Monday, November 28, 2011

Muslim medical students no fan of Darwin; walk out of class and lectures

Evolutionism as postulated by Darwin is mainstream science, accepted by virtually the entire world. Not so with Islam. Islam says all life started with a blink of an eye, an instant flash of organic life that is what we see today. No billions of years, no carbon dating, just the blind belief that Allah created everything at once. OK, Christians, Jews and a lot of other religions believe the earth started with a big bang, but they have no problem going to medical school and learning the accepted facts and realities of medicine. Muslims are not as accepting of facts, especially when they clash with their worldview.

It is one thing to disagree with a professor or teacher, it is quite another to walk out of a class in order to force the school to change the curriculum to match a particular religious belief. If you disagree with one of the core principles of medicine, why bother making it your career of choice? It is one of the many ways sharia can be slowly woven into the fabric of society; change the rules to suit your purpose and agenda.

Another example of the Islamization of Europe. Welcome to the new Eurabia.

From The Daily Mail November 28

Muslim medical students boycotting lectures on evolution... because it 'clashes with the Koran'

Muslim students, including trainee doctors on one of Britain's leading medical courses, are walking out of lectures on evolution claiming it conflicts with creationist ideas established in the Koran.

Professors at University College London have expressed concern over the increasing number of biology students boycotting lectures on Darwinist theory, which form an important part of the syllabus, citing their religion.

Similar to the beliefs expressed by fundamentalist Christians, Muslim opponents to Darwinism maintain that Allah created the world, mankind and all known species in a single act.

Steve Jones emeritus professor of human genetics at university college London has questioned why such students would want to study biology at all when it obviously conflicts with their beliefs.

He told the Sunday Times: 'I had one or two slightly frisky discussions years ago with kids who belonged to fundamentalist Christian churches, now it is Islamic overwhelmingly.

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1 comment:

A Christian Woman Who Lived Under Shariah said...

He told the Sunday Times: "I had one or two slightly frisky discussions years ago with kids who belonged to fundamentalist churches, but now it is Islamic overwhelmingly".
The difference is that the Christian kids don't come back to kill the professor or blow up the science building because they disagree.