Muslim, Not Catholic, Parents Fight LGBT Indoctrination in Schools…

Muslim, Not Catholic, Parents Fight LGBT Indoctrination in Schools…

 

 


Sky News broadcast a segment on the “culture clash” in UK classrooms this morning, focusing on
the fact that the protest against the sympathetic portrayal of LGBT issues/same-sex “families” which began in Birmingham has now spread across England. Click here to read the Sky News report, and see small video clips. 

These good Muslim parents can expect no help from Catholics, sadly, because, according to a report emailed to Catholic Truth by one of our watchful readers south  of the border, the Bishops of England (with one exception) have welcomed the Government’s shocking new sex-education law which sees parental rights as the prime educators of their children over-ruled by Head Teachers.  Click here to read all about this disgraceful partnership with LGBT activists into which the Bishops have effectively entered. 

We know that not all parents are in a position to home-school – that’s understandable.  However, what possible excuse can any Catholic parent offer for standing on the sidelines as these ever new and ever worsening laws are passed which are clearly aimed at brainwashing children with the LGBT message that sexuality has nothing to do with morality, that the natural  moral law applies only to theft and killing, not to sexual activity – how can any Catholic parent sit back and allow their children to be told that families can be made up of two mummies and/or two daddies, and that God really doesn’t care as long as everybody is happy and “loves” everybody else. 

Apart from home-schooling, what can parents actually DO – should they be standing shoulder-to-shoulder beside the Muslim parents outside of schools and if not, why not.  And if not what SHOULD they be doing, because, clearly, they should be doing something to stop this brainwashing of innocent primary school children, which is effectively grooming them for a lifetime of what the Catechism of the Catholic Church describes as “acts of grave depravity”  adding that “Under no circumstances can they be approved.” (# 2357)

What right-minded parent, then, stands by while their children are being taught that “acts of grave depravity” can be approved, and more, that these acts of depravity must be tolerated and respected? 

For centuries, Catholic children were taught the general Christian rule of treating our neighbour as we would each wish to be treated ourselves. That “golden rule” applies to every person in creation no matter how badly they may behave.  We treat everyone with courtesy and respect, as human beings; but that does not, emphatically, mean that we may approve their behaviour. We can easily see that with regard to criminal behaviour, but it applies, also, to all behaviour which offends God, whether or not it is breaking a human or national law.  So, to repeat – what possible excuse can any Catholic parent offer to excuse their silence on the LGBT dominance in schools? 

Congratulations to the informed Muslim parents for taking counter-cultural action to protect their children.  But “congratulations” is not a sentiment that we may legitimately offer to Catholic parents today who are, in the main, going along with every immorality in the book.  So, what message SHOULD we sent to Catholic parents right now?  Printable suggestions only, please and thank you! 

Comments (86)

    • Margaret Mary Reply

      Wendy Walker95,

      I don’t think it can get any worse – THREE year olds, having sex change operations? Are these people totally mad?

      August 25, 2019 at 4:24 pm
  • wendywalker95 Reply

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    From Dr Katme
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    Joint statement of Muslim Scholars & Imams on LGBT row in schools
    Posted by: Letters to Islam21c in Campaigns, Current Affairs, Editorials, Europe, Latest, Opinion, Politics, UK 6 hours ago 0

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    Beliefs about “sexuality” and LGBT in particular have been the subject of news coverage recently, due to hundreds of Muslim parents in Birmingham protesting at the actions of their children’s school senior leadership.

    The United Kingdom is a multicultural society. The Muslim community is by no means the only community here, and while we encourage constructive, respectful debate of ideas, we condemn one community’s opinions and beliefs being forced upon others, no matter how big or small.

    We, the undersigned, are inheritors of a scholarly tradition which from its inception enshrined a methodology for ensuring peaceful coexistence of different peoples, customs, beliefs and even legal systems. Whether it was different religious minorities having judicial and civic autonomy, or different schools of thought among Muslims having overlapping jurisdictions, tolerating differing opinions to relative degrees is in the DNA of Muslim scholars, and something our wider society today would do well to learn from.

