PC worksheet on Islam claims ‘Muslims’ faith stronger than that of Christians’ (Video)

PC worksheet on Islam claims ‘Muslims’ faith stronger than that of Christians’ (Video)

Here are a few “facts” about Islam of which you may not be aware:

— “The Qur’an says that ‘Men are the managers of the affairs of women’ and ‘righteous women are therefore obedient.’”

— “Beginning in the 1970s and 1980s Islam remerged [sic] as a potent political force, associated with reform and revolution.”

— “Most Muslims [sic] faith is stronger than the average Christian [sic].”

We felt it only appropriate to leave the misspelling and grammatical infelicities in place since these “facts” are taken from a worksheet handed out to students at Porter Ridge High School in Union County, N.C.

The school’s use of this material came to light when the mother of a freshman at the school noticed the assignment and took offense at the claim referenced in this post’s title. She was interviewed by Fox affiliate WJZY, telling reporters:

If you are going to do it, let’s do it right. I really feel there is a spin on this.

According to the video that follows, school administrators have not yet complied with requests for a completed version of the worksheet that would verify the student’s responses:

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Islam 2myfoxcarolinas.com

(h/t The Blaze)

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