The case in Marion County is still going on
Randy Fritz, a former civil rights investigator with the state of New Hampshire, told the School Board that Islam was not just a religion but also a political philosophy.
He described Islam's tenets as anti-homosexual, "anti-woman" and anti-Semitic, and denounced the faith as "the most bigoted religion on this planet."
"Why don't we get some equal treatment" for Christianity? he asked.
Another speaker, Robert Dreyfus, listed "promoting Islam" among a number of social ills he associated with public education, including weeding out the religious beliefs of "95 percent" of schoolchildren by the time they graduate.
"I know what you'd call that system, but I'd call it evil," Dreyfus said.
"We can fight this nonsense," added a third voice, Linda Miller, "because these people don't care about our children, just the almighty dollar."
As seen by how they hang onto their undeserved jobs, pure and simple. Unfortunately, this article predictably looks for a way to slander the interviewee:
In her comments, Stacy said the issue was not just that "World History" appeared to be one-sided for Islam but that its information was incorrect.
She did not specify which parts were wrong. She only noted that the publisher agreed to make changes to the text after Jewish leaders in Palm Beach County complained.
What if she did specify? Such atrocious reporters and editors at the Ocala Star Banner, who obviously have no interest in researching the Koran on their part. But good to know Jewish reps voiced their own objections. The company that published this degrading textbook appears to be British, which explains a thing or two.
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