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Our flyer offers a different perspective for the school currently educating a former spokesman for the Taliban:

If you have cool pictures (or any pictures) of people reading the flyer (or TU in general), write us–we’d love to see them.

Update: Incidentally, that is a statue of Nathan Hale, the American executed by the British for treason in 1776. Famously, before his execution, he wrote letters to his family, which were destroyed by the British on the grounds that they showed that the rebels had too much courage. His last words, inscribed on the base of the statue, were: “I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country.”

Pretty stark contrast to our media and politicians, who, by refusing to assert any convictions, make it unnecessary for Muslims to bother evading their courage.

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