Marine veteran John Wood and his wife Melissa refused to stand by quietly while their teenage daughter was being fed Muslim propaganda while attending La Plata High School in Maryland. Speaking up for his daughter got Wood banned from the school campus.
In the classroom, Wood’s daughter and other students were forced to recite the Shadada (Muslim statement of faith). According to Fox news, they were also made to memorize the five pillars of Islam. The class was supposed to cover multiple religions, however only one day was spent on Christianity. Two weeks were spent on the Muslim faith.
In addition to being made to in effect declare their faith in the Muslim religion, the students were also taught that the faith of a Muslim person is stronger than the faith of a Christian.
When Wood called the school to voice his concern regarding the class and the indoctrination of his daughter, the school banned him from campus. Wood and his wife filed a lawsuit against the school district with the help and support of the Thomas More Law Center.
In the lawsuit, they accuse the school of indoctrinating their daughter. “Defendants forced Wood’s daughter to disparage her Christian faith by reciting the Shahada, and acknowledging Mohammed as her spiritual leader,” the lawsuit said.
The lawsuit also claims that the students were told that “the Islamic religion is a fact while Christianity and Judaism are just beliefs.” The students were also reportedly told that jihad is “a holy war waged on behalf of Islam as a religious duty, a personal struggle in devotion to Islam especially involving spiritual discipline.”
If a public school introduces anything remotely Christian to the students in attendance, the atheist groups around the country rise up with a ferocious outrage and attack the school and individuals until they are confident that Christ has been removed.
When a school introduces Muslim doctrine to the students, the atheists and so called “freedom from religion” organizations are nowhere to be found. That proves once and for all that there is an anti-Christian sentiment in the country. All other religions are left alone.