From Canada’s National Post comes a story about an Islamic school in Toronto (the East End Madrassah) accused of promulgating ant-Semitism and jihad to young children. The school, however, won’t face formal charges for defamation and hate crime (I believe Canada has stricter laws about this than the U.S.):
A York Regional Police report outlining the hate crimes investigation of the East End Madrassah said a review of 30 school syllabus books found portions that “challenged some of Canada’s core values” and “suggested intolerance,” even if they were not criminal.
The report also confirmed some of the school materials originated from books published by Iranian foundations, one of which is an alleged front for the Islamic regime. The Iranian-origin passages referred to Jews as “crafty” and “treacherous,” and contrasted Islam with “the Jews and the Nazis.”
One of the books at issue is given below; you can scroll through it or download it. This is the Level 8 curriculum, presumably more advanced than the level 3 described below:
The curriculum documents not only referred to Jews in crude terms but also said “good Muslims” could not listen to music, that girls should limit their involvement in sports and that Islam was “the best and most perfect of all religions.”
In addition, the books said boys should exercise to be ready for jihad, which they said “sometimes also involves fighting a war against an unjust ruler” and quoted Muslim scripture that said “fighting (in the cause of Allah) is ordained unto you.”
The Level 3 curriculum asked students to color 10 boxes, each representing a branch of Islam. One of the boxes was labeled: Jihad. Another explained that jihad could be a personal struggle or “the physical defending of Islam in a war.”
Some of the material allegedly traces back to theocratic Iran:
But police traced the most contentious passages to books published by the Al Balagh Foundation in Iran and the Mostazafan Foundation of New York, an alleged front for the Iranian regime.
“The Iranian question was raised by investigators with Imam Rizvi to which he responded that it is not unreasonable for some of the literature sourced by the Shia community to have its origins in Iran,” the police report said, adding the city of Qom was like the Vatican for Shia Muslims.
How would you like your children to be taught this?
Here are a few screenshots, but if you really want to see scary brainwashing in action, scroll quickly through the entire document.
Jihad. Note the conjunction of Jews and Nazis, and also the euphemism about Islam requiring adherents to “rescue” the benighted people who don’t accept Allah:
Here are two more quotes about jihad from the Post’s page:
“Islam has allowed boys to engage in sports for one specific reason and that is to always keep them healthy and strong. But why should a Muslim be healthy and strong? Firstly, it is necessary to take care of the body because it is a gift from Allah. Secondly, so that you may physically be ready for jihad whenever the time comes for it.”
“No doubt any wise, humanitarian person accepts such a combat and admires it [jihad] because there is no other way to achieve the sacred ends of the Prophets.”
(Other quotes were taken from the East End Madrassah website, which appears to have been suspended.) Let us hear no more from Muslims, or occasional readers of this site, that jihad has nothing to do with conversion via physical force—that it is only a synonym for “persuasion.” In the end, Muslim theology mandates that those who don’t willingly accept Islam should be either forcibly converted or killed.
The hijab, and why women should wear it (check out the first “benefit”):
This shows the dangers of brainwashing: you not only accept a belief, but you’re told you have to act on it.
And sharia law:
Obedience to authority. Finally, an admonition that you’re not supposed to ask questions, but to believe the admonitions of your mujtahid (an Islamic scholar):
Remember, this is not Iran, Yemen, or Saudi Arabia: this is a schoolbook in Canada, and the parents of these students have presumably seen it and approved it.
It’s ironic, then, that the National Post article ends this way:
York police said the hate crimes investigation had forced them to stray beyond their traditional law enforcement function “into an educator’s role to determine what is acceptable to teach young Canadians from a religious perspective,” the report said.
“What needs clarification is the degree to which we tolerate the exposure of young impressionable minds to the promotion of a belief or ideology while it denigrates other communities or faiths.”
Here’s the answer about how much exposure of children to an ideology of hatred the Canadians should tolerate: NONE!
Are there “moderate” Muslims? Maybe, but this is what is being taught to children in Canada. As the Jesuits supposedly said, “Give me the child for his first seven years, and I’ll give you the man.” Or, in this case, the woman.
Islam poisons everything.