I am often criticizing on this site certain Muslims for selling out deen, distorting Islam, and generally assisting the liberal secular cultural juggernaut in pummeling the Ummah.
But, we also need to take some time to celebrate the champions of the Ummah who are making a real difference by standing up to that menace and shutting it down.
Let’s show some love to the Muslims in Birmingham, UK.
A primary school that taught pupils about homosexuality as part of a programme to challenge homophobia has stopped the lessons after hundreds of children were withdrawn by parents in protest.
Parkfield community school in Saltley, Birmingham, has been the scene of weekly protests over the lessons, which parents claim are promoting gay and transgender lifestyles.
First of all, notice the manipulation in language in this article. The program is for “challenging homophobia,” as if little elementary/primary school kids are brimming with gay-hate and schools have to intervene with a full-fledged LGBT curriculum before the rage of these children translates to hate crimes.
Seriously, why do kids in elementary/primary school need to be taught about any sexuality, let alone homo-sexuality? How could a second grader have homophobia (even on the assumption that that’s a bad thing)? Elementary school kids are busy playing with legos and eating ice cream. How do they even know about hating queers? Where would they even come across a gay?
Personally, I didn’t meet someone who openly professed to being gay until I went to college, and I grew up in a relatively liberal environment. I’m just saying, kids don’t really even have the opportunity at that age to demonstrate hatred for homosexual acts, even if they were predisposed to do so (which, arguably, all human beings are). So there is no need to “challenge homophobia.”
In fact, the only way a kid that age knows about men copulating each others’ colons is if you tell them about it. And that is what these liberal secularists are hell-bent on doing: Teaching your kids about anal sex and how we should all celebrate the right of two or more adult men to engage in it.
Well, our bruvs in the UK ain’t having it.
On Friday about 600 Muslim children, aged between four and 11, were withdrawn from the school for the day, parents said. The school would not confirm the number.
Last month, the Guardian reported that the assistant headteacher of the school was forced to defend the lessons after 400 predominantly Muslim parents signed a petition calling for them to be dropped from the curriculum.
Parents have been protesting outside the Saltley school, which is rated as outstanding by Ofsted. At one protest they held signs that read “say no to promoting of homosexuality and LGBT ways of life to our children”, “stop exploiting children’s innocence”, and “education not indoctrination”.
MashaAllah, this is getting the job done.
Children from reception age through to year six were being taught five No Outsiders lessons a year, each one covering topics to meet requirements in the Equality Act. Books being read by the pupils include Mommy, Mama and Me, and King & King – stories about same-sex relationships and marriages.
However, after the inclusion of the programme in the curriculum, Moffat, who is in a civil partnership, faced protests and the removal of children from the school.
The school appealed to parents to stop the protests, saying they were “upsetting and disruptive” for the children.
Got that? Protesting their fahisha is “upsetting” and “disruptive.” The fahisha itself is perfectly fine for children, soothing even.
So, the school has a homosexual, Moffat, in charge of the curriculum. Here he is:
Of course, you have some Muslims in the UK, a fringe minority to be sure, who just don’t get it.
The issue was first raised by Fatima Shah, who pulled her 10-year-old daughter out of the school, saying children were too young to be learning about same-sex marriages and LGBT rights in the classroom.
“We are not a bunch of homophobic mothers,” she said. “We just feel that some of these lessons are inappropriate. Some of the themes being discussed are very adult and complex and the children are getting confused.
Hmm, are we homophobic? I’ve been debating this question.
Obviously I realize the term is just a tool to marginalize anyone who doesn’t celebrate sodomy as an irrational bigot. But on further reflection, I am afraid of these people and their supporters. I’m deathly afraid that the archangel Jibreel is going to come and literally annihilate my city and everyone in it. I’m deathly afraid Allah is going to send all manner of destruction onto my and my family’s heads for what these people are doing openly and defiantly.
So yeah, I am definitely, definitely homophobic.
What do the Muslim politicians in the UK have to say about all this?
Shabana Mahmood, the MP for Birmingham Ladywood, spoke out after parents in her constituency complained that primary schools were teaching their children about same-sex relationships.
She said parents did not oppose sex and relationship education, but felt their children were too young for some of the things being taught.
Speaking in a Commons debate, Mahmood said: “None of my constituents is seeking particular or differential opt-outs at secondary school level. It is all about the age appropriateness of conversations with young children in the context of religious backgrounds.”
Mahmood, who has backed gay rights legislation in the Commons including voting for same-sex marriage, said the government should ensure the rights of minorities were protected, but that included the rights of people with orthodox religious views, including some Jews and Christians as well as some Muslims.
So many lies from this lady. But what do you expect from politicians, even Muslim ones?
You can’t be the token brown person in Parliament (or Congress) and oppose same-sex shagging. That defeats the purpose of giving you a token seat at the table. The liberal democratic system needs to prove how inclusive it is by putting all these so-called “minorities” on a pedestal and saying, “Look! We love everyone!” But that brilliant plan is foiled if one of the brown people pipes up to declare, “Uh, not cool with the butt sex.”
But Ms Shabana doesn’t want to declare that. Unfortunately, her Muslim constituents do. So the only way she can claim to represent her constituents is to make up some bogus excuse like, “Muslims aren’t really against man-on-man coitus. In fact, they have no problem with it whatsoever! They just don’t think it might be the best idea for their 4-year-old kids to be learning about it, maybe.”
And What About Across the Pond?
The UK isn’t the only Western country indoctrinating kids with the gay. In the former British colonies, states like California, New Jersey, and New York have already mandated or are working hard to mandate LGBT inclusiveness in their curricula.
Do we have American Muslims here protesting, imams taking a stand, parents pulling out their kids from school en masse?
In California, the Healthy Youth Act was passed in the legislature in 2016 requiring this fahisha for all public and charter schools. Christian and Jewish parents protested. At the time, I called for opposition as well.
But what are the Muslim organizations and social justice imams busy with these days?