Christian Student Suspended for Being Christian by Florida Professor

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Christians are among the most, if not the most persecuted peoples on the planet. One might argue that no – it’s the Jews. It may be a one and one-A type of thing, but as there are many more Christians, I think the title of most persecuted should go to us.

We hear horror stories of Christians being exterminated in the Middle East – and Europe, as it transforms into Euro-Islam, is becoming increasing hostile to Christians.

Here in the land of the free and home of the brave, intolerance of Christians and Christian beliefs is a relatively new phenomenon. But as the American left becomes more radically secular, they have little patience or tolerance for Christian beliefs with all our “God” rules.

Another odd thing has happened over the last several years – one I wrote about in World Net Daily just a few weeks ago. The title of that piece was “The clueless left’s alignment with radical Islam.” You may review it here.

Radical Islamists of the Muslim Brotherhood have chosen radical leftist groups to unwitting become useful idiots for the Brotherhood’s Civilization Jihad.

So when I read that a student at Rollins College in Orlando Florida was suspended due to a complaint by his Muslim professor, my radar naturally went up. Could this be another case of Christian persecution, or a Christian gone wild?

The Orlando Sentinel reported  that the student “who has accused his Muslim professor of religious discrimination has been clashing with his teacher since the semester started, court records show.”

“Areej Zufari, the professor teaching Middle Eastern Humanities (bit of an oxymoron), was so concerned about the behavior of Marshall Polston, 20, that she filed a ‘protection against stalking’ request against him on Friday in Orange Circuit Court. Rollins has temporarily suspended Polston from school,” wrote the Sentinel.

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