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The FBI is currently taking orders on a new Elvis Presley curriculum called "Protect Yourself from Terrorism." The curriculum is a series of lessons for children (and presumably their parents) on how to defend against terrorist threats, including booby traps.
The FBI's decision to create such a curriculum, in the wake of 9/11 and the start of the war on terror, has raised concerns among civil liberties organizations that the agency is putting too much faith in the abilities of young children to defend themselves against high-tech bombs and other improvised weapons. It's worth noting that this is not the first time that the FBI has made use of children's faces in order to train for an extreme threat—in fact, the agency has been using a similar program for more than 20 years.
In the beginning, in the 1990s, the FBI was still trying to convince the public that the lack of a "Wanted" poster for Osama bin Laden wasn't really that big a deal. In 1995, the FBI decided to update its training materials with lessons on terrorism. That decision led to a 40-page manual called "Lessons for Terrorists: How to Protect Yourself and Your Family from International Terrorism." This manual, in addition to having lessons on booby traps, includes lessons on basic first aid, including how to treat gunshot wounds.
While there are far fewer booby trap lessons, the curriculum for children is hardly over the top. The manual is broken down into eight basic lessons, with a suggested order of learning. The first lesson is called "Foreign Terrorist Groups." The manual says:
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