Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Storm Track Infiltration: Textbooks to Teach PC Islam

Little by little the false messages of Islam is being foisted upon our children in preparation for them becoming good little dhimmis.

A new report issued by the American Textbook Council says books approved for use in local school districts for teaching middle and high school students about Islam caved in to political correctness and dumbed down the topic at a critical moment in its history.

"Textbook editors try to avoid any subject that could turn into a political grenade," wrote Gilbert Sewall, director of the council, who railed against five popular history texts for "adjusting the definition of jihad or sharia or removing these words from lessons to avoid inconvenient truths."

Sewall complains the word jihad has gone through an "amazing cultural reorchestration" in textbooks, losing any connotation of violence. He cites Houghton Mifflin's popular middle school text, "Across the Centuries," which has been approved for use in Montgomery County Schools. It defines "jihad" as a struggle "to do one's best to resist temptation and overcome evil."

Sewall's report blames publishing companies for allowing the influence of groups like the California-based Council on Islamic Education to serve throughout the editorial process as "screeners" for textbooks, softening or deleting potentially unflattering topics within the faith.


I pity our children – those who will fight the war Islam. We are sending them out to the future battlefield ill-prepared for knowing their enemy.

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1 Comments:

  • Susan Douglass, convert to Islam and married to a Wahhabist, has her hand in this.

    Sometimes her name appears in the textbook credits and sometimes not.

    Google search her name as spelled above. In addition, her middle initial is "L."

    By Blogger Always On Watch, at 6:33 AM  

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