An Islamic woman who teaches preschool in South Arlington TX was fired for extremely hateful and anti-Semitic remarks on her Facebook and Twitter pages.

From WND:

Nancy Salem taught preschoolers at the Children’s Courtyard in South Arlington. She is also an activist with Students for Justice in Palestine at the University of Texas, Arlington, according to campus watchdog group Canary Mission. Salem also supports the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement, or BDS, which is an anti-Israel movement that advocates severing global economic relations with the Jewish state.

Salem also reportedly tweeted the following in 2013 and 2014 from her now-deleted Twitter account, according to Canary Mission:
“@DictatorHitler: Gassed a Jew, I’m sweating #Heil’ OMG.”
“Have a safe trip Lulu. I love you baby girl! See you in 3 weeks! Kiss the Palestine ground for me and kill some jews! ❤ #IMissYouAlready.”


“‘How was the copper wire invented? They threw a penny between two Jews.’ LOLACHAUST.”


“@hanansalemxo: I hate Makki more than I hate Israeli Jews and math combined.”


“Some of the signs I made for the protest.” Salem’s tweet showed photos of signs that read: “Israel Is Real Terrorism.” “Dear USA, your 9/11 is our 24/7,” and another sign accusing Israel of apartheid.


“I can’t wait for the day America stops being Israel’s little lap dog and wakes up. #BigDreams #Inshallah.”


“@Nihad909 anything is better than Israel. But nothing is better than Palestine. #PaliPride.”


“Hamas is actually defending our people unlike the Israeli army who will kill anyone.”

Parents were obviously outraged and flooded the Schools Facebook page demanding she be fired. The school thankfully did indeed fire Ms Salem.

Additionally, WND reports that she is tied to Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement, or BDS, an anti-Israel group that advocates eliminating all relations with the Jewish state.

This is another example of how Islam hates other religions and cultures. One more reason to close the door and stop allowing these cultures to enter our communities and more importantly, our school systems.