ROLLINS COLLEGE has lifted suspension of Christian student who challenged a Muslim professor for her anti-Christian views

Despite outlandish and false claims from his Muslim Professor, Areej Zufari, a thorough investigation by Rollins College determined that the student, Marshall Polston did nothing wrong, did not violate the schools code of conduct, and that he was not verbally, physically or mentally threatening.

Central Florida Post  (h/t Mike F) The Christian student, 20-year-old Marshall Polston, a sophomore, was suspended from Rollins College for challenging his Muslim professor’s anti-Christian assertions, including her claim that Jesus’ crucifixion never took place and  that Jesus’ disciples did not believe he was God.

Polston confirmed to that Professor Areeje Zufari, who teaches a “Muslim Humanities” course at Rollins, has made outlandish claims against him and even filed a false police report.

On another day during the course, Zufari led a discussion about the application of Sharia Law. Polston claims that during this discussion, a male Muslim student said gays and adulterers should be beheaded under Sharia Law.

Zufari, for her part, posted on Facebook to the ACLU of Florida, complaining about an unnamed student that is “making my life hell this semester. This one is spewing hatred at me, de-railing class, and just sent me a hateful email threatening me.”

According to the March 24 suspension letter, Polston’s “actions have constituted a threat of disruption within the operations of the College and jeopardize the safety and well-being of members of the College community and yourself.” Those alleged actions are not spelled out within the document. Nonetheless, Polston was given strict directions not to set foot on campus or have any contact with Zufari in the letter.

In 2013, college officials kicked a Christian group off of campus for their conservative beliefs and threatened to pull funding from Christian student groups that would not allow non-Christian students to be in the club’s leadership. Later that year students were told that they could not hold private Bible studies in their dorm rooms, Fox News reported.

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