As our most glorious caliph Dear Leader has said, Islam is woven into the fabric of USSA's history. So, comrades, can you tell us stories about the USSA's great historical figures such as George "Muhammid" al Washington, Ben Al Fraquin (not to be confused with the modern comrade Al Franken of the collective of Minnesota), Ibraham bin Linqin, Touma al Yefferson, Ya'qub bin Madison and others? Imagery welcome and encouraged. Thanks in advance, Comrades!
Please note that by posting such stories, you hereby give the right to include them in new, revised history lessons for schools using Common Core.
Bin Adiqt Arnold, became famous for taquiyya (deception)
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But the Kommisar of Kommon Kore has informed me that in reinventing Abraham Lincoln into Ibrahim bin Linqin for all the good young comrades to read about in our education camps we could use an image of him. After much debate at numerous conferences in Hawaii, $500 per plate dinners, Star Trek impersonations in Vegas, and even some gambling charged to the People's expense account, the Kommittee has determined that the new Ibrahim bin Linqin character requires a proper Mooslim beard. In other words, he needs something more akin to successor and evil typical white Rutherford bin Hayes except way more unkempt. Rutherford bin Hayes, as we know, is that evil typical white guy who was a predecessor to Dear Leader and required a denouncement by Dear Leader for failure to federally fund the telephone. This is why Rutherford bin Hayes is not on Mount Rushmore, according to Dear Leader.. It is also why bin Hayes is not woven into the fabric of the USSA. Rather, he is merely a scrap that can be found in the closeout bin at the local Hobby Lobby where all reichwing rethugs shop.
Every school child should be issued this book.
http://www.amazon.com/Declaration-Indep ... 1930865910
Way back when I was living in a loft in Manhattan, my boyfriend brought home a rug for us to enjoy. I didn't know where he got it but, there it was. I loved it! It was so beautiful!
Cut to 20 years later when a college friend of mine asked me to accompany him to the Hearst mansion in California.
We chose the tour that involved going to the rooms that Churchhill once stayed. Lo and behold, the very first room we saw had on it's floor the very same rug my boyfriend brought to me in our loft.
I verified with the tour guide that Hearst had, indeed, made copies available to the masses. I was shocked and amazed that I had one.
This is a true story. I don't make these things up. Isn't that cool?
There! See! Persians (Muslims) DID contribute to the very fabric of America!
Good One, KP. Very funny. And true! ; • )