School Posts ‘Jesus: Kill All Infidels’ Poster in Front Lobby (Video)

Only in California.
An elementary school in Fresno has a “Jesus: Kill all infidels” poster hanging in the lobby.
(Because we’ve all read about how those Christians have been on a non-stop killing spree the past few years.)

ABC30 reported, via FOX Nation:

A student-drawn picture posted inside a Fresno Unified school is sparking debate over whether it’s sacrilegious or just a harmless classroom assignment.

The picture is on display in the lobby of Hamilton Elementary School in Central Fresno. It depicts Jesus with the caption, “I want you to kill all infidels.” The term infidel comes from ancient history and was used to describe people who had no faith. The picture was created by a seventh grade student as part of a history assignment.

“The picture itself I feel goes against everything Christianity stands for.”

In the picture, you can see a man wearing a Jesus name tag, with the caption, “I want you to kill all infidels.” Below, the phrases: “meet me in Jerusalem” and “get a free ticket to heaven.” The artwork is one of several drawings in a display case inside the main lobby at Hamilton Elementary.

Parent, Chris Alfaro said, “I do believe common sense tells you, hey this may not be appropriate for a k through 8 school, right in the main lobby where each child passes on their way to school and home.” Chris Alfaro is Christian and has a second-grade daughter at Hamilton. His wife first noticed the drawing in early March. But according to him, when she called the office to complain, no one made an effort to address her concerns. He claims, “The aide said something along the lines of I’ll see what I can do, and then hung up the phone.”

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