Florida political activist plans to donate Arabic “In God We Trust” signs to Texas school districts



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After Texas school districts started receiving donated posters and framed copies of the national motto, “In God We Trust,” which they are required to display in accordance with a new state law, a political activist in Florida has started a GoFundMe to provide districts with signs of national motto in Arabic and a number of other languages.

The new law says a Texas public elementary or secondary school or an institution of higher education “must” display a durable poster or framed copy of the motto in a “conspicuous place” in each building if the poster or framed copy is “donated for display at the school or institution” or “purchased from private donations and made available to the school or institution.”

“The law seems to presumes these signs are written in English. Oopsie,” GoFundMe organizer Chaz Stevens said. “We’re going to donate hundreds of Arabic-language ‘In God We Trust’

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To avoid today’s wokeness, parents are enrolling their kids in Catholic school

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More parents are enrolling their kids in private Christian schools today in an effort to combat the woke curriculum of many of America’s public schools. They’re choosing to put kids in schools that support the faith and values ​​they offer at home.

“Fox & Friends First” co-host Carly Shimkus talked with the Rev. Jadyn Nelson, president of Bishop Ryan Catholic School, and parent Perry Olsen on Wednesday morning, Aug. 24, 2022, about the current move by some parents to leave public school education behind.

Nelson explained that his school, in Minot, North Dakota, is seeing increased interest from parents in private Christian education.

“This year we are up 6% [in enrollment] overall, and we’ve been seeing year-over-year gains around 5% for the last five years,” Nelson said.

“Sixty-seven new families for a small school like ours is good interest in what

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Turkish pop star jailed over joke about religious schools

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ANKARA, Turkey — Turkish pop star Gulsen has been arrested on charges of “inciting hatred and enmity” with a joke she made about Turkey’s religious schools, the country’s state-run news agency reported.

The 46-year-old singer and songwriter, whose full name is Gulsen Colakoglu, was taken away from her home in Istanbul for questioning and formally arrested late Thursday. She was then taken to a prison pending trial.

The arrest sparked outrage on social media. Government critics said the move was an effort by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to consolidate support from his religious and conservative ahead of elections in 10 months.

The charges were based on a joke Gulsen made during an April concert in Istanbul, where she quipped that one of her musicians’ “perversion” stemmed from attending a religious school. A video of the singer’s comment began circulating on social media recently, with

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