by JANET LEVY:
This is a dangerous companion program to Common Core and CSCOPE designed to indoctrinate your children and grandchildren about Islam. As part of a National Endowment for the Humanities program funded by $150 million of our taxpayer dollars, 25 books and a DVD are being provided to 800 public libraries. No books are included on Judaism, Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, etc.
Islam is a totalitarian, misogynistic, supremacist doctrine that teaches Muslims to deceive and kill non-believers. There is NO feature of this hate ideology that teaches brotherly love, compassion, tolerance or service to mankind. The goal of Islam is complete submission with three options for non-Muslims: conversion, dhimmitude or death.
Circulate the information about this dangerous, subversive program throughout your communities and organizations.
We MUST stop the stealth jihad to subvert Western laws and values and eliminate ALL human rights.
Janet Levy ~ Los Angeles
Larry Grieco, Librarian – Gilpin County
Having just returned from a two-day workshop on our new “Let’s Talk About It:Muslim Journeys theme, Literary Reflections,” I’m enthusiastic about getting the word out, as well as introducing you to the five books in the series. Dr. Nancy Ciccone, chair of the English Department at the University of Colorado, Denver, and I are working together for the third time on a “Let’s Talk about It” series.
Nancy and I didn’t have to travel far, this time – just to the Grand Hyatt in downtown Denver – to hear project scholars develop the content, andcoordinators from the American Library Association recommend effective ways to implement the project. We joined more than 75 representatives from other libraries around the country who received this “Let’s Talk About It” grant, many of whom were accompanied by their local scholars.
The series here at the Gilpin County Library will be offered beginning January 11, 2014, with the first book, “The Arabian Nights,” as the topic of discussion. This book is also known as “The Thousand and One Nights,” and was compiled during the Abbasid caliphate (750-1258), “regarded as one of the glorious periods of Muslim civilization because of its significant contributions to scientific knowledge, cultural arts, engineering and architecture, and general intellectual innovation.”
The fourth session in the “Let’s Talk About It” series, to be presented on Feb. 22, is “Dreams of Trespass: Tales of a Harem Girlhood,” written by Fatima Mernissi. This is a coming-of-age memoir “depicting traditional life in a harem in Fez (Morocco)…which explores the social boundaries that become fault lines in the debates over the borders between childhood and adulthood, public and private, and male and female.”
What every young American girl needs to learn about – life in a Muslim harem . The propaganda is being pushed in more than 800 taxpayer funded libraries across the United States.
Visit your local library today and see what you find. Request some of Robert Spencer, Nonie Darwish, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Oriana Fallaci and other books be carried and on display as well.
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) is an independent federal agency created in 1965. It is one of the largest funders of humanities programs in the United States.
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Janet Levy, MBA, MSW, is an activist, world traveler, and freelance journalist who has contributed to American Thinker, Pajamas Media, Full Disclosure Network, FrontPage Magazine, Family Security Matters and other publications. She blogs at www.womenagainstshariah.com