Saturday, December 16

You Don’t Like It, There’s The Door

You would think that if you attended a Catholic University  you would expect to celebrate Catholic holidays and traditions right? But not so for Muslims who attend Loyola University in ChicagoThey are complaining that the Catholic institution’s celebration of Christmas highlights an unfortunate indifference to holidays like Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha. DUH, a Catholic institution?

A recent column in the Loyola Phoenix by writer Sajedah Al-khzaleh, “Religious Holidays Aren’t Represented Equally on Campus,” “Although Loyola fosters a space for non-Christian religions to practice their faith, such as in the Damen Student Center’s second floor of Ministry Offices for Muslim, Hindu and Jewish students, there is a lack of public festivity compared to Christmas, such as decorations and activities of other religions’ holidays the entire student body could be part of,” said the author. DUH, a Catholic institution?

 “Eid [at Loyola] is a bit dampened just because you have to go about your normal routine along with Eid, At home it’d be a big family thing, dress up and go to the mosque. We’d spend the day together and celebrate compared to that, college Eid has been less.”
DUH, a Catholic institution? 

My advice to the Muslims at that university, you are at a Catholic school,  you knew that going in, so shut the hell up, if you don’t like it, don’t let the door hit you on the way back to your Muslim country. Where is Thomas Jefferson when you need him? He put those Muslims in their place over two-hundred years ago; looks like we need to do it again.

This is one man’s opinion.
 

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