All across the United States, the Common Core State Standards has been implemented, and guess who is behind this push: None other than The Muslim Brotherhood’s number one front organization, The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA). This document connects ISNA with the Common Core standards. If we are alarmed at how many Muslims are in the current White House administration, parents might be more alarmed at the influence they are having in our public schools.
The Muslim Brotherhood Manifesto explains their goals for influencing American culture. On page 22, it states:
Absorbing Muslims and winning them with all of their factions and colors in America and Canada for the settlement project, and making it their cause, future and the basis of their Islamic life in this part of the world…..
The Muslim Brotherhood has spread its influence into the public school system, but its goal is to reach into parochial and catholic schools as well.
This document from the 14th Annual ISNA-CISNA Education Forum titled “Islamic Schools: Champions of Faith, Achievement and Service,” explains their goals, but it is now clear that the goals are for all schools, not just Islamic schools.
FIVE PILLARS OF ISLAM is taught to our nation’s children, but parents won’t find THE TEN COMMANDMENTS in the same textbook.
In 2003, the American Textbook Council released a report entitled “Islam and the Textbooks.” The report reviewed how seven world history textbooks treated topics such as jihad and shari’a.
The report’s conclusion states: During the last two decades, world history textbooks and the social studies editors who oversee their development have moved from the neglect of Islamic history to self-censorship. Any textbook negatives about Islam have been erased, replaced by fulsome praise and generalities designed to quell complaints from Islamists and their allies.
Over the past few years there seems to be an increase in teaching our children about the Muslim culture with some schools including field trips to mosques where children experience praying to Allah, others teaching the Islamic hand signs, or forcing students to dress in burqas, and other practices of the culture, while any teaching of the Christian faith seems to be in a negative light. It would seem that changing our children’s Christian values to not just tolerate the Muslim culture, but to adopt the faith for themselves is possibly the agenda of the pro-Islamic groups.
This is Part one in a three part series.