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John Wood is taking on the administrators of his daughter’s school because they refused to let her opt out of Islamic indoctrination. (Thomas More Law Center)

The Thomas More Law Center (TMLC) today announced its representation of John Kevin Wood, and his wife, Melissa, in their battle with La Plata High School in Maryland over the Islamic indoctrination of their 11th-grade daughter in her World History class. Their daughter was required to complete assignments where she had to affirm that “There is no god but Allah” and the other Five Pillars of Islam. 

The case gained national attention when the school banned John Wood from entering school property after he objected to the religion of Islam being taught in his daughter’s history class and demanded that she be given an alternative assignment. The school refused.

Wood, a former Marine who served in Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm and lost friends in that action, saw firsthand the destruction caused in the name of Allah and that Islam is not “a religion of peace;” and he would not budge from his position. 

The Thomas More Law Center is a national public-interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. TMLC Senior Trial Counsel, Erin Mersino, and Maryland attorney, Michael F. Smith of The Smith Appellate Law Firm, represent the Wood family. Yesterday they filed a request for records relating to the case under Maryland’s Public Information Act.

On Oct. 22, 2014, John Wood discovered that his daughter was being forced to repeat religious tenets of Islam as a part of her World History class assignment. She was required to write how the prophet Muhammad was visited by the angel Gabriel and preached that there is only one true god, who is Allah. The assignment made her write that Mohammad is the messenger of Allah and that the Quran is holy text.

Written by Catherine McMillan
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7 thoughts on “Marine Dad Takes Stand After Daughter Gets ‘F’ for Refusing Islamic Indoctrination”
  1. Okay, I have to admit. If his daughter was made to these things in a PUBLIC school then the school was wrong and he should be suing. If Christianity cannot be taught in the same manner then sure as heck no other religion should be taught this way. Teaching kids about other cultures and religions is one thing. Making them say the religious tenets out loud is something else entirely in my opinion.

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