Taxpayers in Massachusetts are suing the school board in the wealthy liberal city of Newton. The group claims the board is allowing the promotion of Islamic religious beliefs and anti-Semitic materials in school. Please see details below the three videos below.
Our previous reports of this happening in other schools makes us worry that the growing trend is spreading. We recently reported on situations similar to this in California, West Virginia, Tennessee and New Jersey. Who could forget the two New Jersey moms who fought this program:
THIS IS PART OF THE CURRICULUM TAUGHT IN THE CLASSROOM:
ACT FOR AMERICAN’S COL ROY WHITE WARNS ABOUT TEXT BOOK CHANGES AND CLASSROOM CHANGES:
LOCAL GROUP CALLS OUT PRO-ISLAMIC, ANTI-SEMITIC PROGRAM IN SCHOOLS:
A local group “claims multiple violations of the Massachusetts Open Meeting Law stemming from the school committee’s handling of a burgeoning scandal over anti-Semitic lessons and the promotion of Islamic religious beliefs as objective facts in the public school district’s history classes.”
This all started with a controversy in the Newton Public Schools. The use of “unvetted educational materials” produced by the Saudi Arabian oil company ARAMCO and the Qatari government is a huge problem for the parents in the community. It’s funny how the Qatari government has been responsible for the funding of terrorism but not one person who promoted this agenda was apparently aware of this. It’s hard to say because the group calling the school out has been stonewalled when they ask for information concerning details about this program: “All that secrecy has now crossed into illegality,” said Karen Hurvitz.
Hurvitz continued, “For months now, dozens of Newton citizens have come before the school committee to complain about the non-objective, anti-Jewish, and Islamic religious lessons, as well as about Superintendent David Fleishman, who has refused to stop it being taught. Yet the names of all these citizens and summaries of what they said were deliberately omitted from the school committee meeting minutes month after month.”