March 17, 2017

The Religion of Peace Reaches Out Again

Dana Mathewson

I'm sure you all remember receiving a few years ago, via e-mail, a bracing quote from the then-Prime Minister of Australia to the effect that "Australia will not change to accommodate demands of Muslims to recognize sharia law, Muslim dietary requirements, etc." And we all said "Why can't we be as gutsy?"

It appears Australia herself needs a dose of the ex-Prime Minister's steel. Because things are deteriorating. I found this on Urgent Agenda, quoted from Heatstreet:

Teachers at a primary school in Sydney, Australia have been threatened with beheading and other violence from young Islamic students, prompting one of them to quit her job.

Students as young as those in Year 5, according to the Daily Telegraph, are making the violent threats and pressuring others to read the Koran at Punchbowl Public School in Sydney.

Documents given to the newspaper allege that three staff members have taken a leave of absence owing to stress, received counselling and been awarded compensation after bullying from Islamic students.

One female teacher reportedly quit her job after it got too much for her. She claims she quit after receiving death threats to her family from her year 5 and 6 students, with some saying they would behead her.

The teacher also said she made numerous complaints back in 2014 about the extraordinary behavior in the class. For example, she said, she was abused by students after she stopped them from hanging a Syrian flag in the classroom.

Read the entire Urgent Agenda article here: http://www.urgentagenda.com/PERMALINKS%20IX/MARCH%202017/17.THREATS.HTML

I am assuming that if that one teacher quit her job, it indicates that the school is not properly backing her. In other words, the school is wimping out, much in the manner of American liberal-controlled schools. Sad!


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