Parents of a boy enrolled in Manhattan Beach Middle School are pulling their son out of class because the school is teaching children the tenets of the Islamic faith, Los Angeles news station KTLA reports.
Breitbart The father said, “The audacity of this school, to think that they can sit these children down and teach ’em whatever religion they please; it’s preposterous. This is illegal, basically. You can’t teach religion in schools any more, but apparently, in this particular school, at least, that’s not the case.”
Parents said they discovered that what their children were learning about Islam was more about the tenets of the faith than the history of the religion, according to KTLA. One question asked the students to write down teachings from the Koran.
The father continued, “What I saw written in these bubbles was, ‘The one true God, Allah’ in one of the bubbles. In one of the other bubbles was ‘All people must submit to Allah,’ in another bubble. The I turned the page over and I see the five pillars of Islam.”
The parents talked to the principal, but the school refused to change the schoolwork, prompting the parents to remove their son from the class. The school would not respond to questions from KTLA.
CAIR spokesIslamist with eye makeup blames growing anti-Muslim sentiment in America on Islamic terrorism around the world which she says is “not part of Islam.” Apparently, she thinks if she claims that “Islam is a religion of peace.” people will believe her! (HAH!)
The U.S. Marine veteran who is protesting his daughter’s school’s teaching of Islam in the classroom is interviewed in the video below.
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Officer in hospital with non-life threatening injuries. No word yet on whether the attacker was a Muslim like the one in New York City last week.
D.C. police are looking for a suspect who attempted a violent attack on an officer with an ax. According to Gwen Crump, spokeswoman for the Metropolitan Police Department, a man armed with an ax attacked an officer in the 3800 block of 13th Street NE shortly after 3:00 a.m. Crump says the attack was unprovoked. The officer was not struck by the weapon, but was injured while trying to disarm the suspect.
UPDATED The officer, who hasn’t been identified, wasn’t injured by the ax, but he chased the suspect and suffered a shoulder injury in a scuffle before the attacker ran away, police said. No motive is known and the suspect remains at large. Police said he was an African-American man about 6 feet tall and of stocky build.
Syed Azmi Alhabshi, a community activist, said he organized the ‘I want to touch a dog’ event to educate and familiarize Muslims who are known to be afraid of dogs and, in some cases, very cruel to them.
Syed Azmi Alhabshi (right)
Clarion Project Syed Azmi Alhabshi, a 30-year old pharmacist and community activist who organized the event along others, said in a press conferencethat the event was met to educate and familiarize the public anout dogs.
More than 1,000 people attended the event held in a park in an affluent neighborhood on the edge of Kuala Lumpur. “During the event, the participants were also given a detailed explanation on how to handle dogs.
Even though the event was organized by 10-15 people, Syed Azmi has become the public face of the event and has suffered its backlash. At the press conference, he apologized for the trouble the event had caused and for offending any Muslim sensibilities. He denied that he had organized the event to challenge the conservative establishment and promote liberalism.
But he continues to receive death threats. Some have threatened to break his bones and others said they would kill him if they see him on the street.”
Perak Mufti Tan Sri Harussani Zakaria dismissed Syed Azmi’s apology, saying it was insincere. “It’s just a game. His face showed no regret, but he smiled, so this is a game.” “We take offense at his actions because we are Muslims, but God is angry because he made a mockery of God’s Law, so he should repent and never do it again,” the mufti was quoted as saying.
Having such a big event was perceived by [hardliners] as a challenge of the status quo and a form of disrespect to the inherited norms of the majority.
The “I Want to Touch a Dog” event created a virtual storm on social media. Syed Azmi received more than 3,000 messages on his phone after the event, many of them threatening. But many Malaysians come out in favor of the event, posting positive comments on social media and news outlets.
A prominent human rights activist and daughter of a former prime minister in Malaysia, Marina Mahathir decried the “ignorance” of those who have instigated the hate campaign against Syed Azmi. “I didn’t realize that kindness is now considered despicable, but then the world has turned upside down,” Mahathir wrote in The Star.
“Never mind that the intention of those who attended was to learn about one of God’s own creatures and how to treat them kindly.”
The Austrian state prosecutor’s office says a 14-year-old Muslim boy has been arrested on suspicion of planning to place a bomb in a busy Viennese train station and could be charged with belonging to a terrorist organization.
