A U.S. Marine veteran has gone to court asking a judge to overturn a school’s decision to banish him from a public school campus because he objected to the Islam indoctrination to which his daughter was subjected.   The fight has been going on since 2014, but John Kevin Wood said the issue has become urgent because this is his daughter’s last semester and he doesn’t want to be deprived of the opportunity to be at her graduation events and ceremony.

The Thomas More Law Center said on Monday it filed a motion for a preliminary injunction that would overturn the school’s ban. The motion for the preliminary injunction that would block the school’s ongoing banishment explains the school deprived Wood of meaningful involvement in the direction of his daughter’s education because the no-trespass order prevented him from speaking at parent meeting in violation of the First Amendment. READ MORE