Saudi propaganda, that is … we all know it is rife in places like Pakistan and the Gaza Strip. But in American K – 12 public schools? You betcha. National Review Online has the full expose of Saudi- funded Middle East curriculum currently in use in K – 12 schools in which:
the religion of Islam is promoted … in schools;
American policy in the Muslim world is sharply criticized;
Islamic principles are memorized;
the life of Mohammed and historic spread of Islam (by the sword) is celebrated;
prayers at mosques are acted out;
students watch newscasts to pinpoint cases in which Muslims are stereotyped as violent;
study materials induce teachers to embrace Islamic religious beliefs;
and more. Where is the ACLU, you ask? Good question. I wondered that too. Their latest case involves a painting of Jesus in a Louisiana courthouse, in which these words are displayed under the painting:
To Know Peace, Obey These Laws
The ACLU is fighting to have the portrait and words removed, because “the words in the Establishment Clause mean that no government entity can promote or endorse one religion over others.” However, courthouses are usually frequented by adults of their own volition, who (hopefully) can choose to disregard whatever they see with which they disagree. Public schools, on the other hand, are usually frequented by impressionable children who are mandated to attend. And the last time I looked, public schools were government entities. But since the Islamic indoctrination is going on there with nary a peep out of these stalwart champions of civil liberties, I have to assume the truth is, the ACLU are anti- God, the God of the Bible, the Creator of heaven and earth. Allah they have no problem with.
Hey, I wonder how many “civil liberties” the ACLU will have left to champion if they succeed in defeating the God of the Bible in American life, and in replacing Him with Allah and Mohammed? But they probably don’t spend too much time dwelling on that.