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Woke Virginia school board member who branded Iwo Jima ‘evil’ voted against 9/11 tribute and urged lessons about attacks to avoid using terms ‘radical Islamic terrorism’ and ‘jihadist’ over fears of Islamophobia

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A Virginia school board member who stirred controversy for refusing to support a 9/11 tribute also wanted to ban terms like ‘radical Islamic terror’ and ‘jihadists’ from classes about the terror attacks, it has emerged, Your Content has learned.

Abrar Omeish, 28, said teachers should use a ‘culturally responsive’ guide that doesn’t ‘explore the definition of terrorism’ when informing children about 9/11.

Recommended guide says the word terrorism is ‘often used in a biased manner’

Omeish voted against a tribute to 9/11 victims last year and also drew criticism for claiming the WWII Battle of Iwo Jima was ‘evil,‘according to FLIPBOARD.

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