The Oslo Terrorist's 'Counter-Jihad' Ideology

Gus7/24/2011 5:21:59 pm PDT

re: #396 Obdicut

I think kids should be allowed to pray at school. I don’t think they should be forced to pray, or there be official times to pray. But just like I think Jewish kids should be allowed to wear yarmulkes even if the school has a general ‘no headwear’ policy, I think that Muslim kids should be allowed to go pray during the ritual hours.

We shouldn’t let conformity get in the way of religious freedom.

This is an organized session:

From November to March, the pupils enter the cafeteria segregated by sex, with boys at the front separated from girls at the back. The imam stands at the front with a microphone and begins with a short lesson in English, usually about the importance of discipline or mutual respect, said a parent volunteer, and then leads a prayer in Arabic.

OK. I’m not familiar with Canadian law. I am familiar with US law. This would never and should never be tolerated in any public school in the USA regardless of faith.