A teacher at Foster High School in Texas is facing punishment from the school district for an 8 page handout that warned the class about the truth of Islam.
Though the information on the handouts did not specify the source, it appears that the information could easily be verified, and confirmed.
Among the information in the handouts were facts like:
- Muhammad posed as a prophet. . .Both Jesus and Paul warned that after they were gone many false prophets would come. Muhammad is simply one of them. . .”
- “Islam is more of an ideology than a religion. It is also an ideology of war. . .”
- “[Islam forces] its ideology on cultures and ultimately on the world through propaganda, subversion, and even physical force when it is deemed necessary, one area of the world at a time.”
- “You will either give into their demands recognizing Islam’s ‘noble’ rule, you will become a Muslim yourself, or you will die.”
- “[Muslims believe] All governments – except Islam – should be overthrown.”
- “. . .everyone will be brought under the yoke of Islam, willingly or unwillingly.”
- “. . .even though generally Islamic followers will say that they ‘believe’ in Jesus and respect Him and the Bible, in fact, neither is really true.”
Designated Terror Group Hamas-CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) were called in by one Muslim student’s parents, who spoke to the principal saying it was inappropriate.
CAIR’s Houston director told KHOU 11 News that the Foster HS principal confirmed what the teacher handed out, and said that he is not happy about it.
“We’re disappointed to learn one teacher made independent changes to a lesson plan, resulting in information being given that didn’t follow subject matter, or state and local curriculum plans. As soon as this issue was brought to our attention, the administration addressed the situation with the teacher. Ensuring our students have access to factual information, given in the proper context, is a priority in our District. Arbitrary curriculum decisions, which are clearly outside of the guidelines, won’t be tolerated.
“I don’t think it should have been passed out. I think we should just let people do their religion thing,” said Foster HS grandmother Janie Pena.
“I would prefer to not have anything brought to the kids that was not approved by the school board — good bad or indifferent — and we need to be fair to everyone,” said Luana Schramme, whose kids graduated from Foster.
The District added that the teacher will face “appropriate disciplinary measures.”
These are copies of the pages the teacher gave out.
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