Proselytizing for Islam has increasingly become part of the public school curriculum nationwide. Common Core is notorious for this. This islamization of the public school is well documented in my bestseller, Stop the Islamization of America. Read it.
This is dawah — a religious imperative in Islam to invite, preach Islam to the non-believer.
The curriculum does not include the wholesale slaughter of hundreds of Muslims, non-Muslims and heretics in jihad wars, land appropriations, annihilations and enslavements.
Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism are not promoted and preached. But parents must demand equal proselytizing time. This is a violation of the establishment clause.
Mother Upset Over School Assignment About Islam
The Huffington Post | By Rebecca Klein, October 9, 2014 (thanks to BNI)
A mother in Michigan took to Facebook last week to express her outrage over a 10th-grade school assignment that she felt promoted Islam.
In an initial post, Jennette Hall complained about a Jenison High School assignment that asked students to make a pamphlet about Islam. The post, which had been shared over 5,400 times as of Tuesday morning, said students were told the pamphlet would be used to “introduce Islam to 3rd graders.”
Several days later, Hall clarified in another post that her daughter’s assignment asked her to create a pamphlet about Islam geared towards third-graders, but that students were not actually expected to hand the materials out to younger children.
“This assignment upset me because they are presenting Allah as the same God of the Christians and Jews. This paper, in my opinion, is promoting Islam by describing Allahs names as ‘beautiful’. To me this is not simply factual like it should be,” Hall wrote about the assignment.
The school’s principal, Brandon Graham, responded in his own Facebook post over the weekend, saying he wanted to correct “inaccurate information” about the assignment.
“While our high schoolers do study religions, the content is NOT presented to elementary students or used to proselytize in any way,” Graham wrote. “Furthermore, we *do indeed* teach Christianity along with other world religions.”
Graham further explained the assignment in an interview with a local Fox News affiliate.
“The assignment was to cover the five major world religions: The religions included Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam,” Graham said. “In our social studies classes, we certainly study all those religions to learn how a people, group and culture function. It helps us understand culture.”