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Goodbye Heinrich, Hello Mehmet: Schoolbook angers parents


The German names are gone. Now it’s Mehmet’s Way to School, showing only a mosque (Moschee). There are no churches in cities and towns (and no synagogues, G-d forbid). Only mosques. Parents (non-Muslims) are angry. But it won’t do a bit of good.
Google translate:

Mehmet and the mosque: schoolbook angered parents

By Krone, March 31, 2017:

The schoolbook “Lesen mit Sinn” (“reading with meaning”) for Volksschüler provides for violent discussions in Vienna. Only a mosque, but no church, is shown in the lesson. Many parents as well as the FPÖ responded with strong criticism.

Church missing,

The schoolbook “Lesen mit Sinn” (“reading with meaning”) for Volksschüler provides for violent discussions in Vienna. Only a mosque, but no church, is shown in the lesson. Many parents as well as the FPÖ responded with strong criticism.

How does Mehmet go to school? The children of a Viennese school (and other educational institutions) were confronted with this question. In the book “Lesen mit Sinn” the little ones are allowed to follow the boy’s path. Some parents were quite taken aback: the fact that only one mosque is depicted in the picture (next to the cinema, the playground and the hospital) is not exactly an example of successful integration.
Mehmets Welt: eine Moschee, keine Kirche (Bild: Bildungsverlag EINS)
Mehmet’s world: a mosque, not a church
Photo: Educational publishing house EINS
Das Schulbuch “Lesen mit Sinn” für Volksschüler sorgt für Wirbel (Bild: Bildungsverlag EINS)
The schoolbook “Lesen mit Sinn” (“Reading with Sense”) for Volksschüler makes for a change
Photo: Educational publishing house EINS

Stadtschulrat: “Ministry responsible for books”

Demand at the Vienna City Council: Would not there have been a church in Mehmet’s world? Answer: “The Ministry of Education is responsible for books; a schoolbook committee is responsible for the works.” There was no explanation from the Ministry of Education despite the request.

Gudenus: “No wonder integration does not work”

Vienna’s vice-mayor, Johann Gudenus from the FPÖ is angry: “Children are clearly suggested with such drawings that mosques cultivate our cityscape, not churches, if one understands something like integration, it is no wonder that it does not work required.”

FPÖ-Vizebürgermeister Gudenus (Bild: Peter Tomschi)
FPÖ Deputy Mayor of Gudenus
Photo: Peter Tomschi

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