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The Czech government has approved a new project funded by the US State Department, which is trying to promote Islam to Czech public school children and convert them across the country and other European countries, such as France and Spain.

The project which is called Muslims in the Eyes of Czech Schoolchildren is being financed with American taxes from a grant the US Embassy in Prague gave them.

According to the group, the Czech Ministry of Education has given permission to Muslims in the Eyes of Czech Schoolchildren to hold pro-Muslim lectures and seminars aimed at “teaching Czech school children about Islamic beliefs and practices” and at “fighting stereotypes and prejudices about Muslims.”

One lecture answers questions such as: “What makes a young Czech woman want to become a Muslim?”, “It is the main motive always falling in love with a Muslim man or are there other reasons?”, and “How does one convert to Islam?”.

The group recently had a promotional advert, saying it would pay 250 korunas (about $13 dollars) to teenage students who attended a two-hour presentation about Islam.

The group also wants to re-write school textbooks making sure there is “accuracy of the information about Islam in Czech textbooks”, the group’s website says.

The second step, they write, is to put programs in place that will “acquaint both pupils and teachers with Islam and Muslims” helping them to develop better “critical reception skills”.

Or in other words “re-education” – teaching people what to they should and should not think.

Lukas Lhot’an, a former Muslim, wrote a book called Islam and Islamism that describes how some Muslims are taking advantage of multicultural policies to convert Europe to Islam.

Muslims have tried to ban the book, filing a 10 page criminal complaint on the grounds that it offends them.

Muslims make around 0.1% (about 10,000 out of 10.4 million people) of the Czech Republic, but it is quickly growing – increasing by 2000% since 1991.

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