Muslim prof. denying crucifixion resigns

In the wake of a student being suspended for challenging his professor’s claim that Jesus Christ’s crucifixion never took place, the Muslim activist educator quit her teaching position at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida.

Areej Zufari resigned just a couple weeks after one of her students was suspended – at her urging – for challenging her teaching that Christ’s crucifixion was a hoax.

“Zufari] resigned this semester because of the hateful threats and emails and phones (sic) messages she was getting,” Rollins College President Grant Cornwell stated, according to The College Fix. “I think it’s a terrible injustice but I do respect her decision.”

  • Tom Forsythe

    As a professor, she had every right to teach according to her view of the world. Her students, however, had every right to question and challenge that view.

    And I doubt that “death threats” were the reason she quit.

    • Oracle9

      And typically the Christians who are defending against her activism are called the aggressors.

      Once again Islam wins. We will submit, sooner than later.

      • Editor

        Agreed. And evidence is very seldom presented. Another one of those “listen and believe” deals.

      • Just as Coptic Christian children are the aggressors.

    • Alain

      No, she did not necessarily have every right to teach according to her view of the world as a professor, if this was not the subject. Teachers/professors are expected to teach the subject matter for which they are hired, not to bring their politics or world views into it. Otherwise I concur.

  • Spatchcocked

    So fuck her…..her and the camel she rode in on.

  • deplorabledave

    The only “terrible injustice” is the student being suspended. These idiots will go to their grave with their head detached from their body and they still won’t get it.

    • A Hamilton Guy

      She can go back to getting the shit beat out of her every Saturday Night by her dearly beloved.

    • Watchman

      In any university population, there are crazy students who do harass and stalk lecturers. Conversely there are lecturers who do the same to students. The pure numbers involved means it is statistically more likely that the student is the crazy one in most circumstances.

      Having said that, most university staff lean towards SJW and communism: excluding the STEM faculties. Consequently they are more likely to innately sympathise with a muslim over a Christian.

      The Christian student certainly has received an education after enrolling in a Middle Eastern Humanities subject, and possibly even thought it might have been sympathetic to Christians up until the first lectures.

  • ontario john

    The professor could easily get a job with any university in Canada. Hell, she could get a cabinet post with feminist Trudeau.

    • Editor

      Also other American universities, no doubt. Melissa “I need some muscle over here” Click got hired by Gonzaga mere months after threatening a student reporter at Mizzou.

    • A Hamilton Guy

      She could even post anti-islamist bills

  • Reader

    It’s time for a cheery musical interlude to get your minds off of all the bad news.

    • John Boy

      I agree. The “professor” is a whore.

  • Brother Antony

    Pity the ‘threats’, if they existed at all, were only threats.

    • Frances

      Would love to see them traced to the real source.

  • WalterBannon

    She should have been fired.

    Any parent paying to send their kids to this school should stop paying

  • Blacksmith

    I won’t say it is justice since she didn’t get fired. The tolerant left strikes again.

  • Watchman

    The educator’s resignation could have had more to do with her false police report of harassment against the Christian student. After the student was suspended from campus she alleged that the suspended student defied the suspension and approached her. The student was fortunately able to provide video proof of his being elsewhere at the time.

    It’s unclear whether the police to which the report were made were the campus police or the real police – if a false harassment report was made to the real police, the student might have been arrested and criminally charged. A charge of filing a false report could then have been made on the educator once her allegation proved false.

    Either way, the university would now have no trust in the educator and she may have been allowed to resign rather than the university have to pursue stronger disciplinary action against her; action which would damage her career more than her claiming to have resigned due to her fear rather than her actions.

    • simus1

      “princess” muslims and their male opposite numbers seem to have this strange fixation that big long winded very elaborate lies about their enemies have more punch even if their truth component is self evidently way below minimal. Perhaps it stems from a sharia thing where the judge is a relative or class peer.

  • JohnfromToronto

    What is really pathetic is the college resident’s statement. He should be fired.