Monday, 20 May 2019
U.S. School Fails Christian Student For Refusing Islamic Prayer

The declarations could have been made by an imam in a mosque sermon. 

“Most Muslims’ faith is stronger than the average Christian.”

“Islam at heart is a peaceful religion.”

Jihad is a “personal struggle in devotion to Islam, especially involving spiritual discipline.”

“To Muslims, Allah is the same God that is worshiped in Christianity and Judaism.”

“Men are the managers of the affairs of women” and “Righteous women are therefore obedient.”

The problem is that those statements were part of the instruction in a public school in Maryland, and one of the students in the classroom now is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to condemn such religious lessons funded by taxpayers.

The Thomas More Law Center has submitted a petition asking the high court to take up the case of student Caleigh Wood.


“As a Christian and 11th-grader at La Plata High School in Maryland, Caleigh Wood was taught that ‘Most Muslims’ faith is stronger than the average Christian.’ She was also required to profess in writing, the Islamic conversion creed, ‘There is no god but Allah, and Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.’ Ms. Wood believed that it is a sin to profess by word or in writing, that there is any other god except the Christian God. She stood firm in her Christian beliefs and was punished for it. The school refused her request to opt-out or give her an alternative assignment. She refused to complete her anti-Christian assignment and consequently received a failing grade,” the legal team explained Wednesday.

Lower courts have given a free pass to the school district to teach Islam, and so TMLC filed the request with the Supreme Court to decide “whether any legal basis exists to allow public schools to discriminate against Christianity while at the same time promote Islam.”

“Under the guise of teaching history or social studies, public schools across America are promoting the religion of Islam in ways that would never be tolerated for Christianity or any other religion,” said Richard Thompson, TMLC’s president.

“I’m not aware of any school which has forced a Muslim student to write the Lord’s Prayer or John 3:16: ‘For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life,'” he said.

“Many public schools have become a hot bed of Islamic propaganda. Teaching Islam in schools has gone far beyond a basic history lesson. Prompted by zealous Islamic activism and emboldened by confusing court decisions, schools are now bending over backwards to promote Islam while at the same time denigrate Christianity. We are asking the Supreme Court to provide the necessary legal guidance to resolve the insidious discrimination against Christians in our public schools,” he said.

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Posted on 05/20/2019 10:53 AM by Bobbie Patray
24 May 2019
Send an emailCarol Thomas
You can not fail someone for religion. Separation of church and state. So stop the bull crap. And the Muslim religion in schools.

22 May 2019
Send an emailAnne Gassel
In Missouri we had a couple bills this session that were very mild about allowing school districts to teach an elective social studies course using the bible. Only the senate resolution to "encourage" schools to do so was passed, but I commented, why did we need a bill to "allow" school districts to offer this when no legislation was needed to teach the stuff about Islam you mentioned, which was taught in our schools well over 10 years ago?

21 May 2019
Send an emailHerman
When I was growing up, there was an old saying, don't let the camel get its nose under the tent because if it does, it will be in the tent with you. It seems like the camel(Islam) has all ready got into our educational and political systems here in America. And just about any other Country in the World. China, Japan, Poland and several other old Russian Satellite Countries know how to handle them but we are too politically correct to be able to handle them.

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