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One Look At Her Son’s Homework Assignment And Mom Has Stern Message For Teacher

A California mom recently discovered what her teen had been learning about in his seventh grade class — and she was not happy.

Tara Cali sat down to help her child with his homework, when she cracked open the textbook to see that the history lesson was all about Islam. The assignment even went as far as to be interactive with a code kids could scan with their cell phones to be treated to an actual Muslim call to prayer at a mosque. Incensed by what her child was being indoctrinated with in class, Tara sent an epic lesson back to the teacher.

The public education system in Bakersfield evidently believes that teaching Islam, while omitting the atrocities within it, is acceptable. At the same time, they believe Christianity has no place on campus, let alone in a lesson. In the name of learning the world’s religions, the teacher had an entire segment dedicated to Islam, yet not a single assignment in the curriculum about the very religion our country was built on — Christianity.

Tara gave her son a lesson in standing up for your beliefs and your God, not bowing down to a religion liberals insist is misunderstood. Rather than making her student complete the homework, she sent the assignment back with a clear message for the teacher, along with some research they can do on the matter, listing six Bible verses.

“My son WILL not be a part of this in any sort of way,” she wrote in the workbook and uploaded a photo of it to Facebook. “This is bad teaching material. He will NOT partake, If you have a problem with it, call our lawyer,” she concluded with passion and conviction in her message.

After listing several Bible verses which back up her stance on the matter, Tara asked a very valid question at the bottom of the page. “How about Christian practices? That sheet has never come home, this year or last!” she stated.

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