Texas high school ‘fudges truth’; teaches that under Islam, ‘all people are equal’

Schools are making Islam more Judeo-Christian friendly and more palatable to young, impressionable minds.

The Woodlands, Texas Township Director Laura Fillault posted a screenshot of a lesson being taught to 9th graders at at the local high school. It claims that under Islam “all people are equal.”

So, “submit or die” is all a fallacy? Persecution of gays and women is all a myth?

It also claimed that that Muhammed “married an older woman.” Maybe they were talking in terms of emotional age rather than chronological age.

Fillault tweeted:

Folks on social media had a field day with that one and kept Fillault busy fielding responses.

As the for “older wife” claim, although it’s true that Muhammed had many wives, including Khadijah who was two years older than him, and Sawdah who was described as older than all of his other wives, they fail to mention Ayesha, the child-wife.

Muhammed married her when she was but six years old, and consummated the relationship when she was nine.

And what was the name of that course? I don’t know, but here’s one possibility:

Someone finally offered this sage-like piece of advice:

One has to wonder: if this is what’s being taught in Texas, imagine what lessons in Washington state, Minnesota and California are like.


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