The 11th-grade textbook, for example, says one sign of the Day of Judgment will be that Muslims will fight and kill Jews, who will hide behind trees that say: 'Oh Muslim, Oh servant of God, here is a Jew hiding behind me. Come here and kill him,' " the article said.Saudi-funded as well, the ISNA runs both an elementary school and a high school in Toronto. Is that same grade 11 curriculum taught here, as in DC? Is there anyone here who reviews these things, as they apparently do in the States? Or do we just take the ISNA on their word that they're clean and "progressive"? (The actual word for themselves, "progressive" -- though, I could have sworn adhering to a literal interpretation of a medieval text wasn't the most progressive thing in the world). Regarding the Arabic texts, the school in DC, no doubt thinking that no one would check, said they were "clean":
It goes on to quote several students of the school who say they are taught in Islamic studies that "it is better to shun and even to dislike Christians, Jews and Shiite Muslims."
One teen, who recited by memory parts of the Quran, told the Post he's taught by academy teachers that it's OK for Muslims to hurt or steal from such "kaffirs."
What about the Arabic texts? He doesn't read Arabic. But the Saudi Embassy, which controls the school, assures him they're clean.When the advocates for Islamic schools in Ontario say that worry of them is "unfounded," are they speaking the same way the Saudi embassy was? As I said in my last post, watch out for taqiyya.
The nonprofit Freedom House recently translated a sample of those cleaned-up official Saudi texts and found they're still indoctrinating students to wage jihad against the infidel to "spread the faith."
Similar phenomenon in Britain, from Gates of Vienna: "a new survey conducted by think tank Policy Exchange that reveals a message of hatred for non-Muslims found in within a significant number of Britain’s mosques."