NJ school blames Christians for Muslim violence

Jan 5, 2017 by

By Bill Korach –

According to Fox News, Barbara Light of Westwood, NJ was working with her daughter on homework when she read this in a history textbook:

 

“The Christians’ harsh treatment of Muslims in the Holy Land led to bitterness that has lasted to the present,” one worksheet stated.

Another worksheet asks students to identify “one negative effect of the Crusades that has continued to the present.” The answer written on the worksheet – “the Christians harsh treatment of Muslims continues in the present day.”

 

Evidently the school’s reference to the Crusades neglected to mention that the Crusades were the result of violent Muslim conquest of the Christian Middle East starting around 600 AD. The school neglected to mention that the entire region we know today as the Islamic Middle East and Turkey were once Christian. The school neglected to mention that the assault and conquest of those Christian regions was entirely by the sword and unprovoked.

 

The Islamic conquest of Christian nations went all the way to Spain. The Muslims would have taken all of Europe but they finally defeated by Charles Martel in 732 at the Battle of Tours, France.

 

The second part of the worksheet in the Westwood School stating, “the Christians harsh treatment of Muslims continues in the present day” is an utter fiction. Where today are Christians treating Muslims harshly? In fact it is ancient Christian communities in Iraq, Pakistan, Iran, Syria, and even Africa that are being driven out by Muslims, when they are not being murdered by various Islamic.

 

The idea that Christians have caused all of todays Islamic violence is a fiction written into American textbooks by Muslim propagandists. A full report on Islamic indoctrination of K-12 students and tainted textbooks is available from Citizens for National Security at no charge. Parents should arm themselves from this kind of dangerous Muslim propaganda.

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