Every day a little Moe:
Update: Berlin gets (another) Sowdi Barbarian funded Wahabi school, a proper “King Fahd Academie” of course. Whatcha gonna do about that, infidel? (article in German from PI)
Islamic school protest
HUNDREDS of people are expected to attend a rally being held in opposition to plans for an Islamic school in Cecil Park this weekend.
Residents of Cecil Park, Horsley Park and Mt Vernon have been invited to Horsley Park showground at 1pm on Saturday to voice their concerns over the construction of the school. Fairfield Advance has more>>
What kind of Assyrian is Anwar Khoshaba? An Islamo-Christian?
I would like to thank Deputy Mayor Anwar Khoshaba for helping us with this project, it is very important to my family and many other families in Fairfield that we can send our children to a school which teaches them the good values of Islam as well as a good education so they have a future in this beautiful country.
Why would Â Assyrian Christians with a history of persecution under Islam advance Islamic causes in Australia?
InÂ 1984, George Orwell wrote, “Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past”. If we allow Muslims to get involved in the education of our kids we will lose everything.
Schools are dropping controversial subjects from history lessons – such as the Holocaust and the Crusades – because teachers do not want to cause offence, Government research has found … Some teachers have even dropped the Holocaust completely from lessons over fears that Muslim pupils might express anti-Semitic reactions in class.
This was from a study for the Department of Education, which noted that “teachers and schools avoid emotive and controversial history for a variety of reasons, some of which are well-intentioned. Staff may wish to avoid causing offence or appearing insensitive to individuals or groups in their classes. In particular settings, teachers of history are unwilling to challenge highly contentious or charged versions of history in which pupils are steeped at home, in their community or in a place of worship. Â More>>