College official apologizes for attacks against prof. over Islamic terrorism questions on quiz

By The Christian Post

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An Arizona-based community college district has apologized for the mistreatment of a professor who garnered controversy over test questions considered by some, including a student, to be an anti-Islamic. 

Nicholas Damask, a political science professor at Scottsdale Community College and chair of the college’s political science department, has received criticism and even death threats over questions he put on a quiz about terrorism for his world politics course. 

He was accused by a Muslim student of asking questions that were in “distaste of Islam.” Initially, the school sided with the student and said in early May that the professor's questions were insensitive and “not reflective of the inclusive nature of our college.” 

Source:The Christian Post