A Houston Muslim advocacy group has demanded the disciplining of a Richmond high school teacher for allegedly distributing material to students that the group called "virulently anti-Muslim."
Mustafaa Carroll, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, Wednesday said the material was distributed in a senior economics class at Richmond's Foster High School. The Lamar Consolidated School District could not be immediately reached Wednesday morning concerning the incident.
Carroll said the eight-page handout contains material that apparently originated on an anti-Muslim Web site. "That stuff is all over the Internet," he said (see full document).