What values are taught at Al-Falah Muslim School?
“Hijab is compulsory… hide woman’s beauty as protection from rape.”
“Beheading, chopping off your hands, severe beatings are Islamic rules, nothing wrong in it.”
When a dozen or so girls from the Al-Falah Islamic School recently participated in the Long Beach clean-up while wearing Muslim dress and veils, Barbados Free Press wrote The Muslim vision of the future for all Barbadian women and republished a photo of the group. (shown above, courtesy of The Nation)
Three of the students in the photo placed comments on our article – and what they have to say is most disturbing.
Naively, the 14 to 16 year old girl students of the Al-Falah Muslim School simply wrote the truth as they see it and revealed values and standards that are totally at odds with our society.
No person in Barbados, and especially in the Ministry of Education, can read their comments and not be concerned about what is being taught at the Al-Falah Muslim School.
In the past, Barbados Free Press questioned the text books used and the lessons taught at our Muslim schools. BFP asked what the Ministry of Education is doing to supervise a curriculum that is largely created and sometimes directly delivered (electronically and via publications) from Saudi Arabia.
This concern about Muslim schools is worldwide as advances in technology allow Saudi Arabia to export their values and standards to children in Muslim schools everywhere.
“PUPILS at Islamic schools across Britain are being taught how to chop off a criminal’s hand and that Jews are conspiring to take over the world, a BBC investigation has found.”
… from The Australian British pupils taught how to carry out Sharia punishments at Islamic schools
(Give thanks and a Banks beer to Jihad Watch for the link)
Barbados is not immune from the same type of problems being experienced in the UK.
Posted below is the full comment written by the teenage girl student from the Barbados Al-Falah Muslim School. You’ll find a link to the other two comments as well.
Are the values and standards shown in the comments an acceptable result for a school in Barbados?
Is teaching that that there is nothing wrong in mutilation and beheading for offences against Muslim Sharia law acceptable in our country’s schools?
Is it proper to teach that the onus is on women to prevent rape by “covering their beauty”?
You want to know what is taught at the Barbados Al-Falah Muslim School?
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