Department of Education’s Islamization of public schools video gets media attention…..

DOE is being asked to remove the Islamic Indoctrination Program for Grades 5 – 12 by Martin Mawyer of the Christian Action Network.

 

The United States Department of Education has developed an Islamic indoctrination program for public schools called, ‘Access Islam.’ The lesson plans are written for grades 5 through 12. They include worksheets and videos to help students perform the 5 Pillars of Islam – prayer, fasting, alms giving, pilgrimage to Mecca and the proclamation of Muslim faith.

In case you missed the original video:

Pro-Islam Lessons Found in All Grades in Public Schools
The taxpayer-supported Department of Education (DOE) is funding an Islamic indoctrination program in America’s public schools in grades 5 through 12, Christian Action Network has learned.

Students are taught to learn Islamic scripture, give the meaning of that Islamic verse, and explain how they can use it in their daily lives.

“How can this be anything other than indoctrination?” said Martin Mawyer, president and founder of Christian Action Network (CAN).

The DOE offers no similar lesson plans for Christianity, Mawyer added. “There is absolutely no balance in the curricula offered. Only Islam is given a full course of study.”
“Access Islam,” from the PBS web site, funded by the U.S. Department of Education.
“Access Islam,” from the PBS web site, funded by the U.S. Department of Education.

The Islamic education program, funded by the DOE, is primarily disseminated through PBS LearningMedia and the Educational Broadcasting Corporation.

The curriculum is called “Access Islam” and includes such lessons as:

The Five Pillars of Islam, in which students in grades 5 through 12 explore and understand the basic beliefs of Islam, as well as “the Five Pillars that guide Muslims in their daily life … students will create posters about the Five Pillars for classroom display.” Students also learn the proclamation of Islamic faith — which is akin to learning the Christian “prayer of salvation.” (More information here)
The U.S. Department of Education’s funding of an Islamic indoctrination curricula is the topic of a new video produced by Christian Action Network.
The U.S. Department of Education’s funding of an Islamic indoctrination curricula is the topic of a new video produced by Christian Action Network.

Salat: Prayer in Muslim Life, in which students in grades 5 through 12 learn “the importance of the Quran in daily worship.” The students are asked, “What do you see and hear when Muslims pray? How do the words sound? What is the purpose of praying five times a day?”
Quran: Sacred Scripture of Islam, in which students in grades four to six are taught that the Quran “is considered the word of Allah.” Students must review quotes from the Quran and Hadith. They must then to present one of the Islamic quotes to the teacher and “describe the passages practical application…”
“Can anyone imagine The Lord’s Prayer recited in a classroom?” asked Mawyer. “Or students taught that the Bible is the inspired, infallible final Word of God? Or displaying the Christian cross in the school classroom? Or lesson plans that encourage students to pray to Jesus Christ? It’s out of the question! Christ, the Bible, the cross and Christian prayer were thrown out our public schools decades ago.

In one DOE funded video, students are introduced to a man who has converted from Christianity to Islam. The Muslim man tells students that Islam “is the true worship of God.” The man then instructs children to “submit yourself” to Allah.

Mawyer said he was so shocked when he learned that the Islamic curriculum was funded by the DOE that his organization fired off a legal “Letter of Demand” to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos demanding that the Islamic program be defunded and removed from access to the public schools of America.

In the Five Pillars of Islam lesson plan, students are told to “focus on learning about the core duties of Muslims” and to “read about what it means to proclaim faith or belief as a Muslim.”

“As I scanned through the information online, it became obvious to me that the material is much more like a Sunday School lesson plan than a proper educational lesson on Islam,” said Mawyer. “These lessons are teaching our children and grandchildren how to be, act and live like Muslims. It’s outrageous! And every Christian and Jewish parent in America should be appalled at how our children are being indoctrinated into the Islamic belief system and lifestyle.”

Students are taught in detail how to pray like a Muslim in the lesson plan “Salat: Prayer in Muslim Life.” The lesson plan includes prayers that can be recited by students, descriptions of how and when to pray, and refers students to the web site “islamicity.com” to get more information about Islamic prayer times around the world.

