DISGUSTING! The Tweet Making EVERYONE Sick!
Taxpayer-funded PBS has done it. They have actually, openly released a “lesson plan” that will strive to indoctrinate students about radical Islam — rallying them to empathize with terrorists…
Forget the men, women and children they rape, torture and murder! It’s all dandy for PBS, allegedly.
So, what’s this lesson in question? Well, “Dying to be a Martyr” is what its called and will be offered by the company through the LearningMedia website, which they claim is “a media-on-demand service offering educators access to the best of public media and delivers research-based, classroom-ready digital learning experiences.”
So, how will this lesson plan work? It’s been configured to indoctrinate the young out there, typically from 9th grade to 12th. It even gives its stated goals… such as diving deep into “why the Middle East conflict began and continues today,” and also “how religions can unite or divide people,” and even takes it to inexcusable levels by building a sort of kinship with radical Islamic terrorists: “why individuals and groups sometimes turn to tactics of terrorism, and evaluate how terrorism affects the world we live in.”
Expect to have plenty of Palestinian terrorists being featured in the lesson, with the general goal of the lesson weighing heavily on the anti-Israeli side.
You can call it propaganda, really. It features interviews with Palestinian terrorists and blames Israel as the dreadful oppressor while Palestinians are of course portrayed as the innocent, victim party.
The Blaze reported on the truth:
At the end of March, the Christian Action Network sent a “Letter of Demand” to officials at the U.S. Department of Education, mandating the PBS LearningMedia website cease its “so-called educational material” covering topics related to Islam, which CAN said are “nothing more than indoctrinating students into Islamic religious beliefs, duties and actions.”
A review of the LearningMedia website by TheBlaze found at least six lengthy lesson plans focused on teaching students about various aspects of Islam, including “The Five Pillars of Islam,” “The Haj: Journey to Mecca” and “Salat: Prayer in Muslim Life.” However, no similar lesson plans covering other religious groups—including Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Taoism or Hinduism—were discovered on the website.