Hawaii lawmakers back the creation of ‘Islam Day’

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Joined  21-12-2007
21 May 2009 13:40

Isn’t an official “Islam Day” (celebrated just 13 days after 9-11) against the Constitutional principle of separation between church & state?:

Hawaii lawmakers back the creation of ‘Islam Day’

HONOLULU — Hawaii’s state Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill Wednesday to celebrate “Islam Day” — over the objections of a few lawmakers who said they didn’t want to honor a religion connected to Sept. 11, 2001. The Senate’s two Republicans argued that a minority of Islamic extremists have killed many innocents in terrorist attacks.

“I recall radical Islamists around the world cheering the horrors of 9/11. That is the day all civilized people of all religions should remember,” said Republican Sen. Fred Hemmings to the applause of more than 100 people gathered in the Senate to oppose a separate issue — same-sex civil unions.
The resolution to proclaim Sept. 24, 2009, as Islam Day passed the Senate on a 22-3 vote. It had previously passed the House.”


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Airy Spirit
Airy Spirit
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Joined  10-02-2008
29 October 2009 04:46

Aren’t you supposed to have separation of church and state in America?