Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
It is amazing how little the average American knows about Islam. The same can be said for our elected officials on the left.
Apparently they blindly share an "It can't happen here mind set," when it's been going on for years.
That's my story and I'm sticking to it, I'm J.C. and I approve this message.
Indoctrination in the public schools. This is, by far, the most dangerous and insidious forms of stealth jihad. Education about Islam is critical in order to prepare the next generation for the long war. Proselytizing (dawah) isn't teaching.
History books are scrubbed of centuries of jihad wars. There is no mention of hundreds of millions of vicitims of jihad wars, land appropriations, annihilations and enslavement. Current event courses omit the vicious persecution, oppression and slaughter of non-Muslims living in Muslim countries.
During the Republican primary race for President, I exposed an Islamophiliac curriculum instituted in Texas under Governor Rick Perry. Many of the weak and spinelesss in the right-wing blogosphere attacked me mercilessly. But they were wrong. I was right. This indoctrination is poison.
School Defends Textbook Calling Muhammad “God’s Messenger” Todd Starnes,FOX News August 3, 2013
School officials in Florida are defending a textbook that declares Muhammad as the “Messenger of God” after critics accused an Islamic education group of launching a stealth jihad in American public school classrooms.
The Prentice World History textbook being used in Brevard Public Schools includes a 36-page chapter on Islam but no chapters on Christianity or Judaism.
According to a copy obtained by Fox News, The ninth grade textbook declares that Muhammad is the “Messenger of God” and instructs students that jihad is a duty that Muslims must follow.
“Jihad may be interpreted as a holy war to defend Islam and the Muslim community, much like the Crusades to defend Christianity,” the book states.
The textbook published large passages from the Koran, but failed to include any Scripture from the Bible. And while the book makes declarations about Muhammad being God’s messenger, it does not make declarations about Jesus being God’s son.
“Some believed he was the messiah,” the textbook noted in an entry about Jesus. The book noted that He was later executed, but failed to mention His resurrection.
Brevard Public Schools defended the textbook and said it provided a balanced view of world religions.
WITH ISLAM THERE ISN'T A BALANCED VIEW, ISLAM IS A CULT. IT'S QUITE SIMPLE, "SUBMIT OR DIE".
For more please see Dangers of Allah here.
“An analysis of one textbook cannot provide a balanced understanding as to what the students in Brevard Public Schools are learning throughout their academic careers,” spokeswoman Michelle Irwin said in a statement.
She said the Prentice Hall World History textbook incorporated a review of the origin of Christianity and Judaism – subjects covered indepth in sixth grade classrooms. Entire article below.