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Citizens Speak Out Against Sharia in San Diego Schools - Part 1

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Published on Apr 26, 2017

Eleven citizens, led by a group called, Citizens for Quality Education, spoke at the San Diego Unified School Board against the progressive/Marxist plan to force acceptance of Islam on students under the guise of an anti-bullying program. The School Board is actually the bully here, trying to control the thoughts and speech of the students by intimidation.

The school district denied that they are enforcing Sharia, but they will be accommodating Islamic religious practices in the schools and teaching a (false) positive view of Islam. These religious obligations, such as praying five times a day and enforcing deference by non-Muslims to Islam are requirements of theocratic Islamic religious law, i.e. Sharia. However, Muslims are allowed to forego these religious obligations in a non-Muslim country. The San Diego School Board is acting like we already live in a theocratic Muslim country.

Kevin Beisser is the chief advocate of implementing Sharia in the schools. Saudi Arabia funds much of the advocacy of Islam in the US. You have to wonder, if he and other board members are getting any of that Saudi gold. A former board president (Marne Foster) was charged with corruption and removed from the board just last year.

The meeting took place on April 25, 2017. Please feel free to download and re-use this video.

From Citizens for Quality Education: Help support Charles LiMandri and the Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund to STOP CAIR from infiltrating our public schools and indoctrinating our students with sharia law!
Help spread the word!

https://www.gofundme.com/protectSDsch...

See also:
CAIR: San Diego To Have Most Sharia-Compliant Schools In America
https://youtu.be/pzefP3dtWnI

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