A parent of a student at Tarpon Springs High school said his daughter watched the movie, “Obsession: Radical Islam’s War Against the West,” in her sophomore history class. Terror-linked Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) says that this film has no place in schools.
WFla “This film is pure propaganda that is really used to demonize the Muslim religion by a group, the Clarion Project that was designated by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a hate group,” said Thania Diaz Clevenger, the Civil Rights Dir. with CAIR. Obsession became a topic of discussion in 2008, when free copies were popping up in mail boxes across Florida around election time.
CAIR wants to know why the teacher would show the film. “How you could use that in an educational setting, especially for someone as a high school student, kind of boggles our mind,” said Clevenger. (How about educating students about the existential threat Islam poses to this country/)
Parents were not informed the film would be played. (Good, now the children can educate the parents about Islam)
“Heart wrenching…I encourage everybody to see this film…you definitely get an incredible education by watching this film…the movie left many of us speechless…we appreciate what you’ve done. “ Kyra Phillips Anchor, CNN Newsroom
“I carry a copy of it with me. Obsession reflects the facts of radical Islam. This needs to be seen by everybody in America and in Europe.” Major General Paul Vallelly FOX News Military Analyst
Obsession is a Clarion Project film about the threat of Islam to Western civilization. Using unique footage from Arab television and expert interviews, it reveals an “insider view” of the hatred the Muslims are teaching, their incitement of global jihad, and their goal of world domination. The film also traces the parallels between the Nazi movement of World War II and the Islamic radicals of today and the Western world’s response to both threats.
Here is the film Obsession if you haven’t seen it.