Judge green-lights parent’s lawsuit against public school teaching ‘Islam is the true faith’

If it were not for these two moms, Nancy Gayer and Libby Hilsenrath, the Islamic propaganda videos would still be rolling inside the Chatham Middle School.

By Leo Hohmann, June 20, 2018:

A federal judge has refused to toss out a lawsuit brought by a parent against the Chatham, New Jersey, school district, which showed seventh-graders a pro-Muslim video that included an invitation to convert to the “true faith.”

In denying the school district’s motion to dismiss the case, U.S. District Court Judge Kevin McNulty said the motion was worth only “minimal discussion.”

Kate Oliveri, an attorney with Thomas More Law Center, is representing Libby Hilsenrath, whose 12-year-old son attends Chatham Middle School. Oliveri said the decision to let the lawsuit proceed came as no surprise.

“The motion to dismiss was a further attempt by the school district to bully and silence Mrs. Hilsenrath,” she said. “The school district ignored the legal standard and ignored the facts, attempting instead to fool the judge with a poor attempt at sophistry.”

The lawsuit claims that seventh-grade students at the Chatham Middle School were forced to watch a set of videos in their World Cultures and Geography class that sought to convert them to Islam. Here is a sampling of what the students learned by watching just one of the 5-minute videos:

  • God gave Muhammed the noble Quran
  • The Quran is a Perfect guide for Humanity
  • The Quran is divine revelation
  • Islam is a shining beacon against the darkness of repression, segregation, intolerance and racism​
  • The Beautiful Quran is Guidance for the wise & sensible.

Then came the topper. The video ends with this: “May God help us all to find the true faith, Islam.”

A musical version of an Arabic poem plays in the background throughout the video. The lyrics describe Christians and Jews as infidels and praises Muhammed for slaughtering them: . . . “their white shining swords red with the blood of infidels
. . . until they looked like meat on the butcher’s block.”

To view the complete 5-minute video click here.

When Libby Hilsenrath first brought her concerns to the school board’s attention, on Feb. 6, 2017, they were dismissed out of hand.

And, when she and fellow parent Nancy Gayer appeared on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Show a week later to express her concerns to the nation, she was roundly condemned by the school community. [See interview with Tucker Carlson below]

Because of Hilsenrath’s attempts to persuade school officials to remove the videos and stop the Islamic indoctrination of her son and the other seventh-grade students, she has been subjected to a barrage of vicious personal attacks on social media and in public venues across her community.

Oliveri said the Chatham Board of Education and certain school-district teachers are “waging a war” against the religious protections afforded by the First Amendment.

“They attack religious liberty by enticing young school children with a direct call to convert to Islam and providing a step-by-step guide on how to effect that conversion,” Oliveri said. And then when two parents complained, the school district embarked on a concerted effort to smear their character.

TMLC attorney Kate Oliveri

See related stories: Public-school students urged to ‘try fasting’ during Ramadan; and West Virginia teachers invited to participate in Islamic indoctrination event.

If anything remotely this aggressively Christian were presented to public-school children in any corner of the United States, the ACLU would be ready to pounce with a lawsuit. But the ACLU is curiously silent in the New Jersey case.

Thank God for the Thomas More Law Center, said James Komaniecki, president of  RestoreAmericanLiberty.com.

“Thank Almighty God that TMLC is taking these people to the mat on this,” said  Komaniecki. “If we don’t stand up to radical Islam in our own nation, we will be undermined from within until nothing remains of our own culture and Christian faith.”

The federal lawsuit was filed Jan. 23 in the New Jersey District Court against several officials and teachers of the Chatham Middle School and the school district.

Richard Thompson, president of TMLC, said the absurdities introduced to students at Chatham Middle School are the same ones being introduced to students at schools across the U.S.

“Witless school officials have converted classrooms across America into Islamic indoctrination centers,” he said. “These schools do not educate, they propagandize. Under the guise of teaching social studies courses, teachers promote the religion of Islam in ways that would never be legally allowable for Christianity or any other religion.

“Because the explicitly stated goal of Muslim leaders and organizations is to dominate America by a ‘civilization jihad,’ these schools collude with them to jeopardize our national security.”

The Thomas More Law Center is a national public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

“To protect our children and our nation from the insidious Islamic propagandizing going on in our public schools, courageous parents like Libby Hilsenrath must take the time to know exactly what their children are being taught,” Thompson said. “And if it’s Islamic propaganda, take action to stop it.”

4 thoughts on “Judge green-lights parent’s lawsuit against public school teaching ‘Islam is the true faith’

  1. This has GOT to be stopped. People who seem to pay no attention to all which is transpiring, when I tell them our CHILDREN are being indoctrinating into Islam in school, they look at me in disbelief. In many schools, they are required to recite the Shahada, step one that every Muslim must take to the Islamic cult. They are given extra credit for, while swearing their allegiance to Islam, for wearing Muslim clothing.
    Thank God for these women who refuse to accept the perversion of our children.

  2. What happened to the separation of church and state? Where is the ACLU? Where are the agnostics and liberal atheist? Where are all the parents?

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