Parents in Williamson County, Tennessee are asking school district officials there to re-think their curriculum after accusations that one particular lesson from a textbook is incorrect and anti-Semitic.
A local TV station says it came from this book used in a high school human geography class.
Parent Hugh Nemets says the book defines Hamas and Hezbollah as political parties while the State Department lists them as terrorist organizations.
He says the textbook has messages of anti-Semitism and poses this question to students -- quote -- "If a Palestinian suicide bomber kills several dozen Israeli teenagers in a Jerusalem restaurant, is that an act of terrorism or wartime retaliation against Israeli government policies and army actions?"
Nemets says that lesson -- quote -- "smells of anti-Semitism"-- and opens the door to legitimizing terror.
Last week, several parents expressed their concerns to the school board.
A school spokesperson tells Fox News, any formal complaints must be submitted in writing and, so far, that has not happened.