Minnesota: Muslims Indoctrinating Educators Against “Islamophobia” – Attack “Christian Privilege”
Minnesota school boards are receiving a three-page handout with the full support of their jihad Attorney General Keith Ellison, aka Hakim Muhammad that seeks to indoctrinate educators against “islamophobia” while attacking what they refer to as “Christian Privilege.”
Of course, Muslims have to come up with that like disgruntled blacks have to come up with “White Privilege” to address something that doesn’t even exist.
With that said, Dr. Muhammad Khalifa is the author of the three-page propaganda piece.
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Dr. Khalifa is an associate professor in the Department of Organizational Leadership, Policy and Development at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. He also has been engaged in “equity audits” in US schools. Khalifa is also an author of several books, including Leading with Community: Culturally Responsive School Leadership for Minoritized Youth, The School to Prison Pipeline: The Role of Culture and Discipline in School, Handbook on Urban Educational Leadership and Becoming Critical: The Emergence of Social Justice Scholars.
Understand that the contents of the propaganda below, and propaganda it is, was paid for with your tax dollars via a grant from the US Department of Education (Grant Soo4D110021). The grant itself is as unconstitutional as the Department of Education and the extention to use government money, which is taxpayer money to promote Islam is a clear violation of the First Amendment.
Here are the documents.
Of course, Dr. Khalifa uses the illogical term of “islamophobia” to attack those that disagree with Islam saying that it is “one of the most widespread, rapidly-growing, and tolerated types of oppression in school and society today.”
There is nothing oppressive about being anti-Islam that is for sure. It’s actually the other way around. I’m sure if there are Christians in Muslim countries they feel oppressed and marginalized as well, but you won’t hear Dr. Khalifa going to one of those countries to speak up for the Christians and talk about “Muslim Privilege,” will you?
However, let me remind you of just how illogical and ridiculous the term “islamophobia” actually is.
On September 26, 2013, Ned May of the International Civil Liberties Alliance (ICLA), blasted the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) over the use of the term “Islamaphobia” at the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe’s Human Dimension Implementation Meeting, calling it “a violation of logic.” May laid out a succinct argument for why it was undefined and, as a result, invalid.
In other words, “islamophobia” does not exist at all.
Khalifa then went on to pursue the tired old saw of “White Privilege” and added “Christian Privilege.” What was the evidence he provided for such assertions?
- Major Christian holidays
- Sundays off
- Christian trappings in school
Then he added that “Christian Privilege” also encompassed “more complex issues” such as:
- community vs. individual epistemologies
- approaches to learning
- purpose of education
- even sources of what counts as knowledge
It’s called being in a culture that was based on the Bible, Dr. Khalifa, not the Koran. The differences in Islamic culture and Christian culture could not be contrasted more. One produces freedom and prosperity. The other produces totalitarianism and oppression.
Of course, Khalifa doesn’t speak about how he would deal in an Islamic country and their education system at all and what that might look like because it would totally debunk his claims here.
However, he wants to emphasize that Muslims are seen as “subhuman, irrational, violent or backward.”
Khalifa also tells educators to “recognize that Islam is not a religion in the sense that Western Europeans separated faith from other aspects of life; it is a way of life.”
That is the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard! If your religion is not a way of life, it is not a religion. The Christian religion speaks to every area of life from the individual to the family to the Church to the government. It speaks to law, how we govern ourselves, love our neighbors, and love God. It teaches us who we are, who God is and who the Savior of mankind is, the Lord Jesus Christ. Those that compartmentalize faith from their lives do not understand Christianity that’s for sure.
However, Khalifa says that educators must “accommodate the aspect of Muslim life in school, including daily prayer spaces, prayer washing (abulation) spaces, and Friday prayer spaces, or fasting.”
On what basis? There is no right to any of that for an antichrist Muslim in a Christian culture. There just isn’t.
Additionally, the indoctrination of other students is crucial.
Khalifa says that educators are to “infuse curriculum and school activities with intellectual traditions that originate in the Muslim World.”
Again, why? Would Muslim countries do that for Christians? Nope.
He also believes that prominent Muslims she be praised and use school resources, including staff, school space, student activities, and even financial resources to advocate for causes important to Muslim inclusion and belongingness.
Here’s a tip, why don’t school stop trying to be inclusive of Muslims and Islam and start teaching the Bible like they used to do and demand that Muslims assimilate into our society rather than submit to them attempting to pull us into their demonstrably hellish society. Islam has a dirty, disgusting and ruthless 1,400-year track record of following the non-prophet Muhammad.
It’s time for schools to not only reject people like Dr. Khalifa, but to start turning away Muslims crying about not feeling included because they are Muslim. Then convert to the true Christ and to the true God and the teachings found in the Bible. Not only will you benefit from that, but you will then feel the inclusion you so desperately desire. Until then, no… just no!
Article posted with permission from Sons Of Liberty Media