Quebec Father, furious his son is taught Islam at school is threatened by School Board for hate speech

NB – Google Translate: A family man who believes his 8 year old son should not be taught the basic concepts of Islam at school decided to virulently denounce the situation on Facebook, the Lanaudière school board responded by sending a notice that he had committed an act of “hate speech” .

It all started when the son of Jacques Maurice came home from school with, as usual, homework. But that night, he had to complete an exercise on the basic principles of Islam by answering questions like: “Who is the prophet Muhammad?”.

Furious to see that the school was teaching his son the outline of Islam, Maurice let off steam on Facebook, with a statement, among others, that “Islam is a religion of m **** ( sic). (Ed. Islam is a religion of Merde? – sounds right.)

This is what shocked the School Board that they sent the father a notice to withdraw the “hate speech” in his Facebook account, otherwise it threatened to prosecute him.

h/t FD


I say Good for Dad.

  • winniec

    This would make any sane man want to curse. First of all, HOW DARE THEY SAY UNAPOLOGETICALLY and without NUANCE that Mohammed is a ‘prophet’!
    80% of the people on earth believe Mohammed is NOT a ‘prophet’. Asking schoolchildren to draw a picture of Mohammed’s pornographic paradise is obscene.

    • It is the sickness of multiculturalism.

      • occupant 9

        Multiculturalism is payback. It is war without a formal military operation. It is the only way the Left can use to trick the gullible do-gooding non-evil people (severely normal folks) into “helping” the “less fortunate” even though said non-evil people played no part in worsening the other’s position.

        The Hidden Agenda of Multiculturalism is that it aims to detroy the very same thing the wreckless and feckless Left has always sought to destroy.

        It has been my observation that the Left will sh*t the bed to get you out of it.

    • tom_billesley

      Asking kids to draw a picture of Mahomet could also get the kids killed. Ask Lars Vilks. What were they thinking?

      • Justin St.Denis

        Well, I hope they do not exempt muslim kids from that part of the assignment. I wonder………….

      • Good point!

  • Icebow

    Why are such ‘teachers’ not already hiding in holes in the ground? Why is their pseudo-righteousness (i.e. lefteousness) tolerated even for a moment?

    • BillyHW


      • andycanuck

        And union membership cards.

      • Justin St.Denis

        LMFAO. Your honesty is refreshing. I was JUST ABOUT TO SAY the same thing. Usually, where institutional insanity prevails, there is a predominance of women.

    • winniec

      Those who designed this curriculum should be sacked.

      • Dave

        By being sacked, I hope you mean put in a weighted sack and dropped into a river.

        • Justin St.Denis

          I like the way your mind works.

  • BillyHW

    Fire them all.

  • cmh

    how can something that is written- not spoken… be speech???? If that would be accepted by the ‘powers that be’ then let’s bring a prosecution against the Koran.

    • Doug Kursk

      Disseminating literature of all types comes under free speech laws, it does not have to be orally delivered “speech”…

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    He just said that for shits and giggles, for fun….

  • Ron MacDonald

    Someone should start a legal fund to help him fight back should the board commence legal proceedings.

  • Jim Horne

    Are education institutions spending time and money to radicalize Canadians?

    Are CSIS, RCMP, provincial and local police forces spending time and money to prevent the radicalization of Canadians?

    Wow! This explains why there are jobs in the public sector and why taxpayers are broke.

    • winniec

      What in the world? I don’t believe any other religion is presented in such a manner that presumes it is true.
      This is illiberal. They are making the children into little Islamofascists.

    • Our education system is more about indoctrination by the radical teacher’s unions. Home schooling is the answer.

      • Jim Horne

        Whenever the government is given a monopoly in any specific domain, like education or healthcare, you eventually see the quality and level of service diminish and the cost associated with the operation within that domain escalates beyond measure. In any domain where competition is severely restricted there is atrophy and over time stagnation. It is endemic.

        ● Is it time to open the education domain to more competition?
        ● Is it time for a funding model where the money follows the student?
        ● Is greater access to private education a benefit to public education as well?

