The Islamic Education Center of Houston (YouTube/MEMRI)

Cub scouts in Houston are likely being indoctrinated with radical Islamist values, including support for Iran and hatred for Israel and America. This must be stopped!

The Islamic Education Center (IEC) of Houston has launched a chartered Cub Scout troop that is officially under the auspices of the Boy Scouts of America, reports the Clarion Project, a Washington-based non-profit organization that monitors radical Islamic activity.

The IEC, a Shiite mosque with a history of extremism, got its “Al Qasim” Cub Scouts program off the ground on July 24th, 2019.

A disturbing Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) video, filmed in February, features boys at the IEC celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution and singing praises for Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ai Khamenei.

In the video, a 10th-grader addresses a group in support of the Islamic Revolution in Iran and against U.S. policy in support of Israel.

Members of the audience shout: “Away with the humiliation!” and “Allah is Great! [Iranian Islamic leader] Khamanei is our leader!”

The children also celebrate the warriors of the 7th-century Battle of Khaybar, in which Moslems attacked and destroyed the Jewish community in northern Arabia.

It is concerning that the IEC, which is clearly indoctrinating youth with anti-American and anti-Semitic values, apparently will now have an opportunity to enhance its agenda under the auspices of the respected Boy Scouts of America.

The Boy Scouts of America “provides the nation’s foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training, which helps young people be prepared for life,” the organization’s website says. They should be made aware of what’s happening in Houston and put an end to it!

American youth are being indoctrinated with radical Islamist ideals! This MUST be stopped. We need YOUR Help. Demand an investigation from the Boy Scouts Organization!

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