Catholic University Tries To Cover Up Knowledge Of “Allahu Akbar” Chant At 9/11 Memorial Service


by Javier Manjarres

After South Florida’s Barry University was called out for allowing an Imam to speak at a 9/11 “interfaith” memorial service, where he took it upon himself to chant “Allahu Akbar,” or “God is greatest,” the school apparently tried to cover up its knowledge of the content of Imam Nasir Ahmad’s Muslim “Call to Prayer.”

Laura Loomer was the senior who first expressed her disappointment in the school’s willingness to allow Ahmad to chant the phrase “Allahu Akbar,” which many Americans see as being offensive, considering that it was uttered by the Islamic terrorist who carried out the 9/11 terror attacks.

Loomer followed up with the school this past Monday, asking them for a copy of the pamphlet that was distributed at the memorial service. The attendant at the school’s Campus Ministry, where the pamphlets were kept, first told Loomer that she would get her a copy of the program, but in an apparent and blatant attempt to hide the event program, the attendant came back and told Loomer that didn’t have any left.

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