Truth be told…

As our children are entering a new school year, and in light of all that we have discovered and exposed within the last few months, it is imperative to ask your children what their school is telling them about Islam.  As I am travelling through different states, I am hearing some of the stories children are telling their parents what school officials wont. Here are some of the things I have learned today:

A student tells his father his class was made to repeat a phrase 3 times …”there is no god but god (Allah), and Muhammad is the messenger of god. This is the SHAHADA, the first of the five pillars of Islam.   This is considered one of the most important of the 5 pillars as it is the “testifying” to the belief.

A student tells his parents he couldn’t eat his lunch, because another student could not. The other student was fasting, as this is Ramadan. The child continued to say he was not told he could not eat, but felt “weird” eating in front of the other child.

A student tells his parents he needs a picture of a mosque, since the class has to develop a website for an islamic community center.

This is not in Tennessee, it is in Texas, Washington and Minnesota.  We are not alone in the indoctrination of our children in public schools. We are alone in the fight to stop it.

Thank you to all that have emailed pieces of information on the happenings in the public schools in Tennessee, we will be releasing those items next week. Please continue the good work!

Cathy H

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One Response to Truth be told…

  1. Peg Hamlett says:

    If we don’t get a handle on this Islamic infiltration, we will be hearing the Islamic call to prayer FIVE times a day, blaring across the atmosphere of our communities.

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