I wonder if this so-called “cultural enrichment” exposed in 2019 is still going on? Imagine what would happen if a Christian student went into an Islamic madrassa (school) and tried to teach a classroom full of Muslim 3rd graders how to pray to Jesus?
RightEdition This class of Danish third-graders is taught how to repeatedly drop to their knees for Islamic prayers and are instructed to chant “Allahu Akbar” (“Allah is the greatest”). According to Danish website Document, the offending institution was Thyregod elementary school in southern Jutland’s Velje municipality. Sputnik reported that it was shot by a Sudanese Muslim mother who defied orders not to video the indoctrination and later uploaded it to the Internet.
Students watch while the Muslim boy demonstrates Islamic prayer. Suddenly, he is interrupted by a woman’s voice which says: “And then you say Allahu Akbar.”… “Allahu akbar? Let’s try it,” says the younger class teacher to the students.
The principal of Thyregod school, Gert Hougaard, defended the Islamic exercise. “‘Looking at the legislation, it says that we must spread the knowledge of different religions, including also the practical understanding,’” MM.dk quotes him as saying — “‘so yes, I think was a good way to teach children about religion.’”
Yet as Islam expert Robert Spencer notes, one problem is that “these programs always go in only one direction. “When do the Muslim children learn Christian prayers?” he rhetorically asks. “When does everyone learn Jewish prayers?”
Tragically, the Danish situation is no outlier, as Islamic indoctrination occurs throughout the West. For instance, there have been Islamic immersion courses in California and Oregon public schools, and numerous stories of a similar nature come out of Europe.
Then there was this: ANGRY parents have demanded a change in the curriculum after a video emerged showing primary school pupils in the Netherlands learning how to pray to Allah in a mosque.
According to local media, the place of worship is said to be the Ghulzar e Madina mosque in Zwolle, which is believed to have been previously visited by radical preachers from Pakistan. Among them was M Anas Noorani Siddiqui, who promoted the death penalty for those who insult the Prophet Muhammad and once said the ”non-Islamic Dutch behave like dogs.”
In the footage, the Imam of the mosque is seen explaining to Christian youngsters how Muslims pray, with the boys and girls separated to either side of the room.