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Sharia Comes to a Public Middle School in Indiana

A propaganda campaign to normalize the oppressive system of Sharia law was introduced recently at an Indiana middle school, and parents are not too pleased about the attempt to indoctrinate their children.

The Daily Caller reported:

The Sharia-related assignment at issue is for seventh-grade students at Highland Hills Middle School, just north of Louisville, reports The Courier-Journal, the main regional newspaper.

The assignment provides a reading passage ostensibly written by a 20-year-old woman named Ahlima who resides in Saudi Arabia.

Ahlima says she feels “very fortunate” to be governed by Sharia law — the notorious Islamic penal code which, in countries such as Saudi Arabia, includes the practice of cutting off the hands of criminals who steal. She observes that she is about to become some guy’s second wife. She supports the repressive clothes women in Saudi Arabia must wear. “I understand that some foreigners see our dress as a way of keeping women from being equal,” Ahlima writes. “I find Western women’s clothing to be horribly immodest.”

Ahlima is, of course, completely fictional. She is a character who appears to have sprung from the imagination of Sharon Coletti, the president of InspirEd Educators. Colleti — whose business website is a veritable cornucopia of comic sans font — said the completely fictitious character of Ahlima is based on someone she once saw being interviewed on a television news program.

The same assignment has caused parents to be angry in the past. In 2011, parents in Smyrna, Georgia accused Coletti of “indoctrinating” middle school children with the Sharia lesson. There were death threats during that fracas.

Parents of students at the school are upset about the insane curriculum that tries to frame Sharia law as something other than oppressive and dangerous.

“The way that the worksheet is left would be like describing how effective Hitler was at nationalizing Germany and creating patriotism but leaving out that he slaughtered 6 million Jews,” Dean Hohl, parent of a student at the school, explained recently at a New Albany-Floyd County school board meeting, the Courier-Journal reported.

“I’m just not okay with my daughter — or any child that age — leaving class with the understanding that anything about Sharia law is okay,” Hohl added.

Another parent angered by the assignment, Jon Baker, said that it was “almost propaganda” and that “If you read that, you would think everything’s wonderful in that world.”

Coletti, who used to be a social studies teacher, predictably defended her propaganda assignment. “If I can shape something so that kids have to decide for themselves, once I get them involved in the situation, they never forget it.”

Coletti called herself a practicing Christian and claimed that she hoped her disturbing curriculum would help students become “patriotic” and problem-solvers.”

Fortunately, the assignment and any related material will be removed from the Indiana middle school as Coletti retired it so as not to garner negative press attention.