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Time to embrace Arabic culture and progress development of ‘Irabia’

I agree with Victoria White that we should teach Arabic in our schools. Arab culture can enrich our corrupt, debased Western society, and the forthcoming influx of 20,000 Arab refugees is an ideal opportunity to adopt the “Arab way”.

It would be quite easy to cease the teaching of Irish and replace it with Arabic on our school curricula. Irish symbolises our outmoded and discredited European heritage whereas Arabic represents our exciting, vibrant Middle Eastern future.

Likewise, as Victoria rightly implies, languages such as French, German and Spanish are emblematic of the rotten carcase of European culture, and are no longer relevant. Even English is a colonial imposition and can be phased out. These languages, along with godless western subjects such as music and art, should be removed from school curricula and replaced with such aspects of Arab culture as Koranic Studies and Sharia Law.

But why stop at education? Most of our new Arab citizens will be outraged at the sight of Irish women brazenly parading around with their heads and faces uncovered.

This scandalous practice will have to change. Perhaps Victoria will give leadership by wearing a nijab or burqa to show Irish women what will soon be required of them?

Let’s drink a toast to the new “Irabia”. While we still can, as alcohol is another thing that must be banned forthwith.

Sean Ó Suilleabháin

Corrán an Teaghlaigh Bháin

Caraig Uí Laighin

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