UPDATE: The Georgia school teaching Islamic misogyny in a positive light is scrubbing the links from the web (like they did with the Rick Perry curriculum). Here is the lesson that was taken down. Here is the cache.
The Georgia lesson plan for children I reported on here, was hosted on a public school district's official website. http://schoolwires.henry.k12.ga.us/437720430143529100/lib/437720430143529100/My_Name_is_Ahlima.pdf has been removed. If you see something, screen grab it.
I have been exposing the grotesque lessons being taught statewide to Georgia school children. Misogyny, homicide bombing, Jew hatred, packaged in multi-culti tolerance of Islam, is being spoon fed to our young.
After I ran screen shots and text of the actual pro-misogynist lessons, many Atlas readers wrote to Henry County Schools about their agenda of "Islamizing the Curriculum: Selling Misogyny to Children." Here is a reply that Atlas reader Carmel received from their Communications Specialist. It appears it's going to be pulled from their curriculum.
"...After a careful review, we can confirm that the item in question (brought forth by your email below Re: "Subject: This agenda is seditious") is not part of our approved system curriculum. We have identified the source of the item and are removing the item from the school site. Please be assured that our emphasis is ensuring academic success for our students using only appropriate academic resources..."
But what about the other school districts teaching this poison and the other www.inspirededucators.com lessons (see below)?
The pro-Islamic misogyny lesson of concern was also taught at Campbell Middle School in Cobb County.
Technically Campbell is located in Smyrna, Georgia and not Marietta. According to a teacher for 8 years in Cobb County from 2000 to 2007:
This matters because the majority of people in the Smyrna area are typically more connected to Atlanta instead of Marietta and probably do not subscribe to the Marietta Daily Journal. I was personally astounded to read about Islamic propaganda in my school zone considering I had heard nothing about this in my area. I am so thankful I read your post. Many concerned parents might not have read Armstrong's article and might not have known from their child that this curriculum is in circulation. I was personally astounded to read about Islamic propaganda in my school zone considering I had heard nothing about this elsewhere. I am so thankful I read your post concerning Laura Armstrong's column in the MDJ.
Please keep encouraging Atlas readers to contact the school board here in Cobb County.
It helps when you write and send copies of the PDFs not just to the school board but to elected officials and members of the media. Here's a list of Cobb County elected officials. Do whatever it takes.
Laura Armstrong, Georgia newspaper columnist, wrote yesterday that "parents must band together and say no to the ‘Islamizing’ of public schools" in the Marietta Daily Journal.
Here are other lessons shilling for jihad. It is more public school proselytizing for Islam in the Georgia school district currciulum here. Here's more "inspired education" from the same group that produced the "My Name is Ahlima" trash. What other school districts and states is this propaganda mill supplying with dawah? Can we get a list of schools from http://inspirededucators.com/?
The title for this lesson says it all: "A Martyr's Story" (hat tip Kamala)
This lesson plan includes a horribly anti-Israel editorial called "A Palestinian's Plea" to justify terrorism and suicide bombing. The "Procedure" section of the handout reads:
Direct the class to “A Palestinian’s Plea” and have the student(s) read the editorial. Discuss what the frustrations are of groups like this in the Middle East (People may feel powerless, victimized, feel like their land has been taken, etc.) and what conditions could contribute to their anger and frustration (deaths of loved ones, horrific conditions in refugee camps, etc.)
And what is this "plea?"
Life for Palestinians in the West Bank is a struggle. Poverty and an unfair Jewish government create a terrible situation. It is not hard to understand why people would take their anger and frustration out on somebody, and it is understandable that person would be
Jewish. It is the Jews that take our land, it is the Jews that destroy our homes, and it is the Jews who have killed our children!
It should go without saying that there are no other perspectives presented.
No context. Nothing about the 1,400 years of Islamic Jew-hatred. Or about Islam's role in the holocaust. The Mufti of Jerusalem. The relentless wars against the tiny Jewish state by Muslim countries since 1948. Are the children taught about Khaybar?
This lesson is on examining the Middle East. In response to the statement, "Islam is very different from Christianity and Judaism," the following is offered "to extend student answers and guide
discussion as needed." (hat tip Kamala)
There are many similarities between all three religions. All three are monotheistic, and perhaps most importantly, all three worship the same god, the God of Abraham. All three have holy texts and worship in particular buildings. There are of course differences in beliefs and practices, but they are not fundamentally different at all.
Plus this jewel:
The vast majority of Muslims are peaceful people who live their lives according to their interpretation of the Qur’an (which forbids violence except to defend Islam). Very few use violence and terrorism to further their goals.
More Georgia Islamic brainwashing of the children: