Yes, there is hope if all who are aware of any threats, whatever they may be, ban together and fight. We must recognize that we are at war. The enemy seeks to destroy our culture and heritage. Stealth Jihad has been in effect for over a decade, and it has now reached the point where many, particularly parents of public school children, are now becoming aware and resisting. Every victory over the Islamification of our culture is a step in the right direction.
Passivity brings defeat and subjugation. United we stand, divided we fall!
San Diego parents fought hard to keep CAIR’s Islamic agenda out of their public schools…AND WON!
Investigative Project This is how it began: The San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD) teamed up with the designated terrorist group CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations), a radical Islamic organization, to devise and enforce an unconstitutional “anti-Islamophobia” bullying program. As part of this program, Muslim students were to get special protections and additional access to resources, while students of other faiths were excluded.
CAIR has been in bed with the San Diego school district since 2015. In fact, in November 2015, the board of education recognized CAIR for its community efforts.
In preparation for the following school years, the San Diego board of education had already outlined the CAIR plan, despite the fact that parents were rejecting its points of action:
The board initially agreed to work with CAIR in April. CAIR’s program aimed to increase education about Islam in the classroom. Parents and religious liberty advocates balked at singling out Muslim students for safe places without providing similar accommodations to other faiths. Muslim holidays would have been added to the school calendar, and campus events falling on those holidays would be rescheduled….
he agenda item specifically mentioned that school board “staff is redirected from forming a formal partnership with CAIR to forming an intercultural committee which shall include representatives of from all faiths and cultures and which shall provide input to District staff on issues of cultural sensitivities and the individual needs of various subgroups within our diverse community.”
Not surprisingly for Caliphornia, leftist speaker after speaker criticized the proposal for excluding CAIR and for not specifically emphasizing anti-Muslim bigotry and “Islamophobia.” CAIR-San Diego Executive Director Hanif Mohebi managed to make that argument while still denying CAIR was singularly focused.
“We have never come out saying that it should only be one group. But I think also we should realize that it might be a mistake not to focus on groups that are targeted much more than the rest,” Mohebi said. “So that being said, we expect the district to publicly acknowledge and recognize the work that we have done for over a decade with the school district.”
It was obvious, though, that board members reluctantly decided to implement a broader policy addressing bullying across cultures and religious backgrounds.