    One such thing we urge policy makers and executors to pay close attention to is the important distinction between facts and values. It is a fact to say that some people regard same-sex relationships as appropriate, due to their philosophical and moral views; and some people do not—just like it is a fact that some people regard eating meat to be appropriate and some do not. But to go beyond the facts into saying “It is OK and normal to…” is in the realm of values, which should not be imposed on people who disagree.

    The types of relationships a person or community regards as good or bad, appropriate or inappropriate, normal or abnormal, are not the result of hard facts, but a product of many interacting beliefs and cultural norms about, for example, the purpose of life, desires and impulses, and conceptions of love, among other things.

    Passionately believing in a cause or moral standpoint is one thing, but then enforcing it on others is unacceptable.

    There is a clear and unambiguous acceptance in law that the primary givers of philosophical, moral and ethical values to children are their parents. Schools—or anyone else for that matter—may only educate in these areas on behalf of the parents.

    When there is a conflict between the philosophical, moral or ethical positions of parents and teachers, schools must respect this and ensure teachers do not transgress the fact/value boundary mentioned above. This includes ideologically or socially-constructed norms which some may passionately believe to be universal facts whilst others do not—such as concerning “sexuality” or “gender”.

    It goes without saying that we likewise affirm the rights of those who disagree with our opinions to do so without fear of insult, bullying or any type of oppression whatsoever. However, we also expect the same in return—particularly not being subjected to state enforcement of values and philosophical convictions.

    We should respect and tolerate our differences, without the enforcing of some people’s positions on others, especially children.

