Muslim call to prayer blasted out over UCLA
As we know by now, after the powers that be at Duke University decided to allow the Muslim call to prayer to be broadcast from the university chapel, they later changed their mind.
This is an act of Islamic supremacism.
If Muslim students at UCLA can’t figure out how to tell time or keep track of when they need to pray, that’s their problem. The call to prayer is something that is blasted over loudspeakers in Muslim majority countries and Muslim enclaves around Detroit. We’ve already heard enough “Allahu Akbar” for a lifetime.
Update. Phil Hampton, Director of Media Relations of UCLA sends us this statement:
The call to prayer was played over a portable device in a campus quad during a conference last weekend hosted by the Muslim Student Association, one of nearly 1,000 registered student groups on campus. While UCLA respects freedom of religion and assembly and values the diversity of students beliefs, a public call to prayer is not a regularly scheduled occurrence at UCLA.
Please speak out. See contact information below:
University of CA, Office of the President (that would be Janet Napolitano), here.
University of CA, Board of Regents, here.
UCLA, Chancellor, here.
UCLA, Associate of the Chancellor, here.
UCLA, Administrative Vice Chancellor, here.
UCLA, Individual Donors, here.
UCLA, Center for the Study of Religion, here.
UCLA, Christian student organization, here.
UCLA, Jewish student organization (Hillel), here.
UCLA Main Operator: (310) 825-4321.
Hat tip: Gateway Pundit