In this same study students are told to memorize the following prayer from Quran 96:1-5:

“In the name of thy lord who created man from a clot. And thy lord is the most generous who taught by the pen, taught man that which he knew not.”
Mawyer noted that students are NOT taught that Jesus is Lord, but they DO learn that Allah is God.

“I am calling on all Americans to demand the Department of Education dump this program,” said Mawyer. “This is an outrageous abuse of our taxpayer dollars, and an affront to the rights of parents to teach their children the religion of their choice.”

As well as the DOE video, CAN has also released a video that takes a broader look at Islam in the Schools:

Islam in the Schools: A Quick Look

Christian Action Network’s, “Islam in the Schools: A Quick Look,” is a shocking new DVD documentary look at Islamic education in our public schools. CAN has been exposing the Islamic agenda promoted in our public schools for years. Following are some examples of Islamic lessons from around the country which are highlighted in our new video:

Above is taken from a worksheet given to 6th graders at Alston Middle School in South Carolina. In it, students must write, “Islam is a religion of peace.” — despite the violence and death wreaked by Islam across the globe — and they must also write that God is called, “Allah.”

Above, children must complete the Five Pillars of Islam, which is the Islamic profession of faith. The directions tell students: “Look at the Five Pillars of Islam. Then read the statements from the Quran below.

The worksheet also teaches: “There is no god but Allah, and Muhammad is his prophet.”  And students are told that in order to be a good Muslim, they must pray five times a day, give alms, fast from sunrise to sunset during Ramadan and make a pilgrimage to Mecca “at least once in your lifetime.”

In the worksheet above students are told, “there is no God but Allah.” And, “Muslims have a stronger faith than Christians.” They are also taught that “All people must submit to Allah.”

More examples:

Tenth-grade students were asked to design an Islamic pamphlet that would make Islam appealing to elementary students. (Jennison High School, Michigan)

Ninth-grade students were instructed to write: “Most Muslims have a stronger faith than the average Christian.” (Porter Ridge HS, North Carolina)

Students had to learn vocabulary words by employing them into Islamic sentences. (Farmville Central HS, North Carolina)

Seventh-grade students were required to watch a video on “how to pray as a Muslim.” (Olmstead Falls, Ohio)

Eleventh-grade students were told to write: “Allah is the same god that is worshipped in Christianity and Judaism.” (La Plata HS, Maryland)

Seventh-grade students had to write: “All people must submit to Allah.” (Manhattan Beach Middle School, California)

Students were asked to make a “group mural” of the Five Pillars of Islam. (Canyon Lake Middle School, California)

Students listened to the morning Pledge of Allegiance being recited in Arabic. (Pine Bush HS, New York)

Students recite Pledge of Allegiance in Arabic at U.S. school.

Tenth-grade students were given an assignment to design an Islamic prayer rug. (Lyman High School, Florida)

Students had to learn: “I bear witness that there is no God but Allah.” (Revere Middle Schools, Massachusetts)

Metro Nashville High School students touring a mosque.

 

Metro Nashville High School students touring a mosque.

Sixth-grade students were taken on a tour of a mosque and instructed on how to pray as a Muslim. (Wellesley Middle School, Massachusetts)

Students were asked to write “There is no God but Allah” in calligraphy. (Riverheads HS, Virginia)

Children were asked to draw pictures of Muhammad. (Peach Street Kindergarten, Georgia)

Students were assigned a project to make a “Five Pillars of Islam” wall poster that was displayed in the school hallway. (Wichita Elementary, Kansas)

Ninth-grade students were asked to draw a propaganda poster for an Islamic terrorist organization. (Salem Junior High, Utah)

Seventh-grade students were given a worksheet that praised Sharia law, polygamy, forced marriages and women wearing the burqa. (Highland Hills Middle, Indiana)

Texas public school students don burqas as part of an Islamic lesson.

Texas public school students don burqas as part of an Islamic lesson.

Girls put on burqas as part of geography lesson.  (Lumberto HS, Texas)

Children were taught to sing an Islamic fight song with the words, “Allah is on the way.” (Spring View Middle School, California)

Sources: FOX News and CAN