Australia: Muslim leaders tell children to turn off Peppa Pig for ‘Islamic promoting’ alternative


Move over, Peppa Pig! It’s time for Islamic indoctrination, kids, so stay away from corrupted Westerners and learn about the beauty of the ummah:

Sheikh Shady Alsuleiman helped start a fundraising campaign to tell the story of the Abdullah family in the small town of Barakah Hills, an area with a mostly Muslim population.

This fictional Islamic paradise town is a subtle promotion of anti-assimilation, Islamic enclaves and no-go zones!

The chief Muslim grievance against Peppa Pig: Islam considers pigs to be haram, and Islamic supremacists are well known to reference Jews as “apes and pigs,” as per the Qur’an (2:63-65, 5:59-60, 7:166).

Recently in France, Muslims brutally attacked a couple for ordering ham on their pizza, and in Switzerland, Basel schools dropped pork from the lunch menu to avoid offending Muslims.

So it’s little wonder that Peppa Pig would be rejected by the Australian National Imams Council.

“Muslim leaders tell children to turn off Peppa Pig for ‘Islamic promoting’ alternative”, by Charles Bayliss, UK Express, December 8, 2016:

The Australian National Imams Council (ANIC) want children to switch over and watch a show which promotes the “principles, ethics and values” of Islam.

The council is supporting One4Kids, a Sydney-based production company which makes Islamic kids shows, including Barakah Hills – which has been billed as the Muslim alternative for the hit TV show Peppa Pig.

Sheikh Shady Alsuleiman helped start a fundraising campaign to tell the story of the Abdullah family in the small town of Barakah Hills, an area with a mostly Muslim population.

The programme is labelled as “one of our many Peppa Pig alternatives”.

The One4Kids Facebook post added: “Barakah Hills represents an ideal Muslim community and is targeted to a post-toddler, pre-school demographic of children.

“The show’s main objective is to show children what it is like to be a practising Muslim as well as a good citizen in their community.

“Children will learn everything from how to have good manners, to how to get actively involved with community projects.”

One user commented that Peppa Pig was “very rude” and attacked the shows “moral values”……

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