A different form of annihilation. It’s unconscionable. Our children are being indoctrinated with this genocidal poison.

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1-800-SCHOLASTIC (1-800-724-6527), press #1

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Scholastic, world’s largest publisher of children’s books, erases Israel from map (thanks to Robert Spencer)ScholasticMapNoIsrael.jpgJoining in and validating the genocidal jihadist dreams of the “Palestinians.” “Biggest children’s book publisher erases Israel from map,” by Elhanan Miller for the Times of Israel, November 13:

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Arab textbooks are not the only ones erasing Israel from their maps. Scholastic, the world’s largest publisher of children’s books, has also eliminated the Jewish state in a book.

“Thea Stilton and the Blue Scarab Hunt,” part of the popular Geronimo Stilton children’s series translated from Italian and published by Scholastic in 2012, tells the story of a group of investigative journalists involved in a treasure hunt in Egypt.

The story commences with a map of modern Egypt and its neighboring countries. While Sudan, Libya and Saudi Arabia appear clearly on the map, the territory of Israel is completely covered by Jordan, painted red. A line indicating the Israeli border with the Sinai Peninsula does appear in the book.

Adina Golombek, a Jerusalem resident who emigrated to Israel from Canada last year, said she was shocked to discover Israel’s absence while reading the book with her 7-year-old son.

“I wanted to show my son where we lived in the Middle East, but it didn’t say Israel on the map; instead it said Jordan,” Golombek told The Times of Israel. “I showed him the problem and drew in the border of where Israel is today.”

Founded in Pennsylvania in 1920, Scholastic has grown to become the world’s largest publisher and distributor of children’s books through its book clubs, teaching resources and popular book fairs held inside many North American schools. The company has exclusive publishing rights for the Harry Potter series in the United States….

Pamela Geller is the Editor of Atlas Shrugs.