Florida's Hillsborough County parent body is a textbook case study of how to fight Muslim Brotherhood indoctrination of our children.This is exactly the strategy I outline in my book, Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance. When it became known that Hamas-CAIR was making presentations to our children in the Florida public schools, concerned parents and freedom activists sprung into action. AFDI/SIOA applauds their determination and vigilance. Bravo!
Previously: story breaks at Atlas December 4, 2011: Child Abuse: Hamas-Linked CAIR Poisoning Minds of High School Students
December 19, 2011: 'Hamas High School in Florida?', American Thinker
January 5, 2011, Hamas-linked CAIR in your Kid's Classroom: A Parent's First-Hand Account
January 7, 2012: Pamela Geller, Big Government Column: Hamas-linked CAIR in the Classroom
February 15th, 2012, AFDI/SIOA EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Parents at Hillsborough School Board Meeting Demand Hamas-CAIR Indoctrination of School Children Cease
February 29th, 2012: Power to the Parents: After Thousands of Complaints, Hillsborough schools to limit outside speakers, i.e. CAIR
March 1, 2012: VIDEO Victory: After National Uproar, Fla. Hillsborough School ...
Last night was the third school board meeting where teachers and administrators were called to account for their reckless vetting of speakers to our children. Here's a link to the video of last night's meeting. And below is a dhimmi reporter's account of the victory for freedom.
Hillsborough School Board again hears complaints about Muslim visit to classroom By Marlene Sokol, Times Staff Writer (hat tip Larissa S)
TAMPA — For a fourth time this year, the Hillsborough County School Board heard complaints Tuesday about last fall's visit by a Muslim [Brotherhood- ed] leader to Steinbrenner High School.
Appearing three days before a board workshop to discuss classroom visitors, 21 speakers called for a policy banning the Council on American-Islamic Relations. As in past meetings, some alleged the group has ties to terrorist groups — which CAIR denies — while others attacked Islam itself.
Board members did not respond.
Hassan Shibly, the CAIR leader who met with Steinbrenner's world history students, was not at the meeting. And he said he will not be at Friday's 2 p.m. workshop, as he will be leading weekly prayers at a mosque.
Hezb'Allah supporter Shibly lost. He crawled back under his rock.
The speakers included conservative activists David Caton and Terry Kemple, now a candidate for School Board who last week said CAIR is as objectionable as a group supporting pedophilia.
Kemple offered to draft a policy for the board. "I hope that out of the workshop comes something meaningful to address this issue," he said. "Because we will be back, if not."