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    Imam Suliman Gani, Purley Masjid
    Shaykh Haitham al-Haddad
    Mufti Amjad Mohammed, Bradford
    Shaykh Zahir Mahmood, As-Suffa Institute
    Imam Abdur-Rahman ibn Yusuf, Zamzam Academy
    Shaikh Tauqir Ishaq, Nuneaton
    Imam Abdullah Patel, Head teacher, Al-Ashraf Secondary School for Girls, Gloucester
    Imam Shakeel Begg, Lewisham Islamic Centre
    Imam Fakhrul Islam, Hockwell Ring Masjid, Luton
    Molana Sauban, Masjid Heera, Dewsbury
    Imam Dr Louay Al-Alousi (Abu Salam), Masjid-us-Sunnah Leicester
    Imam Abid Khan, Cheadle Mosque, Manchester
    Shaykh Salim Astewani, CMA, Manchester
    Shaykh Abu Umar, Didsbury Mosque, Manchester
    Imam Shah Talha Ahmed, Forest Gate Masjid
    Moulana Hayaat R. Khan, Bradford
    Shaykh Asif Mansoor Khan Al-Azhari, PGCE QTS BA BSc
    Abdul Wahhab – Darul Atfaal and Beacontree Masjid Headteacher
    Imam Abdul Mateen, London
    Maulana Shah Muaz Ahmed, Quwwatul Islam, London
    Imam Ahmed Desai, Masjid Quba Bradford
    M Younus Khan, Madina tul Ilm Academy
    Imam Abdul Hakim, Masjid Noor and Education Centre, Dewsbury
    Imam Mohammed Waseem, Masjid At Taqwa, Bradford
    Maulana Mohammed Farook Kazi, Al-Ansaar Welfare & Education, Preston
    Molana Sulayman Khan, Frizinghall, Bradford
    Hafiz Aziz Khan, Principal of Masjid Ibraheem & Education Centre, Bradford
    Imam Zahed Fettah, Wisdom Cultural and Islamic Centre, Birmingham
    Mufti Sufyan, myislaam.com
    Muhammad Mustaqeem Shah, Abu Bakr Trust, Walsall
    Shaykh Mahmud Mezhar, City Mosque, Preston
    Imam Ismail Bulbulia, Masjid Noor & Education Centre, Dewsbury
    Molana S. Munshi, Masjid Heera/Islamic Research Institute of GB, Dewsbury
    Shaykh Bilal Brown, Chaplain of Oldham Police Station, Member of Oldham SACRE, and teacher at Darul Hadis Latifiah NW
    Shaykh Ousman Annsary, Masjid Al Jannah
    Shaykh Shahrul Hussain, Ibn Rushd Centre of Excellence for Islamic Research
    Imam Khabbaab Ahmad, Al Hashim Academy, Batley
    Moulana Farook Raja, Al Hashim Academy, Batley
    Mufti Sajid Patel, Chadwell Heath
    Maulana Dawood Khan, London
    Imam Ilyaas H Limbada, Yeovil Islamic Centre
    Imam Kassim Essak, CJM Southall
    Imaam Arif Polli, Eldon St. Masjid, Preston
    Moulana Afrooz Ali, Al Hikmah Masjid & Learning Centre, Bradford
    Imam Ibrahim Suleman Badat, Purley Masjid, London
    Zaid Mohammed, Imam Central Masjid Rochdale
    Imam Abdullah Kola, Madina Masjid, Newcastle Upon Tyne
    Imam Shah Muhammed Anas, Zakariya Academy, London
    Molana imtiyaz, Masjid e Saliheen, Preston
    Imam Khubaeb Raja, Balham Mosque and Tooting Islamic Centre
    Imam Hamza Patel, Balham Mosque and Tooting Islamic Centre
    Maulana Naweed Sardar, Scunthorpe Central Mosque
    Imam Bilal Toorawa, MASJID-E-ANWAAR, Blackburn
    Imam Tehsin Abo Barirah, Bait-Ut-Tauheed, Dewsbury
    Imam Salmaan Patel, Kettering Muslim Association (KMA)
    Imam Ashfaq Rafiq Patel, Central Mosque Blackpool
    Imam Zakaullah Saleem, Green Lane Masjid, Birmingham
    Ustadha Marzuqa Karima, Ebrahim College
    Imam Umair Vohra, Purley Masjid
    Imam Safwaan Hussein, Battersea Mosque
    Molana Sauban, Masjid Heera, Dewsbury
    Shaykh Muhammad Yasir al-Ḥanafī, Aylesbury
    Imam Muhammed Anas, Forest Gate Masjid, London
    Maulana Muhammad Hasan, Al-Haqq Academy
    Yacoob Hafejee , Head Teacher Madrasah Taleemul Islam Manchester
    Mufti Shah Hamza The Fountain London E15
    Mufti Shuaib Mutala Academy London E13
    Maulana Moin Choudhury Iqra Academy Plaistow
    Maulana Hussain Ahmed Darus Sunnah E7
    Maulana Yousaf Baig, Dewsbury
    Moulana Khairul Huda Khan, Shahjalal Mosque, Manchester
    Maulana Abdul Kabir, Southall London, Head Teacher: CJM Madrassah & R.E School Teacher
    Imam Mustapha Azhar, Jamiah masjid and head teacher at Darut Taqwa, Accrington
    Imam Mohammad Karolia, Al Medinah Mosque, Brighton
    Imam Zaid Mohammed, Central Masjid Rochdale
    Maulana Muhammed Akib Hassan, Bradford
    Maulana Yusuf Mayat, Bradford
    Mufti Bilal Issak, Leicester
    Maulana Haroon Butt, Nottingham
    Maulana Mohammed Shoiab Patel, Dewsbury
    Maulana Ibrahim Patel, Dewsbury
    Maulana Ebrahim Diwan, Manchester
    Maulana Amin Sadiq, Imam Chingford, London.
    Maulana Mohammed Moreea – Imam – Walthamstow, London
    Maulana Adil Patel, Leytonstone, London
    Maulana Ammar Dana, Leicester
    Maulana Huzaifa Kolia, Imam, Walthamstow, London
    Maulana Zayd Mehtar, Imam, Walthamstow London
    Maulana Mohsin Ali, London
    Abbas Afzal, teacher Darul Uloom Muhammadiyyah, Wednesbury
    Imam Salim Ismail, Islamic Centre Upton Park
    Maulana Abdul Rehman Ghani, Birmingham
    Imam Muhammad Sadak, Chingford
    Maulana Abdullah Bhula, Bradford
    Maulana Suleman Collector, Headteacher, Cambridge Street School
    Moulana Abdullah Bham, Islamic Tutor Batley
    Moulana Muhammad Raees, Bradford
    Moulana Abdul Hafeez, Teacher of Quran
    Moulana Ahmed Bismillah, Imam Masjid Hidaya Keighley
    Moulana Ayyaz Iqbal, Teacher of Hadith and Tafseer Leeds
    Moulana Hafeezur Rahman, Bradford
    Maulana Suhail Patel, Bolton
    Maulana Mohammed Patel, Batley, Islamic teacher
    Moulana Mohammed Atiq, Leicester
    Imam Abdul Wahhab, Darul Atfaal, London
    Imam Ruhulamin Bapu, Preston, Madina Masjid
    Maulana Ata Muhammad, Imam Madina Masjid, Wolverhampton
    Hafiz Mehmood Ahmed, Quran Teacher, Wolverhampton
    Sheikh Wasim Kempson, London, Thewisemuslim.org
    Imam Mohammed Amin, Bradford
    Ustadh Ramiz Ibrahim, London
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    Also read:
    Stop “proselytising” LGBT ideology to pupils, demand parents

