British Teacher Coerces Kids to Join in Muslim Workshop

A Staffordshire primary school in England tried to force 8 and 11 year-olds to attend an "Explore Islam" workshop by intimidating their parents. The Head Teacher of Littleton Green Community School sent a letter home threatening to brand the children as 'racist' if they opted out.

Here's the letter sent home by Mrs. Lynn Small:

Dear Parent/Carer,

As part of the National Religious Education Curriculum together with the multicultural community in which we live, it is a statutory requirement for Primary School aged children to experience and learn about different cultures.

The workshop is at Staffordshire University and will give your child the opportunity to explore other religions.

Children will be looking at religious artefacts similar to those that would be on display in a museum. They will not be partaking in any religious practices.

Refusal to allow your child to attend this trip will result in a Racial Discrimination note being attached to your child's education record, which will remain on this file throughout their school career.

As such our expectations are that all children in years 4 and 6 attend school on Wednesday 27th November to take part in this trip.

All absences on this day will be investigated for their credibility and will only be sanctioned with a GP sick note.

If you would like to discuss this further please contact our R.E Coordinator, Mrs Edmonds.

"All absences... will be investigated?" Is this Great Britain or North Korea? And since when is Islam a race?

Many parents were fuming after reading their kids would be officially labeled "racists" on their permanent records if they missed the trip. Mrs. Small had to issue a follow-up letter without the threats to calm the waters.

'A revised letter sent out on Thursday apologised for 'inaccuracies' and told parents: 'On reflection, disregard a section from the earlier letter.'

Headmistress Lynn Small said: 'We are a mainly Christian school, but we have to cover at least one other religion as part of the National Curriculum. This visit is part of that.

'They would not be taking part in any religious practices. We have had similar workshops on a variety of religions in the past, including one on Islam, with no problems at all and the children have absolutely loved it.

'We have pupils and teachers who belong to the Islam faith and it is right for the children to understand and appreciate their faith as well as their own.'

Apology aside, the teacher's convert-or-die approach in the first letter reflects Islam's true ideology. Has Small read the Q'uran? The book issues death warnings to "disbelievers" who dare to visit the mosques of Allah. This is not exactly a belief system that invites "understanding and appreciation." If the Christian school's pupils and teachers of the Muslim faith are prohibited from going to Christianity workshops or worship services, are they subject to the same intimidation and threats as non-Muslims?

We can only guess what prompted Small to try and blackmail parents into paying for a lesson on Islam. But we should be glad the Muslim sympathizer went over the line enough to shock the parents into responding. The second letter refers to other workshops on Islam in the past which probably went unnoticed. It's almost a sure bet at those outings the little ones were presented with a toned-down, politically correct version of the "peaceful religion."

What was most likely omitted from these workshops?

How the Muslim prophet Muhammed was a sexual deviant that had sex slaves,and was a womanizer, murderer, thief, racist and con man?

How Islam is spread by fear and forced conversion? How Sharia Law is barbaric, sexist, and racist?

How thousands were killed on 9/11 in America for no reason other than Islamic terrorists' hatred of our way of life? How Islam encourages honor killings and jihad?

How Muslim terrorists like Nidal Hasan and Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev slaughter innocent men, women and children in the name of Allah?

Did they display the knives used for beheading infidels?

A Staffordshire primary school in England tried to force 8 and 11 year-olds to attend an "Explore Islam" workshop by intimidating their parents. The Head Teacher of Littleton Green Community School sent a letter home threatening to brand the children as 'racist' if they opted out.

Here's the letter sent home by Mrs. Lynn Small:

Dear Parent/Carer,

As part of the National Religious Education Curriculum together with the multicultural community in which we live, it is a statutory requirement for Primary School aged children to experience and learn about different cultures.

The workshop is at Staffordshire University and will give your child the opportunity to explore other religions.

Children will be looking at religious artefacts similar to those that would be on display in a museum. They will not be partaking in any religious practices.

Refusal to allow your child to attend this trip will result in a Racial Discrimination note being attached to your child's education record, which will remain on this file throughout their school career.

As such our expectations are that all children in years 4 and 6 attend school on Wednesday 27th November to take part in this trip.

All absences on this day will be investigated for their credibility and will only be sanctioned with a GP sick note.

If you would like to discuss this further please contact our R.E Coordinator, Mrs Edmonds.

"All absences... will be investigated?" Is this Great Britain or North Korea? And since when is Islam a race?

Many parents were fuming after reading their kids would be officially labeled "racists" on their permanent records if they missed the trip. Mrs. Small had to issue a follow-up letter without the threats to calm the waters.

'A revised letter sent out on Thursday apologised for 'inaccuracies' and told parents: 'On reflection, disregard a section from the earlier letter.'

Headmistress Lynn Small said: 'We are a mainly Christian school, but we have to cover at least one other religion as part of the National Curriculum. This visit is part of that.

'They would not be taking part in any religious practices. We have had similar workshops on a variety of religions in the past, including one on Islam, with no problems at all and the children have absolutely loved it.

'We have pupils and teachers who belong to the Islam faith and it is right for the children to understand and appreciate their faith as well as their own.'

Apology aside, the teacher's convert-or-die approach in the first letter reflects Islam's true ideology. Has Small read the Q'uran? The book issues death warnings to "disbelievers" who dare to visit the mosques of Allah. This is not exactly a belief system that invites "understanding and appreciation." If the Christian school's pupils and teachers of the Muslim faith are prohibited from going to Christianity workshops or worship services, are they subject to the same intimidation and threats as non-Muslims?

We can only guess what prompted Small to try and blackmail parents into paying for a lesson on Islam. But we should be glad the Muslim sympathizer went over the line enough to shock the parents into responding. The second letter refers to other workshops on Islam in the past which probably went unnoticed. It's almost a sure bet at those outings the little ones were presented with a toned-down, politically correct version of the "peaceful religion."

What was most likely omitted from these workshops?

How the Muslim prophet Muhammed was a sexual deviant that had sex slaves,and was a womanizer, murderer, thief, racist and con man?

How Islam is spread by fear and forced conversion? How Sharia Law is barbaric, sexist, and racist?

How thousands were killed on 9/11 in America for no reason other than Islamic terrorists' hatred of our way of life? How Islam encourages honor killings and jihad?

How Muslim terrorists like Nidal Hasan and Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev slaughter innocent men, women and children in the name of Allah?

Did they display the knives used for beheading infidels?