Monday, November 23, 2015

California School Children Are Taught The Jihadist Fight Song

California School Children Are Taught The Jihadist Fight Song

By de Andréa, Opinion Editorialist 
Published November 23, 2915

Parents in Orange County CA are ready to fight after students are ordered to sing the Islamic Jihad Fight Song.


"This is my fight song. Spread Islam now. Prove that we're right."

Nichole Negron, left, and Susan Negron, right, want to know why an Orange County middle school teacher had students sing an Islamic “fight song” (Photo: KCAL 9 Los Angeles screenshot)
Parents at a California middle school are demanding to know why a teacher had students sing an Islamic “fight song” promoting terrorism?
A seventh-grade teacher at Spring View Middle School in Huntington Beach, California, deviated from the district’s official curriculum and had students sing “This Is My’ Fight Song.” Parent and grandparent Nichole Negron and Susan Negron told KCAL 9 Los Angeles their seventh grader was told they had to participate in the activity.
“I believe that by singing the song, the children will start to feel comfortable that maybe Allah is the only god and maybe that they should start following him,” Susan Negron told the network Tuesday. “I’m not OK with that.”
The women only found out about the activity by accident when Negron’s son brought a pamphlet with lyrics home.
“How can we as parents combat against what we don’t know is going on?” the mother asked.

The lyrics to “This Is My Fight Song” go as follows:
"Like a sandstorm on the desert, sending camels into motion.
Like how a single faith can make a heart open, they might only have one God,
But they can make an explosion.
All all those things they have to say, Islam … Allah’s on the way.
They will preach them loud tonight. Can you hear their voice this time?
This is our fight song. Spread Islam now song. Prove that they’re right song.”
Even Ojaala Ahmed of the Terrorist Group known as The Council for American Islamic Relations in Anaheim told the CBS affiliate she wanted to know why the teacher shared the song, given the attacks in Paris, France, last Friday, knowing that this potentially Islamophobic backlash might come about, what was the teacher’s intention?” Ahmed asked.
The school district sent an apology to parents and said it would continue looking into the incident, the network reported.

Thanks for listening - de Andréa

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