agree.

The Jakes said...

I figured you would agree. I think that the folks at Atlas Shrugs are just looking for something to be mad about.

Gary Fouse said...

(Shrug)