Catholic University Accused of Violating Muslim’s Human Rights For Doing THIS?

May 12, 2015 12:11 pmViews: 1285

Catholic University outrage

Sometimes politically correct multiculturalism just simply goes too far, way too far. According to professor John Banzhaf of George Washington University, having too many crosses in classrooms at Catholic University of America are a, get this, human rights violation to Muslim students.

Never mind that there are starving children all over the world, there is ISIS chopping off the heads of anyone who will not succumb to their barbaric demands, we have human trafficking at levels never seen in human history, crosses of all things are a violation of human rights at a Catholic university!

Banzhaf contends that since Muslim students need to pray 5 times a day, and there are no rooms specifically set aside for them at Catholic University, and they must instead pray in empty classrooms adorned with crosses, this is a violation of human rights.

Why a complaint such as this would not be thrown out for its sheer absurdity calls into question the purpose of even having a official Human Right Office run by the government at all. How has the nanny government gotten to a position that they even consider such irrational nonsense?

Read more below from Beliefnet:

Crosses in every room at Washingon D.C.’s Catholic University of America are a human rights violation that prevent Muslim students from praying.

That’s the complaint to the Washington, D.C. Office of Human Rights filed by a professor from rival George Washington University across town.

GWU Law School Professor John Banzhaf takes the Catholic institution to task for acting “probably with malice” against Muslim students in a 60-page complaint that cites “offensive” Catholic imagery all over the Catholic school, which he says hinder Muslims from praying.

Baffled Catholic University officials say they have never received a complaint from any of the schools Muslim students.

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