What's wrong with the world? Well, we could start here, with the development of a school that is just inches away, as it were, from being a madrassa, in Brooklyn, NY, as a public school. It will be language-intensive in Arabic, focus on "Muslim culture," and be run by a woman beloved of CAIR. She is especially concerned to let us know that her school won't shy away from "sensitive issues" in the world, like the plight of the Palestinians and "colonialism."
One tries to imagine something similar on the Christian side. I know, how about a Latin-intensive public school, run by a member of Opus Dei, and focusing on "Christian culture." The principle could announce that the school won't flinch from discussing sensitive contemporary issues, like the plight of the unborn. Whaddaya think? Would it fly?
Or how about this: Kansas City International Airport is installing Muslim foot-washing basins in public bathrooms for the use of its Muslim taxi drivers. What bets am I offered that Kansas City International Airport is funded by tax dollars? Where's the ACLU when you need them? After all, you can't have a cross on Mt. Soledad, but religious ceremonial footwashing basins can be installed in public restrooms at taxpayer expense, and it's no problem.
You couldn't make this stuff up.