In Illinois, there is a state law requiring public schools to offer at least one unit on grievance-stoking “African-American history.” But that’s not good enough for the Chicago Public Schools, which are planning to devote the entire curriculum to the absurd ideology of Afrocentricity.
A more pernicious course of brainwashing would be difficult to imagine. Fortunately the graduates of Chicago schools will be able to rely on Affirmative Action to obtain employment; they will need it when coming in competition with those who received educations based on factual knowledge rather than infantile moonbattery.
Assuming the goal is to prevent assimilation, the curriculum is bound to succeed.
Iran Counts on World Government of Thugs & Crooks to do its Bidding
Iran demands UN to act on behalf of Iranian ‘ambassador’
The United States has said it would not grant a visa to Abutalebi because of his (terrorist and hostage taking involvement) connection to the 1979-1981 Tehran hostage crisis when Iranian students seized the U.S. Embassy and held 52 Americans hostage for 444 days. Abutalebi has said he acted only as a translator.
Robert Spencer puts this sellout through the shredder.
Founding dean of the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University Lawrence Pintak (inset) recently co-edited an e-book meant to be a field guide for journalists when reporting on Islamic issues.
A “how-to” guide published by a prominent journalism school to help reporters covering Islam-related issues is under fire from critics who say it sacrifices the First Amendment to political correctness.
“Islam for Journalists,” an online guide from Washington State University, says coverage of the Muslim world can be fair, yet inoffensive without compromising journalistic principles. Yet it pointedly condemns publication of images of Muhammed, an act which is forbidden by the Koran, and seems to equate it with violence carried out in the name of Islam.
Legacy of Iraq makes us afraid to take on radical Islam, says Blair: Former PM insists world must not be afraid to ‘take sides’
He will name Egypt, Yemen, Lebanon, Syria and Pakistan in speech today
Claims radical Islam exists in the school systems of close military allies
Former Labour PM has insisted the West should have bombed Syria
Tony Blair will admit today that his military intervention in Iraq and Afghanistan has made the West less inclined to tackle radical Islam.
The former prime minister will insist that despite the long shadow cast by those wars, Britain and the rest of the world must ‘take sides’ in confronting a ‘deadly’ mixture of religion and politics across the Middle East.
All three of the UK’s major Parties have expressed alarm at a letter circulating among 25 of Birmingham’s schools: “We have an obligation to our children to fulfil our roles and ensure these schools are run on Islamic principles. We are on our way to getting rid of even more head teachers and taking over their schools.”
The letter continued: “You must remember this is a ‘jihad’, and as such, all means possible to win the war is acceptable.”
Birmingham has a large Islamic population, 22 percent of the city’s residents identified themselves as “Islamic” in the 2011 census.
With polls showing Islamophobia a problem at the same time more Muslim Americans are making a positive impact on local communities, Dr. Syed Mohiuddin figured it’s time to hold a national conference about Islam in Detroit. …More submission to the strange god and islamophonia at Detroit Free Press
… Amid the stories of stories of loss and trauma, and of decency and heroism, precious little has been said about the bitter experiences of Muslims in the aftermath of the bombing, nor the broader assault on civil liberties, carried out in the name of keeping us safe from violence and terrorism. …
More bitter experiences and ‘demonization’ of the demonic religion at Socialist Worker (thanks to Mullah/pbuh)