  • Waffle

    Jeez!! When they dumped the Church back in the 60’s, they threw the baby out with the bathwater.

    • Justin St.Denis

      They replaced the RC Church with The Church of Women’s Rights which morphed into the Church of Minority Special Rights and Privileges. That always leads to fascism.

  • Doug Kursk

    As I so often hear in newscasts, it is always “the Prophet Mohammed”, not the “so called Muslim Prophet” or the “Muslim’s Prophet Mohammed.

    He is not my prophet. Never met the murdering psychopath, nor do I believe in one damn thing he said or supposedly wrote.

    You would never hear a talking head refer to Jesus as the “lord and saviour, Jesus Christ”…you know, because that would be giving an honorific to someone whom they don’t believe existed, or is deserving of the title.

    Saying that, you better believe that THEY believe in Mohammed and relish any opportunity to remind Christians of their rival.

    • He’s the CBC’s Prophet.

      • Minicapt

        Bring back Ronnie Profit.


    • Justin St.Denis

      Ditto referring to the Koran as “the Holy Koran”. There is nothing “holy” about the Koran. Never was. Never will be.

  • pop

    Yes, it’s a shite religion.

  • pop

    If that picture is Mohammed, it’s head chopping time if true.

  • Xavier

    You do realize that home schooling will be outlawed, right?

    • I suspect so.

    • John

      Home schooling is ‘divisive’ and subverts ‘diversity’…

      And as far as the cultural marxists who established this ethics course are concerned, punishable by death!

  • John

    This religion/ethics course has been the object of a lot of criticism. It’s a stupid, dimwitted instance of cultural marxism

    I agree with the father but for different reasons. The Roman Catholic religion should be taught in all public schools. It is so foundational for French Canada, that without a grounding in the faith Québec’s history becomes unintelligble. If people do not understand the Catholic faith, then they will be cut off from their own history. The Roman Catholic religion constitutes almost the entire framework of the whole society; it’s the skeleton that gives form to the entire culture.

    And québec’s motto is ‘Je me souviens’…

    I think that visits to a few cathedrals should be in order as well. There are churches all over the place here; they are a feature of ever village and hamlet. Their nature, purpose and function should be required knowledge.

  • bo canut

    Ontario’s co-parents AKA teachers are also skipping down the “Progressive” path.
    It is now homophobic to disagree with a cirriculum designed by a convicted pedophile instructing 10 year old kids on the nuances of anal ,oral and vaginal sex lumping all the forms into one group so as not to offend pedophiles.
    Hate speech prosecution can’t be far behind as Wynne and others have already plagerized the “Sex Science is settled” mantra to deflect opposition.

  • Coupal

    I work in the Quebec school system. They do not even learn about Christianity, so WHY are they learning about islam? I wonder if this is truly in the curriculum at this school board, or if it was some teacher deciding to teach this. If the teacher had been teaching Christianity and a muslim father had objected with expletives on Facebook, would the school board have threatened to prosecute him for hate-speech? Methinks NOT! The father is right. He has every right to object. His son is too young.

  • imnokuffar

    I keep seeing these adverts on TV that are pleading for money for victims of peadophila. But they never specify which countries these poor children are resident in. Or the religion that os responsible for this.

    I give you a guess;

    So whilst feeling the pain of these poor girls I will not donate a penny.

    Not because I am inhuman but because no matter what I do this will not stop.

  • Sam Rawls

    It is sad that so called religion is aloud to spread lies about God And a country does not know the difference. Most people does not know the truth. they neither know the Koran or the Bible and making decisions wit on facts for their decisions. None can realize what their decision will do to the nation. The Truth is No liar will enter heaven; and there is one mediator between God and man and man is Jesus Christ God’s beloved son. Being Mohammad taught that God had no son He taught a lie. God does not even hear the Muslims prayers because it has to go through Jesus Christ. Being that they don’t believe Who Jesus is Their prayers go no where. What damage will it do to their nation Almost none being most of the nation has turned against God and Jesus Christ. That nation that has turned against God in near unto destruction. God bless you.