By Floyd and Mary Beth Brown, Expose Obama
When Minister Trey Hancock baptized a teenage friend of his son, he had little reason to believe he was unleashing a jihad of bigotry. The teenager had attended his church for over two years, but when the teenager entered high school the baptism would set into motion the persecution of a string of Christians. Did these Christians live in Indonesia, Iran or Saudi Arabia? No, they live in Dearborn, Mich.
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The most prominent victim is Gerald Marszalek, one of America’s most successful wrestling coaches; he was fired during the ugly chain of events by Fordson High School principal Imad Fadlallah. Marszalek’s “crimes” — allowing this Christian convert on the wrestling team, and allowing Trey Hancock to volunteer as assistant coach. Marszalek has filed a wrongful termination suit against Fadlallah and the public school district.
“We are getting a glimpse of what happens when Muslims who refuse to accept American values and principles gain political power in an American community,” said Richard Thompson of the Thomas More Law Center, a national public interest law firm. “Failure to renew coach Marszalek’s contract had nothing to do with wrestling and everything to do with religion,” surmises Thompson.
During the summer of 2005, the young man decided he wanted to be baptized to publicly acknowledge his conversion to Christianity. These events all occurred before his freshman year at Fordson High School.