UK getting fucked : children taught “true lessons” about Islam in wake of London jihad attack
Saturday, June 10, 2017
Jihad Watch : Staff hope the topic help children understand the meaning of the religion and bring the community together.
When will the U.K. learn that core Islam texts sanctions violence and
terror against unbelievers and apostates? While not all Muslims hold to
this ideology, the inaccurate indoctrination of children at Millhouse
Primary School in the face of a tragic jihad slaughter is reprehensible.
It also gives them a false sense of safety. A reality check:
The estimated 950 deaths and 1,021 injuries from the
estimated 70 attacks that have taken place across about 20 countries
during the first 13 days (as of June 8) of this year’s holy Muslim month
of Ramadan have already marked the bloodiest Ramadan in recent
years….Jihadists believe martyrdom is doubly rewarded in paradise during
A PRIMARY school will teach children about Islam so they can “learn the facts” following the London Bridge terror attack. Millhouse Primary School, in Tavistock Road, Laindon, has sent a letter to all parents informing them about the planned lessons.
Staff hope the topic will help children understand the meaning of the religion and bring the community together. It comes after seven people were killed and 48 injured by Muslim
extremists in the latest terrorist attack in the capital on Saturday
night. The lessons will focus on Islamic Art, Ramadan and the importance of caring for the natural world.
In the letter, headteacher Gareth Allen said: “We recognise that for
some of you this may be a sensitive subject at this present time,
however we feel that it is even more important that the children learn
the facts about religion rather than the ideologies of a minority of
people who use their views to inflict harm and upset on others.”
Some parents have hit out at the timing of the lessons. Just over two
weeks ago 22 people were killed after a bomb was set off during an
Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.
Kerry Dehaan, 28, whose five-year-old daughter Bayleigh attends
Millhouse Primary School, said: “I went up to the school to talk to them
about it and there was a queue out the door of parents complaining. It
is far too soon.
“The children are far too young to be worrying about religion and bombs.
“They should be scared of the bogey monster, not frightened that they would be bombed.”