Watch What These Little Girls Were FORCED To Do At A Mosque Field Trip — It Was All Caught On VIDEO!

A video emerged online showing young children being taught how to pray in Islam. They were primary school students in the Netherlands who took a class trip to a local mosque. Local media noted the mosque was the Ghulzar e Madina mosque. Located directly in Zwolle who had previously been visited by radical Pakistani preachers.

One of those radicals was M Anas Noorani Siddiqui. In the past, he promoted the death penalty for those who insult the prophet Muhammad. As well as calling non-Islamic Dutch citizens dogs who behave like b******. The video shows the imam of the mosque explaining to the kid how Muslims pray. Boys and girls were separated on different sides of the room.

Most of the kids were considered to be Christians and they were instructed to place their elbows on the ground and put their hands close to their ears. It is alleged that the video is a year old. However, a Dutch MP found I think and argued that schools should stop partaking in politically correct activities.

64-year-old Harm Beertema who is an MP for the far-right party, Party For Freedom, vociferously denounced these mosque school trips. She publically called for parents to boycott these mosque visits. He said,

Refuse to allow your child to participate in such ‘away-with-our-culture’ excursions. You are deciding, not the school.”

People have begun sharing it all over the internet and sharing their own stories of how schools have tried to push their liberally progressive and politically correct agenda onto others. Namely inside the school system. Which is wrong. There is supposed to be a separation of church and state. These types of ideologies should not be taught within the school system. But instead inside the homes of the students of parents who choose to teach that.

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