Toronto public school board guide pushes Muslim greetings during morning announcements and other intrusions

While public school students all across Canada typically learn about the world’s major religions at some point during their studies, one school board’s guidebook on Islam is edging close to religious instruction and indoctrination.

 

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  • ontario john

    When can we expect minarets built at all Toronto schools. This will allow loudspeakers to announce calls to prayer. And of course prayer mats should be handed out to all students. Its the diverse thing to do.

  • Watchman

    Would they recite the Qur’an Sura 1:1-7, the same 7 line introduction that muslims say 17 times per day? The one containing the line “The path of those upon whom You have bestowed favor [muslims], not of those who have evoked [Your] anger [Jews] or of those who are astray [Christians].”

    And because it doesn’t explicitly mention the words ‘Jews’ nor ‘Christians’ even though the muslims know that it refers to them, it will never be banned under any M-103 based future legislation.

    • ontario john

      Where all the atheists that rant when anything Christian, is seen in schools?

  • k2

    Muslims – the vast majority of them – want to live in an islamic society and culture, not under a secular one. Opinion polls constantly confirm this. So if you bring in sizable numbers of them, you will inevitably end up with an islamic society, along with all the wonderful enrichment that that entails. Unfortunately, non-muslims will be forced to live in that same culture, one that is hostile and foreign to them.

  • WalterBannon

    how is this even legal?

    • Liberal Progressive

      It’s not just legal it’s mandatory under Sharia Law.

      • topposter

        Actually it’s mandatory for Muslims, but forbidden for kufr to use Islamic greetings, as well as for muslims to use Islamic greeting towards kufr. Therefore, the school board is violating Sharia and should be charged with Islamophobia.

        • Liberal Progressive

          That makes sense now that Canada is a Muslim country.

  • WildWelshWoman

    All this pandering to Muslims is making me ill. When will this insanity stop? This isn’t making school “more inclusive,” it’s setting groups apart from one another and Christians are not invited!
    Let’s try reinstating the Lord’s Prayer in school each morning and see how well that goes over!

  • Gary

    The TDSB fears terrorism by those peaceful followers of islam . So now the schools will give the children a chance to here the message from muhamad and embrace islam ….if they don’t , the quran sanctions killing them .

    I think this is a ruse by the islamists to drive out the non-muslims from the Public schools and then make them de-facto Madrassa’s by-proxy and funed by the Tax payers .
    Lebanon is the recent example of how islams followers flood the nation and to dominate , then do jihad to take it over and push out the Christian that refuse to convert .

    Imam Steve Rockwell is on record to boast how Canada will be an islamic state one day because when Muslims dominate they will obey the quran to do jihad and claim it for islam and the Global caliphate.

  • Bless his heart

    Did they include any of that take the head of all of the unbelievers, and death to all infidels stuff?
    I wonder?

  • Bonni Stern Poch

    Unless the school board is willing to say, “Good morning” in every language spoken in Toronto, this should not be given a second thought. Geez…where do I start?

    First of all, the two languages in this country are English and French. If you want to deliver a “good morning” message in the public school system, then it has to be in either of those languages. End of story. No debate, no exceptions.

    Secondly, I am all for kids learning about different religions of the world. I think it’s important to know what people believe in and respect others’ beliefs. What I don’t want is religion crammed down their throat. If I want my kids to follow a specific religion, I will cram it down their throat at home, thank you very much. Kids go to school to learn about all kinds of things, and theology is one of them, but indoctrination has no place in the classroom.

    I could go on, but what good would that do? What I’d really like to know is how this can even be a consideration?