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Originally posted by My.mind.is.mine
Originally posted by mileysubet
My question is this:
If a person knows that his or her beliefs are not practiced in an area, why would they go there and then expect the majority of the population to abide by the foreign ideas that they brought?
Expecting the majority to abide would be imposing the friday prayer on ALL kids muslim and non-muslim. You're statement is lame as hell..
Originally posted by AnIntellectualRedneck
reply to post by fooks
If it's in a predominantly Muslim neighborhood, then there are going to be less kids out there than in the prayer group. And that's really the whole point. A school is not a church or a mosque. It is for secular education, not prayer group time. And allowing that prayer group to take place singles out the non-Muslims for harassment and bullying.