A commenter left the following at my blog article "Did You Know?" This list is not exhaustive, but it's a start. I'd like all anti-dhimmituders to think about my proposal at the end of the quoted comment, which is in blocked-quotation format below, the only edits being enabled links:
Houghton Mifflin publishes the school texts in question - a specific instance can be read at Daniel Pipes weblog - here
And further discussion about that particular school district's issues were followed with intensity at a blog called "the tears of things" here
The subversion of our children's education through manipulative and deceptive texts must be tackled once and for all.
As for CAIR . . .I visited their website today and noticed that there is a provision on their homepage for 'adopting a library'. This action must be countered with a similar 'adopt a library' program , by providing each of our library's a stack of books by Robert Spencer, Ibn Warraq, Bat Ye'or, as well as some of the many books recommended by Hugh Fitzgerald - such as:
The Koran Its Composition and Teaching and the Testimony It Bears to the Holy Scriptures
Author: Sir William Muir
Publish Date: 9/1/2004
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing
Mohammed - D.S. Margoliouth
Publisher: Gibson Pr
Relations Between Arabs and Israelis Prior to the Rise of Islam - D.S. Margoliouth (Paperback, 1921)
Mohammedanism - Christian S. Hurgronje (Hardcover, Reprint, 1981)
Publisher: Gibson Pr
Mekka in the Latter Part of the 19th Century - C. Snouck Hurgronje (Hardcover, 1997)
Publisher: Brill Academic Pub
The Legacy of Islam - Joseph Schacht (Hardcover, 1975)
Publisher: Oxford Univ Pr
Mohammed and the Rise of Islam - David S. Margoliouth (Paperback, 2003)
Publisher: Ams Pr
Islam and the Psychology of the Musulman. Translated By A. S. Moss-Blundell. With a Preface By Louis Bertrand
And if we can find a way to get this translated into a new publication:
Les Arabes et les Berberes w/ subtitle: La Berberie est un pays europeen
Le Statut Legal de Musulmans en Pays' d'Islam
The author of the e-letter "Did You Know?" has been concerned that our communications and efforts amount to nothing more "preaching to the choir." I, however, have always felt that catharisis is an important undertaking for maintaining my sanity, and the blogosphere affords me that opportunity.
But what about another opportunity? Can we infidels of all persuasions organize a book-donation program? Can we some of us infidels adopt a library, similar to what CAIR does?
Those of us who "get it" are providing valuable moral support to one another. And I love blogging! I would like to reach more people, however. I think that the adopt-a-library program might be one avenue which we can pursue. And donations to institutions such as libraries are tax deductible, too!
I've already reserved a blog site, specifically for the purpose of listing the above materials and other materials as well. This blog site could be a valuable clearing-house for such a book-donation project. But I can't organize and maintain this project all by myself.
Readers, input please!