Public School Does Something Horrible When Marine Dad Objects to Daughter’s Mandatory Islam Assignment
When a Marine Corps veteran objected to a mandatory Islam assignment that was given to his daughter, he was banned from the school.
Kevin Wood, a Marine Corps veteran who fought and lost friends in Iraq, says he complained to school officials at La Plata High School in Maryland after his daughter was given a mandatory homework assignment about the religion of Islam. However, his request for an alternate assignment was denied and he was reportedly banned from his daughter’s school entirely.
The assignment in question reportedly required 11th grade students to write a three-page essay about the “five pillars” of Islam, Mecca and Mohammed.
“I don’t agree with it,” Wood told Fox News in a phone interview. “You can’t study God or Christianity in school. You’ve got atheist suing schools for saying ‘God’ in the pledge and not being able to say prayers before football games, but we can force-feed our kids Islam.”
If Wood’s daughter is not given an alternate assignment, she will simply take an “F.”