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Students sing 'Allah Akbar' at holiday concert

DISGUSTING. Nothing says Merry Christmas like a Ramadan song. That was apparently the thinking at Blaine High School in Minnesota.

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Thursday night’s concert at Blaine High School, one of the songs students will be singing includes Arabic words, including the phrase “Allahu Akbar,” which means “God is great.”

The definition of class - and sportsmanship ... Instead of getting upset when he lost the 120-pound title match in the Class 3A tournament, Blaine High School sophomore Malik Stewart went over to his opponent’s dad — who is dying of cancer — and gave him a hug.

Ramadan song with words 'Allahu Akbar' stirs controversy

Blaine High School in Minnesota chooses Ramadan song for Christmas | Daily Mail Online Parents raise questions after school chooses Ramadan song with the words 'Allahu Akbar' to be performed in Arabic during annual holiday concert

I have a booth at the Blaine High School craft fair this weekend, and I thought I'd share a peek of a just a few treats!...

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TJ Hayes one of the 9 Anoka Hennepin district suicides, commited suicide in 2009 at age 16. His mother organized a walk at Blaine High School raising $10,000 for AFSP ( American Foundation for Suicide Prevention )

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How cute. Reminds me of a high school drama. I truly love this image... Its so pure and simple

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Nov 12 Something Very Strange is Taking Place Off the Coast of Galveston, TX

BLAINE, Minn. (WCCO) -- CBS Minnesota Some parents in the Anoka-Hennepin School District are questioning a choir teacher’s decision to use a song about Ramadan performed in Arabic at a holiday concert. At Thursday night’s concert at Blaine High School, one of the songs students will be singing includes Arabic words, including the phrase “Allahu Akbar,” which means “God is great.” Christian and Jewish songs will be performed as well, but the Ramadan song is getting all the attention…

Minnesota wrestler who lost state title hugs opponent’s dying dad

He may have lost the 120-pound title match in the Class 3A tournament, but Blaine High School sophomore Malik Stewart still a total winner in my book!!! Minnesota wrestler who lost state title hugs opponent’s dying dad

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