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The Islamification of Texas

chemurdered Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 9:25 AM
So if a muslim girl that wears a burka is forced by her school to dress like a western Chrisitan, will her rights be violated? Would those that compelled her to do this not be considered "intolerant" and "inconsiderate"? We are forced to keep God from publc schools, the same should hold true for Allah!!
Texas Chris Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 11:16 AM
If this then that isn't going to solve the issue. The real problem is that we accept government meddling in our kid's education.
jimmylynn Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 11:08 AM
In a public school, probably the ACLU could get a pass on school dress code for a Muslim wearing a burka. It could be argued a violation of the students religious freedom. A person's attire would not be considered as a violation of the government's separation of church and state.

Imagine browsing Facebook one day and discovered a photograph of your 14-year-old daughter wearing a burqa – at school.

That’s exactly what happened to a parent in Lumberton, Tex. She asked me not to disclose her identity because she fears for her daughter’s safety.

Her daughter’s world geography class was supposed to be learning about the continents. Instead, they were given a tutorial in Islam – complete with authentic Muslim garments. Some of the young ladies were photographed – and the image has now gone viral.

The students were told the purpose of the class was to change their perceptions of...