Proving itself to have a pro-Islam agenda, the education system of America is taking on a visceral tone.

It is one thing to teach history and include Muslims. Lessons that qualify as “history” would be the Crusades and Islam, Napoleon and Islam, World War I and Islam, the fall of the Roman Empire at Constantinople to Jihad and the damage done to Christianity in that part of the world.

Also acceptable would be, the 2,000+ year rise of Christianity, the Holocaust of the Jewish people, Native Americans and the destruction of their cultures at the hands of a Christian nation, the slaughtering of people by Mormons, and the list goes on. There is plenty of “history” to be taught that includes, or was rooted in the involvement of a faith; good and bad.

However, it is quite another to begin inserting the practices of a faith in the classroom outside of the control of parents. The faith, in practice is Islam. Lessons include calls to prayer, the Five Pillars of Islam, and getting our girls comfy wearing the hijab/burqa in dress-up.

One mother has had enough. Tara Cali, mother to a 7th grader discovered that her son’s history homework included “The Qur’an, The Merciful.” He had to list the Pillars of Islam, discuss Islamic beliefs and practices, and scan a code with a smart phone and submerse himself in the Muslim call to prayer at a mosque. That IS NOT history. That is indoctrination. That is a subtle-Jihad.

Tara took matters into her own hands and completed her son’s homework for him:

“My son WILL not be part of this in any sort of way. This is bad teaching material. He will NOT partake. If you have a problem with it, call our lawyer.

Ephesians 6:10; Isaiah 40:31, Mark 12:30, 2 Corinthians 12:9-10, Psalm 46:1, Psalm 22:19.

“How about Christian practices? That sheet has never come home, this year or last!”

Mother's response

Christianity is still the majority faith in America and it is steeped in millennia of history, to include the beginnings of our nation. How it can be overlooked for a sympathetic Jihad in our education system is beyond the pale.

Page from 7th grader's textbook

Tara Cali has every right to be enraged and her actions should enlighten parents everywhere. Parents-follow Tara’s lead. Pay attention to your child’s school work, in-class and at home. Take back our schools before it is too late.

Source: Mad World News


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