This Couldn’t Happen Here, Could It?

PS 368, a public elementary school in Manhattan,New York, has implemented a school-wide mandate that is capturing headlines. Principal Nicky Kram Rosen is requiring all 200 students in grades second through fifth to spend two 45-minute sessions each week learning Arabic.

The new curriculum

This couldn’t happen here, could it?

And of course, this isn’t the thin end of the wedge is it? Indoctrinating children into an Arabic view of the world, when they have grown up in a western society? It is strange that western society has enabled the prosperous society that these kids are growing up in, yet the Islamic world, which has achieved very little in the last thousand years, now insists on forcing Arabic on western children.

Mohamed Mamdouh, who teaches the pilot program, said, “Soon, Arabic will be a global language like French and Spanish. These kids are like sponges. It’s amazing to see their progress.’’

By all means offer Arabic as an elective in high school, but force-feeding six year old children mandatory Islamic/Arabic indoctrination is clearly wrong and certainly serves no purpose other than to legitimise the Islamisation of Western society. Of course children of that age are ‘like sponges’, and that is the very reason care must be taken to ensure that indoctrinatory agendas are not part of the curriculum.

This couldn’t happen here, could it?

Well, take a look at recent media reports of Islamic activism in Australia.

It seems that it is anything goes as far as Islam is concerned, including hate speech. However should a Caucasian make a similar comment, and they are immediately labelled ‘racist’.

Remember what ‘Mohamed Mamdouh’ said, “These kids are like sponges”.

This couldn’t happen here, could it?

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