Textbooks Tainted with Islamic Ideology

We have seen this (and successfully fought it) here in Texas. Keep it fair, that’s all I ask.

Brigitte Gabriel, founder and president of ACT! for America, contends that publishers are teaming up with consultants who implement radical Islamic ideals into history and social studies textbooks. She explains that major publishers, such as Houghton Mifflin and Random House, Inc., permit affiliates of Islamic groups to write and produce textbooks that promote radical ideologies.

The terrorism expert tells OneNewsNow that a student at that academy was arrested for seeking to assassinate former President George W. Bush. Even so, a former teacher at that same school is counseling the publishers of Across the Centuries, a textbook used in middle schools that contains 55 pages on Islam, less than ten pages on Christianity and several pages on the Byzantine Empire.

“The chapter on Islam accounts for ten percent of the text, while Christianity and Judaism are almost entirely absent,” Gabriel points out. “This book is taught in every single public school across the United States, in every state and city.”

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