Public school children grades 5 through 12 are being indoctrinated on Islam through lessons financed by taxpayers, unbeknownst to unsuspecting American parents.
Martin Mawyer, president of the Christian Action Network, sent a letter to the Department of Education threatening to file a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of an Islamic education program offered through the PBS LearningMedia website, which is financed by federal taxpayer dollars.
Tucker Carlson asked Mawyer why he believes the Department of Education is “funding pro-Islamic propaganda.”
“First of all,” Mawyer began, “if go to the PBS learning media website and pull up the Islamic Education programs, they have the Department of Education Seal on it.” Mawyer added that the website also states, “funded by the Department of Education.”
Mawyer told Tucker he was astonished when he viewed the “educational” lesson plan that gives detailed instructions on Islamic prayers and rituals and had teachers quiz students on it.
Mawyer said he’s especially disgusted because similar lessons are not offered on Christianity, Judaism or any other religion.
“I’m frankly shocked at some of the lesson plans that students have to achieve in the classroom,” Mawyer said. “For example, teachers are expected to ask their students: ‘What do Muslim prayers sound like? What do Muslim prayer movements look like?’ Why does the federal government find that necessary?”
Carlson was stunned because these are public schools, not private religious institutions. “How can a teacher grade a student on these types of questions?” Carlson asked in disbelief.
Mawyer said he believes Islam-promoting liberals would be outraged if similar lessons on Christianity or another religion were forced down students’ throats at school. “Well, we know the ACLU would be outraged!” Mawyer said. “They’d be running to the courthouse steps with a lawsuit in their hand. They’d probably break a leg trying to get up those steps fast enough.”
Amazingly, Islamic education lessons have become common across the United States. Last month, two New Jersey moms discussed how their middle-school age children are being brainwashed in Islam. (see video below of the Islamic lesson their children were forced to watch at the Chatham Middle School.)
Libby Hilsenrath said her child’s “world cultures and geography class” only discusses Islam but doesn’t teach about the Christian and Jewish religions. “I think it crosses the line, teaching one religion and not others,” she said.
Islamic indoctrination of schoolchildren is already normal in many European countries, like the Netherlands.
Twitter users were furious that federally-funded schools are forcing middle school and high school students to undergo detailed instruction on Islam, but not on any other religion. Most parents don’t want religion to be a part of their children’s public school curriculum.
If Muslim students were forced to take detailed lessons on Christianity, you can be sure their parents would already have filed lawsuits.
100% truth. Their reasons about marital laws show world domination by over birthing.
— John Wayne (@JimLowder10) March 30, 2017
I have instructed my children that if anyone in school says they have to submit to Muslim indoctrination they are to refuse
— ??Dianne✝️ (@disings) March 30, 2017
@BetsyDeVos pls investigate public schools teaching Islam,not elective but forced ciriculum.????????????
— Dr.#EndDACAscam?How Many More Must Die? (@hale4jesus) March 30, 2017
We need to change this atrocious attempt to subvert our schools to Islam.
— Brunie (@MyPugGrumble) March 30, 2017
— Brent R Brian (@BrentRBrian) March 30, 2017
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— Boone (@Boones_411) March 30, 2017
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