    Unscripted #6 | LGBT in Schools—why are Muslim parents protesting?

    August 28, 2019 at 10:08 am
    • RCAVictor Reply

      Wendy,

      “…we condemn one community’s opinions and beliefs being forced upon others, no matter how big or small.”

      In other words, these Muslim scholars condemn Sharia law….

      “…tolerating differing opinions to relative degrees is in the DNA of Muslim scholars.”

      But it certainly isn’t in the DNA of the rest of the Muslim world…

      “The types of relationships a person or community regards as good or bad, appropriate or inappropriate, normal or abnormal, are not the result of hard facts, but a product of many interacting beliefs and cultural norms…”

      In other words, there is no such thing as objective truth, especially objective moral truth…

      Welcome to the world of Muslim relativism – which , i strongly suspect, is a fake veneer to disarm the infidels.

      September 15, 2019 at 7:09 pm
  • wendywalker95 Reply

    https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1174004/LGBT-teaching-primary-school-children-same-sex-families..they say 60 % agree lots of letters to D EXPRESS please thank you

    September 5, 2019 at 1:56 pm
  • wendywalker95 Reply September 27, 2019 at 12:16 pm
  • wendywalker95 Reply October 23, 2019 at 10:16 am
  • wendywalker95 Reply

    Soon no one who has an opposing view to the Loony Left nightmarish World will be able to utter it …..we will all be ringfenced and gagged ..absolutely horrific ..that is why we must keep speaking up

    October 23, 2019 at 10:18 am
  • editor Reply

    The link below leads to a report on Church Militant (I know, I know… hang on, there IS a very good reason…)
    https://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/uk-catholic-schools-use-lgbt-curriculum

    I will also post it on the thread entitled English Bishops STEEPED in Evil… and on the current [November, 2019] thread on Catholic Schools debate in Scottish Parliament. As you will see when you read the above report, shockingly this programme has been welcomed into Catholic schools in England as well.

    Confession time… apart from the report offering excellent coverage of the issues, the author, Dr Jules Gomes, quotes (drum roll)… Catholic Truth !

    So, c’mon – I had to break my self-imposed ban… didn’t I ? 😀

    November 29, 2019 at 7:58 pm
  • Nicky Reply

    That report brings more shame on Catholic parents who are allowing this same brainwashing to go on in Catholic schools while the Muslim parents are putting up a fight. In a very short time, Catholics have lost the faith and their moral compass as well. Shame on them. The examples of how this is affecting the kids, are evidence that the LGBT+ crowd know exactly what they are doing.

    November 30, 2019 at 12:05 pm
  • wendywalker95 Reply

    https://www.citizengo.org/en-gb/fm/175511-reject-lgbt-teaching-primary-schools?dr=64694:………Please sign and share very urgent please ….

    January 31, 2020 at 10:03 am

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