Complaints about a lesson that included Arabic calligraphy caused an entire school district in Virginia to close down.
Parents in Georgia are outraged over lessons that teach the history of Islam. And the state is taking the complaints seriously, removing a program guide called “Respecting Beliefs.”
Parents in Florida are upset that third graders will be reading books they say promote Islam.
A benefit event for the NCAC is abruptly called off after the theater hosting the show deemed some of the content offensive– especially Neil LaBute’s “Mohammed Gets A Boner.”
The right-wing provocateur has the right to say what she wants. Does she think Arabs and Muslims have the same rights?
Local Tea Party activists fail in their efforts to remove world history textbooks they see as ‘Islamic indoctrination.’
Who gets to decide how history is taught? ACT! for America, a grassroots political advocacy group fighting “Islamofascism,” is attempting to exert control over World History in Charlotte County, FL. NCAC has responded.
Bulletin-board posting was part of what public schools are supposed to be doing in teaching about Islam, Christianity and other faiths in ways that are constitutionally and academically sound.
The NY Times reports today that Yale University Press has not only decided to remove the controversial Danish cartoons of Muhammad from “Cartoons that Shook the World” by Jytte Klausen; they have decided that all images of Muhammad have to go on the recommendation of a group of “diplomats and experts on Islam and counterterrorism”. […]