Byron County Handouts
Islam: A Simulation
WHY Prayer to Allah is OK in Public School
Today, Christmas and Nativity scenes are outlawed while Clinton's
nominee, U.S. District Judge Phyllis Hamilton, recently approved "Islam:
A Simulation" handouts where children learn to
"become Muslim, recite the Quran, fast for Ramadan and pray to Allah
including this prayer:
"In the name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful.
Praise be to Allah, Lord of Creation,
The Compassionate, the Merciful,
King of Judgment-day!
You alone we worship, and to You alone we pray for help,
Guide us to the straight path."
See actual handout text in the following links:
Islam: A Simulation
[Highlighted links are the more outrageous]
[Please forgive or ignore the inserted comments, these are necessary
to avoid copyright infringement]
Introduction "You will
3. Islamic names children
chose to "become Muslims"
5. Glossary2 Muhammad
factually defined as "Prophet of God"
Quran/Koran - Children to
define its teachings into their life today
Verses from the Qur'an
obvious brainwashing strategy!
Lesson 2 Preview - directs children to write that the Quran
is Allah's words!
Lesson 2 Summary -
"The Life of the Prophet"
Islam History -
more beliefs given as facts
Rev. Austin Miles
faxed me a copy
of this handout used in Byron County. This is a word for word
document. (It is unclear if #7-11 were from the handout or from the
Teacher's Edition of Houghton Mifflin.) A federal lawsuit has been filed by Thomas More Law Center.
Children were said to be mandated to learn the tenets of Islam, study
the important figures of the faith, wear a robe, adopt a Muslim name,
fast during lunch and stage their own Jihad.
I do not live in Byron County.
Students here did not go to this extreme, but they were asked to get
on their hands and knees and pray to Allah. By just asking kids in a
different district, Fox News learned that a teacher put on an Islamic robes
mildly similar activities.
Kids don't want to think about school once they come home, so they
don't volunteer this information. But it's happening in many areas of
the nation as the thought police promote "comparative religion."