Rabia Afghani – Teacher of Jihad at Orange Crescent School Allegedly Celebrated the Death of Americans

Meet Rabia Afghani of Anaheim, CA.

She was an Islamic Studies teacher at Muzammil Siddiqi’s Islamic school – Orange Crescent School located in Garden Grove, CA from the 1980s all the way into the early 2000s.

She allegedly would teach children:

  • Celebrated the death of Americans in 1989 when the Golden Gate Bridge Collapsed
  • Hatred for non-Muslims
  • Dying for Islam Will Lead to Heaven and Virgins
  • That Girls Who Do Not Wear a Head Scarf Will Be Strangled In Hell By Allah
  • Threatened to throw children out of windows for “not paying attention”.

If you read our article on Islamic children’s books, we showed you what My Book of Islam teaches. It turns out that Orange Crescent School and Rabia Afghani used this same exact book. Let’s remind you of the content of this book:




A student violated and indoctrinated by her contacted her on Facebook and gave her a piece of his mind, calling Rabia Afghani out on her disgusting views and actions – below she gets called out for celebrating the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake:

And here are a few other messages she received calling her out on her behavior and evil teachings:


In case you weren’t born or didn’t know how big this event was, here is a video of the event as it happened:

Now abuse and alarming teachings are nothing new.

Below is a screen shot from a chat in which former Orange Crescent School teacher Virginia Isom talks about how the TEACHERS AND STAFF were ALARMINGLY UNPROFESSIONAL:

And here is former principal Karen Selby talking about how the school was run by violent religious men and women:

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