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