Friday, September 17, 2010

McCarthy Exposes Teacher's Islamic Indoctrination

Andy McCarthy does another of his excellent turns at exposing the way Progressive 'educators' are helping the spread of Islamism in the U.S.

For those with a strong stomach, here's part of McCarthy's report:
A sixth-grade class in Wellesley, Massachusetts, was dragged by their teachers to the notorious Roxbury mosque — the $15 million Saudi-funded, minareted Islamic center started by Abdurrahman Alamoudi (now serving a 23-year terrorism sentence) and run by the Muslim American Society (the quasi-official arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States).

Capitalizing on the goo that passes for “social studied” curricula, parents were told the “field trip” was “to learn about the architecture of the mosque and observe a midday prayer service.” One parent was concerned enough to volunteer as a chaperone and bring along a camera.

The result is stunning: an unabashed exercise in Islamic dawa, the “call to Islam” and the manner by which the Brotherhood’s spiritual guide, Yusuf Qaradawi, promises that Islam will “conquer America” and “conquer Europe.” Qaradawi — wonder of wonders — is a trustee of the Roxbury mosque (although he is banned from the U.S. for sanctioning terrorism).
The indoctrination of anti-American values by teachers is now de rigeur in public schools and every single indoctrinator should be fired, post haste. That wish, of course, is sheer fantasy because those who would fire them are either utter avoid-all-controversy pragmatists or actually agree with the teachers.

The only ultimate solution to horrors like this is to eliminate the public school system, which has always been an immoral and impractical idea. That, too, is fantasizing at least for the next 20 years, probably longer. In the interim, McCarthy is doing the next best thing by exposing it to as wide an audience as possible.

The problem is, will many care? So far, the answer appears to be a resounding "No."


Ken said...

Homeschooling is more popular than anyone outside it realizes.

Jeff Perren said...

I'd like to see it encompass nearly 100% of children, at least until public education is ended.

But, if my memory serves, it's about 3%.

Still, it's been on the rise for several years, so that's a good trend.