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Reader comment on item: Spreading Islam in American Public Schools

Submitted by Cici (United States), Apr 6, 2005 at 21:06

There are so many stories like this--the well-oiled Islamist machine skillfully indoctrinating our kids, teaching them to hold a favorable view of its very destructive belief system, often without the knowledge or consent of the parents.

There is some help, though, on a couple of websites. One of them, www.Co-Jet.org, has many articles etc. on Islam, all divided into categories. One of the categories is "schools," and under that category there is a WND article paired up with a petition that can be copied and used. Both are about the unwitting conversion of American school children to Islam through role-playing activities in class.

Another is www.ReligionofPeace.com, which is a great site, and it has a link to an on-line book called "Islam Undressed," by Vernon Richards, that parents can use to counter the nonsense they see in their children's textbooks. The book goes over Islam from its very beginning to the present day, and it doesn't commit lies of commission or omission--it's the straight scoop, from A to Z. The book is written at the adult reading level, so for younger children, the parents would have to go over the contents with them, but many older middle school and high school students could read it themselves.

I was lucky, because I copied off the book just before it disappeared into the ether somewhere. When I asked about it, the host and the author both said the problem should be solved soon.

It's well worth the wait, and can provide a partial solution to the PC textbook situation.

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