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BREAKING: U.S. State Launches Legislation to SHUT DOWN Islamic Indoctrination in Schools

BREAKING: U.S. State Launches Legislation to SHUT DOWN Islamic Indoctrination in Schools

Via Conservative Tribune

A Republican in Tennessee’s state legislature has proposed a bill that would prohibit the teaching of any sort of “religious doctrine” in the state’s schools until at least the 10th grade.

“I think that probably the teaching that is going on right now in seventh, eighth grade is not age appropriate,” Rep. Sheila Butt of Columbia told The Tennessean.

“They are not able to discern a lot of times whether its indoctrination or whether they’re learning about what a religion teaches,” the lawmaker added.

While her bill encompasses anything deemed “religious,” the Muslim advocacy group Council on American-Islamic Relations believes the proposal is aimed squarely at the Islamic faith.

“Islamophobes like Rep. Butt fail to recognize that there is a big difference between teaching students about religion as an important part of world history and promoting particular religious beliefs,” CAIR spokesman Robert McCaw said in a posting to the group’s website.

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