It is surprising that in Texas of all places the school system is stealthily trying to implement Sharia law under the guise of learning about other cultures. Apparently, some parents did not learn of their daughters donning burkas as part of the curriculum until they saw pictures of them on Facebook! This is cultural jihad, designed to normalize Islamic customs and law little by little. According to a story on WorldNetDaily, a student in the class reported that the lesson was to teach about the life of women in Islam. The burqa exercise focused on fashion and did not include the fact that in many Muslim communities, women who appear in public without a burqa face being beaten, imprisoned or murdered by family members, vigilante groups or even the state.
No, they will avoid these facts like the plague. The story from WND went on to say that at the end of class, the students were assigned to write a paper about Egypt. According to one student, they were instructed to discuss “how Egypt was a good country until democracy took over, and that things were finally corrected when the Muslim Brotherhood came into power.”
To get a better understanding of the curriculum, WND reached out to Mary Bowen. Bowen is a teacher of more than 30 years with a master’s degree in curriculum who recently testified before the Senate Education Committee about CSCOPE’s academic deficiencies and its politically driven nature.
Commenting on a picture in the curriculum of smiling Muslim children, Bowen said, “I wonder if they have been taught that the women they are representing cannot drive, cannot be schooled, that they do not have legal birth records and if they are accused of rape/sexual impropriety their father can legally take them out on the patio and kill them like a dog without legal penalty.
“I just wonder if they are being taught the real story behind the burqa.”
Someone is trying to pull a fast one on the people of Texas. If you live there you need to complain until this is changed. And tell all of your friends about this…forward this blog to them.
Until next time,