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Mom outraged at son’s HS propaganda: ‘Most Muslims faith is stronger’ than Christians?

A North Carolina woman is outraged at a work assignment her son brought home from school that appeared to show the public high school is teaching that Muslims have stronger faith in their religion than Christians.

According to WJZY-TV, the woman in Union County, N.C., contacted the station with a homework assignment that included fill in the blank sentences in which the correct answer appears to show students are being indoctrinated.

Here is a portion of the homework:

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It’s important to note that school officials haven’t confirmed to WJZY reporters whether the answsers the woman’s son wrote in were the “correct” ones, but given that the station reported that Porter Ridge High School has had several opportunities to do so, it’s a pretty good bet the kid wrote exactly what he was being taught and the school district is trying to figure out how to play it for the media.

“If you are going to do it, let’s do it right,” the mother told WJYZ-TV. “I really feel there is a spin on this.”

You think?

If after “Islam, at heart is …” the kid had written “a murderous fanaticism responsible for global havoc,” he probably wouldn’t have gotten a gold star. If he had filled in the blank on the second sentence so it read, “Most Muslims are far more likely to strap explosives to their bodies and blow themselves to pieces just to kill a Jew than the average Christian,” he’d be in a public school re-education camp somewhere by now — along with his mom probably.

Check out the other sentences too where the kid writes that radical Islam is opposed to the “imperialistic pursuits” of the West, and redefining the bloody “jihad” Americans see on their television screens nightly.

If this kid is making these answers up on his own, the mother has bigger problems than the local high school.

But he’s probably not.

Check out the WJZY report here.

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H/T: The Blaze

 

Joe Saunders

Joe Saunders, a 25-year newspaper veteran, is a staff writer and editor for BizPac Review who lives in Tallahassee and covers capital and Florida politics. Email Joe at [email protected].

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