Hymn stirs controversy after Allah switch

An Austrian parent has complained after his daughter was given an altered version of a popular children’s hymn in which the word ‘God’ was replaced with the word ‘Allah’.

  • simus1

    Double fault by the ignorant Quisling style pro islamist collaborators.
    Infidels using allah and God as interchangeable nouns can get themselves in deep doodoo in assorted muslim shitistans and euro no go areas.
    Singing and music are denounced as unislamic and therefore haram among many of the excessively devout sons of the prophet.

    • It’s funny that Malaysians can’t use God/Allah interchangeably.


      • simus1

        Their politics basically consists of two muslim factions (the really crazy muslim crooks vs the really crooked muslim fanatics), one constantly playing the “better muslim” card against the other except when they take a break and try shaking down everyone else.

  • Ed

    It’s not like there’s many Christians singing hymns anymore…

    • mobuyus

      They’d be best to learn “The Battle Hymn of the Republic”.

  • Alain

    The parent is right to complain since allah is not God.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I don’t make a guttural choking sound when I say God.

  • bargogx1

    And here is the heart of the problem – “the majority of children in the class of 10-year-olds were Muslims”.
    Why, in Austria, is the majority of anything Muslim?

    • BillyHW

      They need to be rounded up and sent back to the hellholes they came from. Austria has a right to be Austrian.

    • Kathy Prendergast

      Exactly what I was thinking. As the song in question is a religious song, and assuming this was not a religious but a secular public school, it really shouldn’t be taught or sung in the classroom, period. The greater issue is why the hell a class of schoolchildren anywhere outside the Muslim world consists mostly of Muslims.

  • BillyHW

    Don’t ever put women in charge of your children’s education.