Everyone is being bullied in 2013. Leave it to Hamas-CAIR California to issue a report that over half of all Islamic students suffer from “bullying.” According to their report, which is the first of its kind, Islamic students face “biased-based bullying” in California. This doesn’t include other instances that have supposedly occurred across the nation. This particular study was conducted with a sample of 500 Muslim students. It’s interesting that Hamas CAIR dares to play the bullying card, when every single state in the United States has cowered to Islam. Students are not forbidden to wear a hijab in school in California. Common Core is jihadist certified, with many of the textbooks serving as substitute Korans in the classroom. The only thing that has happened here is the American education system has given in completely to Islam. Like the homosexual agenda, it is never enough. Hamas-CAIR California will submit this biased, self serving “report” in order to get the results they want, which is complete control over American education.
Hamas-CAIR California has a definate goal in issuing this “bullying” report. It will make all educators even more eager to please the CAIR thugs into making schools a safe haven for budding jihadists. Any perceived threat of “bullying,” requires swift action to keep the Islamists from striking, possibly suing. Scare tactics and threats are the calling cards of Hamas-CAIR. What should we expect from a terrorist organization?
The California chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relation’s (CAIR-CA) 2012 Muslim Youth at School Survey was the first statewide survey to examine the experiences of American Muslim youth at school. It targeted youth from across California and received responses from 21 counties. In total, 471 Muslim American students attending public school between the ages of 11 and 18 responded to the survey, which consisted of 10 multiple choice questions and space for comments.
The new report, “Growing in Faith: California Muslim Youth Experiences with Bullying, Harassment and Religious Accommodation in Schools,” reveals that nearly half of Muslim students say they have been subjected to some form of bias-based bullying.
What exactly does biased-based bullying mean? “Biased-based” bullying is a nice, politically correct term for other non-Muslims “perceptions” of Islamic students. Do they have preconceived notions about Islam, other than Islam being anything less than peaceful? Are they “Islamophobic” in anyway? Hamas-CAIR California is committed to the idea that Islamic students’ every need be properly met. Countless schools across the country are creating Islamic prayer rooms especially for their students. They are getting every special accommodation at the expense of every other sub-set. It’s a deadly epidemic that will only breed more lethal jihadis.
The report found that approximately one in five young women reported being bullied because they wore an Islamic headscarf (hijab) to school. Additionally, one in five youth reported they were unsure of participating in classroom discussions in which Islam or Muslims are discussed and were unsure of whether teachers respected their religion. More than one-third of bullying victims surveyed indicated that reporting harassment incidents to school administrators was not helpful.
When non-Muslim students do not wear hijabs, it is only natural that this issue might be raised. “One in five youth being “unsure” if their teachers “respect” their religion” is more baiting by Hamas-CAIR California. How anyone could have “respect” for the death cult of Islam is impossible to comprehend, especially after the terrorist attacks of 9/11. However, this is 2013 America, and all of the atrocities of Islam have been scrubbed clean and forgotten. They’ve come to America and are conquering. If there’s ever an issue, all Hamas-CAIR has to do is call the Department of Justice.
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“Being called ‘terrorist’ or ‘Bin laden’ is still a reality for many American Muslim students,” said CAIR-LA Civil Rights Manager Fatima Dadabhoy. “Throughout the course of this study, we were alarmed to find that many Muslim students didn’t even deem this as a form of bullying. Through this report, we hope to show that a decision to dismiss mistreatment as a natural consequence of being Muslim in America, or simply part of growing up, is unacceptable and normalizes a toxic school environment.”
“Too often we find that parents and teachers don’t know how to adequately address bias-based bullying of American Muslim students,” said Rachel Roberts, civil rights coordinator for CAIR’s Northern California offices. “We hope this report will shed light on the resources available to parents, teachers, and students in order to effectively and proactively address school bullying.”