Is It Ok to Teach Islam in Public Schools – Chuck Limandri

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Today on Educate For Life, Kevin is talking with attorney Chuck Limandri to shed light on an important issue that may soon affect the San Diego public school system. The district wants to implement a curriculum that would educate students about Islam. On the surface, that doesn’t sound so bad, but Chuck Limandri sees it as an attempt to indoctrinate students.

The motivation to implement this new curriculum comes from studies that seem to show that Muslim students are bullied more than any other group. But the studies are deeply flawed in many ways including the fact that they consider disagreeing with Islam as a type of bullying. CAIR, the Center for Islamic and American Relations is the group that wants to implement this curriculum. They have stated that their goal is to use San Diego as a test platform to see if they can implement it all across the U.S. in order to use the education system to transform America into an Islamic country.

Chuck Limandri has viewed the curriculum and he says it is incredibly one sided and teaches Islam uncritically to impressionable students. He says it is not the role of public schools to promote one particular view or religion over another. Furthermore, it would be promoting a belief system that is diametrically opposed to American values in many ways. According to what he has seen, this is exactly what this curriculum does. He says that if public schools would teach Islam in balance with other world religions, he would see no issue with it.

Tune in to Educate For Life to learn about this important issue and see why Chuck has legal objections to the implementation of this proposed curriculum. You don’t want to miss it.

This episode first aired on July 8, 2017.

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