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Get ready for a Liberal ride while throwing history under the school-bus.
n Jan. 3, the U.S. military carried out a drone attack in Iraq. The attack killed Qasem Soleimani, a top military leader from Iran...
The situation is dominating the news, and children who hear about it are likely to have lots of questions. We realize this is a difficult topic to explain to kids. TIME for Kids is here to help. The guide below offers talking points for how to answer questions about this tough topic.
Did TIME also include mourning was obligatory? Nope.
How has Iran responded following Soleimani’s death? Iran has called for three days of national mourning. Thousands of people gathered in the streets of Iran’s capital, Tehran, to protest Soleimani’s killing.
originally posted by: crayzeed
a reply to: silo13
Talk to your kids about Iran?????? You've got a funny sense of child rearing. NO, NO, NO.
Tell your kids "go out and play", teach your kids how to fish, Talk to your kids about life and how to live it. NOT teach your kids about religious or political BS. That's the Muslim way, send your kids to the Madaris when they are little children. Get indoctrinated early.
Hitler said "give me the child and I'll give you the man".
originally posted by: projectvxn
My kids are 4 and 6. They do not have the knowledge to contextualize this, therefore I do not speak with my kids about war, politics, or religion, nor do I use my children as cudgels to beat others with my opinions without fear of criticism.
It would be nice if everyone, including the righties I typically side with these days, would do the same.