Muslim Professor Who Got Christian Student Suspended Just Got Instant Karma

A Christian student claims he was suspended from Rollins College for disagreeing with his Muslim professor’s anti-Christian comments.

Marshall Polston is a 20-year-old sophomore at the Florida college.

He claims that the professor of his Middle Eastern Humanities class has taught students that Jesus’ disciples did not believe he was God.

“Honestly, it reminded me of some of the more radical groups I researched when abroad,” Polston commented to the media about his professor’s remarks.

“Whether religious or not, I believe even those with limited knowledge of Christianity can agree that according to the text, Jesus was crucified and his followers did believe he was divine… Polston said. “Regardless, to assert the contrary as academic fact is not supported by the evidence.”

He went on to say he is angry he was suspended from school and has hired an attorney to explore legal action.

“Our university should be a place where free-speech flashes and ideas can be spoken of without punishment or fear of retribution,” Polston noted. “In my case it was the total opposite. … I came forward with the story because I know so many other students like me suffer under today’s liberal academic elite.”

It seems the problem began when Polston challenged Zufari’s claims regarding Jesus and his disciples. The students says this verbal exchange led Zufari to file a complaint with the college, alleging that Polston’s actions made her feel “unsafe.”

Among his complaints, Polston highlights he was given a grade of 52 on a major essay for the class.

Polston also relates that as Zufari led a discussion about the application of Sharia Law in class one day, a male Muslim student made the provocative assertion that gays and adulterers should be beheaded under Sharia Law.

“I spoke out to the professor about the grade and subsequently the decapitation comments made by the student,” Polston stated. “The statement by the conservative Muslim student met such fear by some that one of the students reported it to the FBI. Later, I was reported by the professor to the dean of campus safety.”

According to the aggrieved student, the actions of the university forced him to tell his story to the media and take legal action: “The situation was surreal. We’ve already had one too many attacks in Orlando, and as an avid traveler I realized this was the perfect example of ‘see something, say something.’”

According to sources within the school, before he was suspended, a dean spoke to Polston about the issues he's been having with Zufari, and the conversation did not go well. The dean wrote to the school's assistant vice president of safety noting Polston mentioned a “gun” several times during their conversation.

The dean’s letter noted: “At no point did he threaten anyone openly, but I was very uncomfortable by his continued reference to guns, generalized categories of people by religion and his obvious nervousness and disdain for the professor.”

Source: Mail Online
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