Sunday, November 2, 2014


Ex-Marine Banned From Daughter's School After He Complained About Her Islam Homework 

Kevin & Melissa Woods / Daily Mail
David McCormack, Oct. 30, 2014, Daily Mail

A former Marine has been banned from his daughter’s school in Maryland after he took issue with her homework assignment on Islam.

Kevin Woods was angered after he found his daughter, an 11th grade student at La Plata High School, had been given a three page exercise last Wednesday that examined Islam’s five pillars.

Woods and his wife Melissa asked the school to give their daughter an alternative assignment, but were told that she either do the assignment or receive a zero grade.

‘We’re not teaching religion, we’re teaching world history,’ school spokesperson Katie O’Malley-Simpson told Fox News.

She alleges that Wood was threatening to cause a disruption, which is why he was issued a no-trespass order last Thursday after a telephone call with the school’s vice principal Shannon Morris.

‘I told her straight up “you could take that Muslim-loving piece of paper and shove it up your white a**,’” Kevin Wood told SoMd

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