Feds fund ‘how to be a good Muslim’ lessons for U.S. schoolkids Emmanuel April 7, 2017 Politics 1 You Might Like A Christian organization has sent Betsy DeVos a letter telling her to pull the support of an “Islamic Sunday School” program in the public schools. If the U.S. Department of education secretary, Betsy DeVos, doesn’t respond in 60 days, the Christian Action Network will file a lawsuit against the DOE and the producer of the lesson plan. This lesson plan actually teaches children how to convert to Islam! How is this even allowed in our school system?? From wnd: CAN sent the letter to DeVos March 28 claiming the “Access Islam” program is a gross violation of the First Amendment of the Constitution’s “establishment clause” because it promotes one religion over the others in lesson plans used throughout the country by teachers in grades five through 12. CAN says it is not aware of any federal funding of comparable programs on Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism or any other major religion. But the “Access Islam” program teaches students how to convert to Islam and how to practice its “Five Pillars.” Produced by an affiliate of the Public Broadcasting System, it also provides extensive interviews with Muslims who speak about the positive aspects of Islam from a spiritual perspective. A lot of parents don’t see this because they teach it at school and the parents don’t get very involved. These kids are getting indoctrinated! The history book teaches Islam is a peaceful religion. I have learned Islam believes there will be peace once the wrong people, in “their eyes”are wiped off the face of the planet. It’s then that they think they will have peace. That’s why they call it the religion of peace. No thank you! We need to be teaching kids about the true God almighty and to be Patriots of the United States. One Response jeanhager April 8, 2017 Don’t want my child taught religion in school Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.