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Moral decay in education.

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Submitted by Catarin (United States), Jul 12, 2008 at 20:39

I'm referring to a large number of educators who support the Islamic version of Arab history over the world-wide accepted Western history. How do they rationalize this?

My parents and my generation fought the infiltration of Communism and its philosophy into our social and educational systems in the US in the 1940s-1950s. Some of our response turned out to be pure nonsense, such as blacklisting Hollywood.

But the thing is, WE WON--there was no communism in the US to speak of.

What about the infiltration of extreme Muslim beliefs into our surroundings? Is there an ulterior motive to Muslims' promotion of their history which has nothing to do with what really happened? Of course. Are some of today's teachers and students just too damn lazy to check out sources?

Let's see proof and references for your claims that Muslim history is as you say.

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