CTV News A spokeswoman of the state prosecutor’s office, Michaela Obenaus, on Wednesday identified the suspect only as an Austrian citizen with Turkish roots who has lived for eight years in Austria.
Obenaus said the juvenile told police that he wants to fight on the side of Islamic extremists, had researched building a bomb on the internet and had mentioned Vienna’s downtown Westbahnhof rail station as a possible target.
In December of 2013, two new studies, one funded by the German government, found that the majority of Muslims believe that Islamic Sharia law should take precedence over the secular constitutions and laws of their European host countries.
What follows are some of the most important stories about the rise of Islam in Germany during 2013:
Young German patriots have joined the French ‘Generation Identity’ movement against Islamization and Multiculturalism
Gatestone Institute In January, the Turkish-run Kuba Camii Mosque in Eschweiler, a city situated along the German-Belgian-Dutch border and about 50 kilometers (30 miles) west of Cologne, for the first time began publicly calling Muslims to prayer. The Turkish imam of the Kuba Camii Mosque, Bahri Ciftci, declared his hopes that “the public prayer call will be a symbol of a tolerant, intercultural and interreligious common coexistence.”
The mosque is one of a growing number of Islamic institutions in Germany publicly calling the Muslim faithful to prayer—five times a day, seven days a week—with cries of Allahu Akbar! The eardrum-shattering prayer calls can be heard from great distances when amplified through electric loudspeakers. Critics say some German towns and cities are beginning to evoke the sounds and images of the Islamic Middle East.
On January 14, the City-State of Bremen signed a so-calledstate treaty with city’s 40,000-strong Muslim community. The agreement guarantees the protection of Muslim community properties, the approval of the construction of mosques with minarets and domes, the allotment of land for Muslim cemeteries, the supplying of halal food at prisons and hospitals, the recognition of three Muslim holidays, Muslim representation in state institutions and several other rights and privileges. Critics say the agreements do little to encourage Muslim integration into German society and instead will boost the growing influence of Islam in the country by encouraging the perpetuation of a Muslim parallel society.
Also in January, a court in Berlin convicted two Islamistsof being members of al-Qaeda and sentenced them to a combined 15 years in prison. At the time of their arrest, police uncovered a treasure trove of intelligence, including more than 100 al-Qaeda planning documents that described some of the terror group’s most audacious plots and a road map for future operations. Future plots include the seizing of cruise ships and carrying out other large-scale terrorist attacks in Europe.
Citing a classified government report, the daily Bild said on January 29 that more than 100 German Islamists are believed to have received paramilitary training at terrorist training camps abroad, and that half of that group had already returned to Germany. The classified report said the militants included many German converts to radical Islam who have received training from al-Qaeda on how to plan attacks as “autonomous cells” in Germany.
Anti-Islamization float in German carnival parade
From Berlin to Dortmund to Mönchengladbach, the proliferation of mosques housed in former churches reflects the rise of Islam as the fastest growing religion in post-Christian Germany. A German-born Islamic jihadist calling himself “Abu Azzam the German” threatened to attack Berlin and kill German Chancellor Angela Merkel. “We want to see Obama and Merkel dead!” he sings. “Our troops are already there [in Germany], what joy. You’ll bleed, your heads will roll! … Oh Allah, give the German people what they deserve!”
Christian church surrounded by six minarets (Muslim prayer towers) with the caption: “I think the church in Germany has integrated itself very well.
Meanwhile, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan told German Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich that Berlin was guilty of “a human rights violation” for insisting that Turkish immigrants who want to live in Germany must integrate and learn the German language.
What a great opportunity to destroy this monstrosity once and for all and build the Third Temple.
RT The Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem has been closed to all worshipers for the first time since 1967. Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas called the closure a ‘declaration of war.’ Both Jewish and Muslim worshipers will be prohibited from visiting the site “until further notice,” Israel’s public security minister said. Following the announcement, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered “a significant hike” in the number of police forces patrolling Jerusalem, Naharnet daily reports.
Palestinian authorities quickly responded to the move, saying it was a “dangerous and blatant challenge”that would lead to more tension and instability in an already volatile situation. This dangerous Israeli escalation is a declaration of war on the Palestinian people and its sacred places and on the Arab and Islamic nation,” Abbas’ spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeina quoted him as saying.