Many people from different faiths are speaking out against inappropriate materials and leftist indoctrination being taught in the Michigan school system.
It was reported that the Christians spoke out against sexually explicit content in LGBTQ books and then “rallied the significant Muslim population” to join them.
Imam Sayed Hassan Al-Qazwini of the Islamic Institute of America said, “Some of those books are completely inappropriate for our children to read. Some of those books promote pornography. Some of them promote homosexuality. We don’t need this.”
Hundreds of people attended a school board meeting and attempted to discuss the materials that were taught to the students.
The school district said, “Despite the large crowd on Monday, the regular board meeting initially proceeded in an orderly fashion. Some of those who came for the meeting used overflow rooms set up to accommodate the large crowd. However, after about 80 minutes, when the time came to begin public comments, many of the hundreds of people in attendance began yelling about the three-minute time restriction and the request that many of those not planning to submit public comments leave the packed room to bring it back within the fire code limits.”
Protesters had signs that said, “Keep your porno books to yourself,” “If democracy matters, we’re the majority,” and “Protect the children.”
Activist Hassan Aoun said the school district “disrespected” those who attended. He responded by leading chants of “Vote them out!”
The meeting was postponed due to the crowd and lack of control.
Christian and Muslim parents have joined forces to protest a Dearborn Public Schools meeting in Michigan to protest the inclusion of "woke" LGBTQ+ books in schools that contain sexually explicit material. pic.twitter.com/5G0lz9Os8O
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The school board responded to the signs by banning protesters from being able to bring posters to the meeting that is set for tomorrow. The Detroit Free press claimed that “some of the posters and signs included homophobic and derogatory remarks toward gay people in English and Arabic, using Christian and Islamic references.”
The school board claimed that it shut the meeting down because the people in attendance were violating the fire code.