In 2001 the founder of the Institute on Religious and Civic Values boasted about a covert plan to conduct a “bloodless” revolution inside American public classrooms – promoting an increased emphasis on the Islamic faith.
I wrote extensively about their plans to wage a stealth academic jihad in my book, “God Less America.” Read the chapter titled, “One Nation Under Allah.”
Still, it might surprise many moms and dads at the extent of Islamic indoctrination that’s infected their local public schools.
So it’s unconstitutional to sing “Amazing Grace” but school kids can sing praise songs to Allah?
Take, for example, what happened this week in Huntington Beach, California. A group of seventh graders were forced to learn a song promoting Islam.
It seems a teacher, who moonlights as an aspiring songwriter, crafted some lyrics to promote the Islamic faith:
“Like a sandstorm/on the desert/sending camels/into motion,” the lyrics read. “Like how a single faith/can make a heart open/They might only have one God/But they can make an explosion.”
They can make an explosion.
And the teacher used the melody of a song titled, “This is My Fight Song.”