The Barrow County Sheriff's Office is hosting a course on "Islam in America," but its description has raised concern from a Muslim civil rights and advocacy group.
The March 8 training course will taught by former Woodstock Police Department Chief David Bores and is open to law enforcement and the faith community.
The curriculum includes "Muslim Brotherhood, Ideology, Challenges to LE and our Constitution."
"This course is to learn the jihadist enemy," according to a description of the course. "How they define themselves by documents and social media, the historical basis to justify their actions, and their inspirations. This course also covers the Grand Jihad to eliminate America by terrorist acts and subversive acts under the Muslim Brotherhood."