School Children Being Taught To Chant Islamic Prayers- Including Phrase “Allah Akbar”

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There is going to be an absolute boom of homeschooled children around the world if schools don’t cut their crap. I mean, making kids recite Islamic prayers, and the phrase “Allah Akbar” which is generally used right before someone blows up, is way beyond the pale.

Whatever happened to “readin’ writin’ and ‘rithmatic”? Why are schools entering the realm of politics? Just teach kids how to spell and multiply. The rest should be taken care of by the parents.

A German school is now pandering to the ever-increasing Islamic population by integrating the Islamic religion into the curriculum.

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The father of a girl at a school in Garmisch-Partekirchen, Germany, discovered his daughter was forced to learn the Islamic prayer when he found a handout she was given, The Express is reporting. He said his daughter was “forced” by teachers to memorize the Islamic chants and forwarded the handout to a news organization in Australia.

What exactly was this man’s daughter made to learn? The phrase: “Oh Allah, how perfect you are and praise be to you. Blessed is your name, and exalted is your majesty. There is no God but you.”

The school’s headteacher, Gisela Herl, didn’t issue a statement on the incident in question, but said that the school would handle the matter.

Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time that this has happened. It appears that the Christian population of these schools is being drowned out by the mere number of Muslim students being brought here by their parents.

The incident comes just weeks after parents complained to German newspaper Hessian Niedersächsische Allgemeine (HNA) that their children’s nursery was refusing to acknowledge “Christmas rituals” to accommodate the “diverse cultures” of other pupils.

The Sara Nussbaum House daycare centre in Kassel refused to put up a Christmas tree, tell Christmas stories or celebrate Christmas in general because it said only a minority of pupils were Christian.

A spokesman for Kassel explained: “There will be no Christmas celebrations, in the strictest sense. Because the majority of children at this kindergarten are not Christian the festival will not be celebrated in the way that it is at other schools.”

Is this what is next for America? Could this possibly be what our school system looks like in the coming years?