Christians are under constant assault for their beliefs in America. However, a new video shows that persecution is not unique to the United States.
A YouTube video shows Christian children in the Netherlands being dragged into a mosque and being forced to participate in an Islamic prayer, as per WND. Some of the children’s parents are outraged by the school’s actions.
The mosque where the kids went to pray is called the Ghulzar e Madino in Zwolle, Netherlands, a town east of Amsterdam. Apparently, this mosque is visited by radical preachers who hail from Pakistan. You know, just the kind of people you want hanging around your kids.
M. Anas Noorani Siddiqui is one of the preachers who visits this mosque, and he has called for the death penalty for anyone who insults the Prophet Muhammad. He has also said that Dutch people who are not followers of Islam “behave like dogs and b**ches.”
The video shows little boys and girls being forced to put their elbows on the ground and participate in a religious exercise. When parents saw this video, they called on the school to stop forcing children to take part in activities done for political correctness.
“Refuse to allow your child to participate in such ‘away-with-our-culture’ excursions. You are deciding, not the school,” one official said. Children this young should not be forced to participate in activities that are clearly done to appease the liberals who spew nonsense about political correctness.
The parents clearly did not like the school trying to force kids to “learn the main points about the religions which play a big role in the multicultural Dutch society,” as one school official stated. The parents should be deciding what religious activities their children engage in, not the school.
It could very well be that this becomes commonplace in the United States. There would be a outcry from the conservatives while all liberals would say it is great that these kids are experiencing multiculturalism.
Democrats and the mainstream media have decided that is the burden of schools and federal government, not families, to decide what is best for their children—that it is best to ingratiate impressionable minds before they can even understand what they are being told and being made to do.
Before children are brought into a mosque, they should be told about 9/11, the Orlando attacks, and the countless other terror attacks where radicals, who could have visited this mosque in the Netherlands, killed innocent people and devastated families.
Perhaps they should be told about all facets of a religion and how they can be twisted into terrorism. Ground Zero is no better example. I think that would be much more educational for them.