March 20, 2019
This is how it’s done.
Terror-tied CAIR took a huge hit after vigilant parents sued San Diego School District for promoting pro-Islam propaganda to their kids.
Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), an unindicted co-conspirator of the largest terrorist funding case in US history, slithered their way into the San Diego School District shortly after the 2016 presidential election.
In 2017, CAIR introduced their “Anti-Islamophobia Initiative,” which: (i) singled out Muslim students for special protections; and (ii) empowered Islamist CAIR to change the District’s curriculum to portray Islam more favorably, reported the Middle East Forum.
Recall, TGP posted a video in May of 2017 of a furious father and patriot named Christopher Wyrick who stood in front of the San Diego Unified School District board and unleashed on the members because he was fed up with Islam being shoved down his child’s throat.
“You’re gonna have to drag me outta here,” Mr. Wyrick said as the board members tried to silence him.
Watch again for inspiration:
The Middle East Forum, who largely funded the lawsuit against the school district on behalf of five brave San Diego families explains the settlement agreement:
The District enacted its initiative in 2017 at the behest of CAIR, which claimed that “Islamophobia” was sweeping through schools after the November 2016 elections. According to the Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund – which brought the lawsuit on behalf of five San Diego families – CAIR activists were teaching schoolchildren “how to become allies to Muslim students” and conducting Islamic education workshops for teachers, among other inequities.
Under the terms of the court settlement:
- “Educators should treat each religion with equal respect, with the time and attention spent discussing each religion being proportionate to its impact on history.”
- “Educational material on religious subjects must be neutral and may not be presented in a manner that promotes one religion over another.”
- “Educators or other staff sponsoring guest speakers at District events must ask them not to use their position or influence on students to forward their own religious, political, economic or social views and shall take active steps to neutralize whatever bias has been presented.”
- “Guest speakers from religious organizations are not permitted to present to students on religious topics.”
“This is a tremendous victory, because CAIR intended this plan to be a pilot program for a nationwide rollout,” said Daniel J. Piedra, executive director of the Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund. “I thank the Forum for its support of this critical case.”
Thank you, Michelle Malkin, a fearless warrior and contributor to the Middle East Forum helping to stop ‘Creeping Sharia’ in the United States and beyond. (Click to Source)