2016/02/01 ~ Public School Indoctrinating Kids With Islamic Bullshit

ALL parents should stand up to this bullshit! Do not let your children learn about any religion – church and state shall remain separated always. Let alone islam and isis are a cult not a religion! How can a school teach about this and skip over Christianity and other world religions. Not acceptable under any standard. I would want my child to take F’s on the assignments before being brought into this pedophile cult based on the word of a man who married a girl at five and commenced the marriage on her seventh birthday. When is this shit going to stop?

Source: Public School Indoctrinating Kids With Islam Until Marine Dad Showed Up and…

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2 Responses to 2016/02/01 ~ Public School Indoctrinating Kids With Islamic Bullshit

  1. Jeffery,

    You are right on the mark. A friend of mine is in Singapore and told me how Singaporeans don’t understand why liberal Americans defend Islam while attacking Christianity. Radical Islam meets zero tolerance in Singapore and everyone understands Islamic violence is rooted in its violent doctrines. Christianity is encouraged because it compliments democracy.
    They just busted a group of 27 construction workers who had a Quranic study group that also taught assassination techniques.
    And I have a friend who is ex-Muslim and a Doctor, so I already knew more than I wanted to know about Islam. 
    One thing that we should know is in our history. It was about the year 1800.

    Thomas Jefferson and John Adams asked the Ambassador of Tripoli why they were attacking U.S. merchant ships and enslaving the sailors without provocation from the U.S.

    Thomas Jefferson then wrote a letter to John Jay that read:

    “The Ambassador answered us that it was founded on the Laws of their Prophet, that it was written in their Koran, that all nations who should not have acknowledged their authority were sinners, that it was their right and duty to make war upon them wherever they could be found, and to make slaves of all they could take as Prisoners, and that every Musselman [Muslim] who should be slain in battle was sure to go to Paradise.”

    This is loosely based upon the Qur’an’s teaching from Surah 47:4 which reads,

    “Therefore, when ye meet the Unbelievers (in fight), smite at their necks; At length, when ye have thoroughly subdued them, bind a bond firmly (on them): thereafter (is the time for) either generosity or ransom: Until the war lays down its burdens. Thus (are ye commanded): but if it had been Allah’s Will, He could certainly have exacted retribution from them (Himself); but (He lets you fight) in order to test you, some with others. But those who are slain in the Way of Allah,- He will never let their deeds be lost.”

  2. Jamie Carter says:

    I remember learning more than just Islam in public school, I learned about Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, the worship of Ancestral Spirits, the worship of idols, when it came down to Christianity, they did a good job covering it’s history – like the Crusades or the forced conversation of African slaves to Christianity or how Christians tried to erase Native American culture to help them integrate into our society (haircuts, new names, new clothes, forbade them from speaking in their own languages.) Such things seem to be ones that churches don’t teach about – I’ve noticed a distinct lack of understanding of history in Christianity. Christians have used the Bible to justify the evils of slavery, give themselves a pass on going to war when it suits them, ignoring the plight of the poor, to oppress and control – it’s a book with stories about genocide and epic battles where tens of thousands are put to the sword, where women and children – even babies and animals are not to be spared.

    We understand that just because God said to march around Jericho so that the walls would fall, that story is in the specific context of the arrival into the Promised Land and is not meant for us to literally follow and obey today. Likewise, the Quran has violent verses that are in a specific context from hundreds of years ago when they were in the midst of war. The pillars of Islam are faith, prayer, charity, fasting, and pilgrimage – particularly in Sunni Islam which forms the majority understanding of Islam. The Shia, on the other hand, are a minority that has a different understanding – they have fundamentalists (just like Christians do) who have read their equivalent of Left Behind and they believe they can usher in the End Times by getting all the other countries of the world to show up at the valley of Armageddon (Dabiq) so that Isa (Jesus Christ) will appear as he’s a major end-times figure.

    There’s this one guy Sun Tzu, he wrote the Art of War, from him we get the idea that it’s important to know what / how one’s enemy thinks. Thanks to that idea, I’ve learned that Islam is not necessarily the enemy nor is Christianity, it’s our extremists and our fundamentalists that are overly literal that get the rest of us into trouble. When Westboro went from funeral to funeral or the KKK did what they did, we never worried about saying: “They don’t represent true Christianity, we’re nothing like that.” Everybody understood that went without saying.

    I think that it’s a wise policy for schools teach about all of the big faiths, giving students an overview to the varied understandings of beliefs and how many faiths have a lot in common. Either students will be all the more convinced that theirs is the one true faith or they’ll realize that religion is complicated and everyone has a right to believe as they choose.

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