Colorado: Muslim on jihad against principal who stopped unapproved Islamic dawah to 3rd graders

Dawah to third graders. Forcing Islam on American school children any way they can. An outrage.

Father’s Ramadan presentation at Louisville’s Coal Creek Elementary prompts dispute

Seyitriza Tigrek, whose son is a third-grader at Louisville s Coal Creek Elementary, distributed these fliers after the principal interrupted his classroom presentation on Ramadan. ( COAL CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL )

The father of a third-grader at Louisville’s Coal Creek Elementary wants the school district to punish the school’s principal for interrupting a presentation he was giving to his son’s class about the Islamic religion.

Seyitriza Tigrek distributed fliers after school this week to Coal Creek parents asking for feedback on the principal and the Boulder Valley School District’s response “regarding his mistakes.”

Tigrek’s complaints stem from a September incident when he asked his son’s teacher if he could make a presentation about Islam to the class. His third-grader, Muhammed, is Muslim and was feeling uncomfortable about fasting during Ramadan because his classmates didn’t understand his religion, according to Tigrek.

The goal of the presentation was not to proselytize, or win converts, but just to help the students understand that there was no need to treat Muhammed differently because of his fasting and his name,” Tigrek’s attorney, Philip Bienvenu, wrote in a letter to Superintendent Chris King and school board members.

Boulder Valley officials said Principal John Kiemele did nothing wrong by interrupting Tigrek’s presentation, which he knew nothing about.

“Mr. Kiemele’s recollection of events is vastly different than Mr. Tigrek’s,” Boulder Valley attorney Melissa Mequi said.

Tigrek said he started his presentation by talking about how people in the Arab culture name their children after religious figures — like Abraham and Mary. At that point, he said, Kiemele walked into the classroom, overheard the discussion, interrupted and “ordered Mr. Tigrek to leave.”

“Mr. Tigrek knows there is anti-Islamic bias present in some of American society since the 9/11 bombings,” Bienvenu wrote. “Mr. Kiemele’s attitude is exactly the kind of xenophobia that should not be part of the education of American children.”

According to the school district’s lawyer, Kiemele walked into the classroom during the presentation and asked to speak to Tigrek and the teacher in the hall after hearing a reference to Abraham. Kiemele said he wanted to review the presentation before it was delivered to the class, but Tigrek “seemed to want to argue,” so Kiemele asked him to make an appointment to have the content of the presentation reviewed.

Because Kiemele knew nothing of the presentation and has a “constitutional obligation to ensure that the school district does not endorse any particular religion,” Mequi said, he felt it best to stop the discussion.

“Mr. Kiemele’s approach to the situation is entirely consistent with what the school district expects of a school principal,” Mequi wrote in a letter to Tigrek’s attorney. “A school principal has an obligation to all the students and parents to uphold ‘the separation of church and state.'”

She went on to write that the district is “very concerned by the inflammatory rhetoric and, frankly, defamatory remarks contained not only in your letter, but apparently being uttered by Mr. Tigrek to other Coal Creek Elementary parents.”

Still, Mequi said, Mr. Kiemele remains “very open” to meeting with Mr. Tigrek in an attempt to repair their relationship.

Tigrek told the Camera he has no interest in sitting down and talking with a man who will not admit his error. He said Kiemele has yet to explain what he heard that “presented some danger to students or was in some way objectionable.”

Because Tigrek feels the district is ignoring his concerns, he said he’s decided to take action — asking parents and teachers whether they’ve had similar problems and distributing fliers this week outside the elementary. On Tuesday, after Tigrek distributed fliers for the first time, Mequi sent him an e-mail warning him to stop or “the district has the legal right to restrict your access to school district property.”

Tigrek’s attorney responded to say the fliers were not defamatory, and only distributed off of school property.

Tigrek returned to the school Wednesday and snapped photos of security officers stationed there, prompting complaints from parents, according to the school district.

In an e-mail Thursday, Principal Kiemele told Mequi, the school district’s attorney, that if Tigrek’s goal is to “get me fired .. then his intent is destructive, and I would need your assistance.”

Mequi said the district could restrict the father’s access to the school.

“But no decision has been made,” she said. “I’m hoping the summer break will be a cooling-off period.” ~END

Good luck with that. 1400 years, and jihad is heating up, not cooling off. Email in the image above – feel free to voice your opinion in an appropriate and responsible manner.

9 thoughts on “Colorado: Muslim on jihad against principal who stopped unapproved Islamic dawah to 3rd graders

  1. Hmmm. I wonder how well he would handle a father explaining their Jewish or Christian reasons for naming their child or the importance of passover, or Easter.
    Hell, lets talk about Elijah, Paul and Peter too. Need to get some religious understanding in school instead of learning our math lessons.

    So, for every half an hour he delivers his religious talk, he has to deal with a half hour of every other religion that wants to do their bit.

    Fair is fair.

  2. My bottom line:I don’t have kids,but if I did,I’d say no religious teachings of any nature.That’s my job as the parent.This schmuck can teach whatever he wants in his own home,to his own children.But he has no rights to say anything of a religious nature to my child.I’d tell him this,too.I’ll be polite at first,but whether shit gets ugly is up to him.Best leave me and my family alone.

  3. I like to keep in touch to know about muslim movement in the USA and UK.

    I am christian from pakistian and fear for other christians in muslims country fear for life.

    We need to ask LORD JESUS to for give us.

  4. His actions are completely in line with the bigotted teaching of the “profit” Muhammad. We Kafir just don’t know the errors of our ways. What a small, petty, barbarous people (don’t you just love Peter O’Toole in Lawrence of Arabia). I’d like to hear him defend the treatment of Christians in Muslim Pakistan.

  5. We live in a Christian society, so teach Christian values!
    Islam can teach their religion in their mosques or at home.
    Religion needs to stay private!

  6. i dont want ANY religion taught in the school.

    The principal was right to break it up.

    we teach our kids our religion at home.

  7. This publication is incorrect. There is no Coal Creek Elementary school in Louisville, Ky. The Superintendant of our local school system is not Chris King, it is Sheldon Berman. I understand your posting, but please, don’t post something with the totally wrong information. Thank you.

    • No, the publication is correct, your presumption is wrong.

      The school exists in Louisville, Colorado.

      The post title has been changed to avoid any further confusion.

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