After forcing children to watch Islamic propaganda videos and learn how Muslims pray to Allah, the School District of Chatham has been slapped with a federal lawsuit in New Jersey by the Thomas More Law Center.
The nonprofit group filed a federal lawsuit in the New Jersey District Court on January 23 on behalf of Libby Hilsenrath, who said her 12-year-old son was forced to watch the video claiming Islam was the only “true faith.”
The Islamic video, titled, “What is Islam? A brief introduction for Non-Muslims” was shown in a seventh-grade World Geography and Cultures class, where Hilsenrath said it sought to teach children that Islam was the only true religion.
The angered mother said the video blatantly made no mention of Christianity, Judaism, or other religions and tried to teach children how to bow to Allah.
The video was unequivocally crafted to radicalize those who watched the video and featured numerous quotations that were presented to the students as facts.
The suit alleges First Amendment violations and names as defendants several officials and teachers at CMS and the school district.
“Allah is the one God who created the heavens and the earth, who has no equal and is all powerful,” one quote in the video said.
“Muhammad (Peace be upon him) is the last and final Messenger of God. God gave him the Noble Quran,” another quote claimed.
A third quote read: “Islam: A shining beacon against the darkness of repression, segregation, intolerance, and racism…”
This mother has every right to be highly upset with what this progressive school forced her child — and many others — to watch.
While former President Barack Obama appeased radical Islam and would have probably applauded this school’s effort to propagandize its students, many should worry about their children being forced to learn about a violent religion like Islam.
This is the same religion that forbids women of essentially all basic human rights, murders homosexuals, and wages jihad against Christians and all other nonbelievers.
Liberals believe in separating church and state but are all for joining Mosque and school.
Source: The New American