A dad in England was shocked after seeing a note from his 12-year-old stepdaughter announcing she was converting to Islam.
Mark McLachlan was even more stunned when he learned the note actually was a homework assignment from his daughter’s public middle school.
The instructions read: “Write a letter to family about converting to Islam.”
Like many non-Muslim parents, McLachlan was upset that Islam indoctrination had infiltrated his stepdaughter’s middle-school curriculum.
“She was told to Google ‘Why should I convert to Islam,’” McLachlan told the U.K. Daily Mail.
“I just don’t see why they should ask a child to write a letter addressed to their family about converting to another religion,” he explained. “If they want children to learn about Islam, then go teach them all about it and its history.
“What I don’t want is a school asking my stepdaughter to look into reasons for converting to another religion,” he added.
The School in Houghton-le-Spring, England, claimed the Muslim-conversion letter was part of a class about religion. But no similar assignment was given to students asking them to write letters to their parents confessing they were converting to Christianity, atheism or Judaism.
If you think Mark McLachlan is overreacting, then turn the tables and imagine the reaction if a Muslim dad saw a homework assignment asking his child to write why he was renouncing Islam to become a Jew or a Christian.
Predictably, liberal media slammed McLachlan as a “racist” (Earth to liberals: Islam is not a race). But is he wrong for rejecting the brainwashing of his 12-year-old daughter? Consider Islam’s brutal history of oppressing women, and you can be sure that most reasonable parents would side with McLachlan.
Meanwhile, this Islamization of Europe has quickly become the norm in Western European nations as their Muslim populations skyrocket.
“Mohammed” is now the most popular boy’s name in the world, starting with the U.K.; Oslo, Norway; Brussels and Antwerp in Belgium; and in four of the biggest cities in the Netherlands: Amsterdam, Rotterdam, the Hague and Utrecht.
Many observers note that this is not integration; this is an invasion. And it’s not just Europeans who are being brainwashed to embrace a political ideology masquerading as a religion.
In the United States, many public schools (which are supposed to be secular) have prayer rooms set aside to accommodate Muslim students, who pray five times a day. But try to say “Merry Christmas” in these same schools or pray before a high school football game, and you’ll immediately get smacked down.
Martin Mawyer, president of the Christian Action Network, recently threatened to sue the Department of Education for “funding pro-Islamic propaganda.”
Mawyer said federal taxpayer dollars were being used (unbeknownst to parents) to provide an Islamic education program to American public school children grades 5 through 12.
Mawyer said the “educational” lesson plan gives detailed instructions on Islamic prayers and rituals and has teachers quiz students on them.
He was especially outraged because similar lessons are not offered on Christianity, Judaism or any other religion. Mawyer told Fox News that Islam-promoting liberals would be furious if similar lessons on Christianity or another religion were rammed down students’ throats.
“We know the ACLU would be outraged,” Mawyer said. “They’d be running to the courthouse steps with a lawsuit in their hand. They’d probably break a leg trying to get up those steps fast enough!”
— Audrey (@AudreyPatriote) November 10, 2017
If Muslim students were forced to take detailed lessons on Christianity or Judaism, you can be sure their parents would already have filed lawsuits.
In his 2015 novel “Submission,” French satirical writer Michel Houellebecq imagined Paris in 2022, where France’s Islamic party comes to power and Shariah is the law of the land.
Women are forced to wear hijabs and aren’t allowed to work outside the home, Jews are pressured to emigrate to Israel and non-Muslims are forbidden from teaching.
While “Submission” is meant to be satire, could such a new world order be far off given how things are going now?
Import the Third World, become the Third World: this is Paris! pic.twitter.com/cytkwC3NlH
— Voice of Europe (@V_of_Europe) November 4, 2017
Samantha Chang is a contributor to BizPac Review and a financial editor.
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