All right. Now, the ACLU, this is interesting, suing a Muslim school, Kelly, in Minneapolis. For what?
KELLY: Because they say that this charter school is basically funneling money to this Muslim organization. It's renting its facilities from a Muslim organization called the Muslim American Society of Minnesota, that it's giving money to that...
O'REILLY: Well, it's obviously a Muslim school. Tarek Ibn Ziyad Academy.
KELLY: Well, that's...
O'REILLY: It's a public school, right?
KELLY: Yes, it's a public school.
O'REILLY: It's obviously a Muslim school.
KELLY: A Muslim name, but it's not necessarily, obviously, a Muslim school.
O'REILLY: Are there any non-Muslims in the school?
O'REILLY: I don't think so.
KELLY: Listen, that money, the taxpayer money...
O'REILLY: Is going into the school.
KELLY: And it can't be used to promote religion.
O'REILLY: But it's a Muslim school.
KELLY: Listen, it can't be used to promote religion — specifically to promote one religion over another.
O'REILLY: This is the first time I'm agreeing with the ACLU in the history of "The O'Reilly Factor." It's a Muslim school.
WIEHL: That's right.
O'REILLY: If you know the duck, if it walks...
WIEHL: Walks, it quacks.
O'REILLY: If it's the Tarik Imami (ph) school, and it's all Muslims, it's a Muslim school.
WIEHL: The way they went about this is — first of all, Minnesota department came in and said, "Look, you've got to, you know, shape up, school."
O'REILLY: Shape up?
WIEHL: Well, shape things up.
O'REILLY: If they'd change the name of the school to Billy Bob Eukiss Hye (ph), then maybe. Put the name of the school up again. Tarek what? Come on. So the ACLU is right. The public school — there it is, Tarek Ibn Ziyad Academy. Give me a "T." Give me an "A." OK, that's a Muslim school. It should not be getting money from the folks.
WIEHL: They're saying, "We're not compelling any religion. We're not compelling."
O'REILLY: Right. You're not compelling anything.
KELLY: But the little girls aren't allowed to show their arms.
O'REILLY: Right, leaning out of the window in a burka. But we don't compel it.
WIEHL: That's a uniform.
O'REILLY: But if you don't, you're beheaded.
WIEHL: Now, just curious...
O'REILLY: Come on, Minnesota. Jeez.
WIEHL: I cannot believe you...
O'REILLY: Stuart Smalley, if he gets to be senator, he'll be in there rapping those Muslims. You wait and see.
KELLY: Sort of a special brand of justice, isn't it?...