Breaking: some assholes who hate Muslims find a high school test insufficiently hateful of Muslims. Well then! Destroy it! Burn the books! Kill the teachers! For Jesus! Below, the hateful Dirty Muslin-loving test questions exposed by New York's greatest tabloid.
The New York Post, which is staffed exclusively by Ph.Ds in world history with an emphasis on the history of religions and their accompanying socioeconomic influences, got its hands on the New York Regents exam in global history in geography. Do not allow your children to read the following reading selection, which is the test's "most troubling."
"Wherever they went, the Moslems [sic] brought with them their love of art, beauty and learning. From about the eighth to the eleventh century, their culture was superior in many ways to that of western Christendom."
"Some of the finest centers of Moslem life were established in Spain. In Cordova, the streets were solidly paved, while at the same time in Paris people waded ankle-deep in mud after a rain. Cordovan public lamps lighted roads for as far as ten miles; yet seven hundred years later there was still not a single public lamp in London!"
Since when does the state of New York Where 9-11 Happened allow Louie Farrakhan to get together with Osama bin Laden to write reading selections for its tests? And how did those two manage to write this 1976 textbook from which the reading selection was drawn? Meanwhile, look at this other reading selection from the (homosexual?) test, about Jesus Our Holy Father:
Common Procedures used by Friars in Converting Areas in Spanish America:
* "Idols, temples and other material evidences of paganism destroyed."
* "Christian buildings often constructed on sites of destroyed native temples in order to symbolize and emphasize the substitution of one religion by the other."
* "Indians supplied construction labor without receiving payment."
* "In a converted community, services and fiestas were regularly held in the church building."
How dare we in America allow our children to be exposed to facts that may detract from the image of the Catholic Church as the holiest of holies? Did our founding fathers not specifically ban that? Someone look that up please. Great work, New York Post, this article would be a good thing to wave in the face of some random black man you see walking down the street near Ground Zero. Stupid idiots.