The Houston chapter for the Council on American-Islamic Relations called district officials to discipline the teacher last week upon discovering his class handouts included statements like this:
"Muhammad posed as a prophet. . .Both Jesus and Paul warned that after they were gone many false prophets would come. Muhammad is simply one of them. . ."
"Islam is more of an ideology than a religion. It is also an ideology of war. . ."
"[Islam forces] its ideology on cultures and ultimately on the world through propaganda, subversion, and even physical force when it is deemed necessary, one area of the world at a time."
"You will either give into their demands recognizing Islam's 'noble' rule, you will become a Muslim yourself, or you will die."
"[Muslims believe] All governments - except Islam - should be overthrown."
". . .everyone will be brought under the yoke of Islam, willingly or unwillingly."
". . .even though generally Islamic followers will say that they 'believe' in Jesus and respect Him and the Bible, in fact, neither is really true."