A New Jersey middle school that caught flak last year for requiring students to watch videos on Islam was hit Tuesday with a federal complaint.

Represented by the Thomas More Law Center, parent Libby Hilsenrath says a teacher assigned her 12-year-old's seventh-grade class at Chatham Middle School to watch two videos at home with proselytizing messages.

The first video, "Intro to Islam," is set to a musical version of a poem that describes "Christians and Jews as 'infidels' and prais[es] Muhammad in gruesome detail for slaughtering them," according to the complaint.

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