Last month we covered a story about the Texas school curriculum which paints the participants of the Boston Tea Party as terrorist. Earlier this year it was revealed that military officers were trained to kill American TEA party members using a fictional story of a TEA party in North Carolina.
There are now recent revelations that the curriculum is worse than first thought.
According to Robert in a post at Jihad Watch, in August of 2011, they teach that “Allah is the All Mighty God.” This would be a violation of the mythical separation of Church and State—Unless, of course, they are saying that Islam is a cult and not a religion.
When you consider this teaching, the TEA Party story becomes secondary.
The story has since been picked up by WND as well as The Blaze.
Pamela Geller of Atlas Shrugs has apparently been working with Robert on this story.
Neither the WND or The Blaze story, interestingly, does not mention the Islam teaching in the curriculum, nor the connection with Republican Texas governor Rick Perry.
From Atlas Shrugs:
In one of my first posts on the controversial Aga Khan/Perry school curriculum on Islam for Texas public schools, I published the links (URLs) to the Muslim Histories and Cultures Program (MHC). The MHC page said proudly: “In April 2004, the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) and UT-Austin finalized a grant proposal that created the partnership that became known as the Muslim Histories and Cultures Program (MHC)…. Governor Perry was instrumental in getting this program off the ground.”
Many defend Governor Perry as being duped. Yet there does not seem to be a major push to remove readings of the Koran from the teaching material.