CAIR gets Texas teacher fired for teaching truth about Islam

Despite being named to the UAE list of designated terrorist groups, and exposed by the FBI for its terrorist ties, Hamas-linked Muslim Brotherhood front group, CAIR, has forced the resignation of a senior government and economics teacher at Foster High School in Richmond for handing out materials to students that described Islam as an “ideology of war.”

Below are samples of the handouts:

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ABC13  In a statement released on Tuesday night, a Lamar CISD spokesman said the teacher turned in his resignation on April 8. The teacher, identified by parents familiar with the class as Herby Woolverton, drew public criticism from the Muslim community, including  CAIR (Council On American-Islamic Relations), which called the eight-page handout “virulently anti-Muslim.”

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Irate parents and students took to social media to condemn this forced resignation.

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“I’m here in support of Dale Wolverton,” meeting attendee Sean Davis said. “He’s the definition of what an educator should be,” meeting attendee Austin Falcon said. Others say it’s unfair and they want this veteran teacher back in the classroom.  “If its going to move this way, I don’t want my child here. I’ll take my child somewhere else,” added Davis.

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During the school board meeting, there was strong showing of support for the teacher, who reportedly gave students material claiming that “Muhammad was a false prophet” and that Islam is an ideology of war.

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ONLY one student was offended by the handout. Her parents quickly contacted CAIR litigation jihadists, who went to work threatening the school with lawsuits and media intimidation if they did not force the teacher to resign.

Original story here.

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