Regarding the Georgia public school exercise that praises Islam and polygamy, about which we have written here and here, Pamela Geller has a great deal more here — including pages from the classroom material itself (one of which I have posted above; see more in larger versions at Atlas).
Free citizens must stand up against this. Please contact Ethan Hildreth, the superintendent of the Henry County School District, where this material is being used, and explain to him politely that a curriculum that promotes polygamy and veiling of women is demeaning to women and contradicts American notions of the equality of rights of all people, as well as Judeo-Christian notions of the equality of dignity of all people. Tell him that this flagrant advertising for Islam also effectively amounts to proselytizing, of a kind that would never be tolerated in public school material if the religion were Christianity.
UPDATE: Pamela Geller has much more new information here.