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Belga Published on Monday 21 August 2017 at 06h32 - Updated on Monday 21 August 2017 at 14h55
A school in Ronse, eastern Flanders, was worried about signs of Islamist "radicalization" observed by teachers in kindergarten children, an internal school report relayed by Het Laatste Nieuws said Monday.
This would be a first in Flanders as to the age of the individuals in whom such signs seem to be manifest. According to the internal report of the nursery school in Renaix concerned, problematic behaviors observed include reciting verses from the Koran during recess, not attending school on Friday for religious reasons, or denial To give the hand. But there are also "death threats" against "unbelievers" as well as children treated of "pigs" and gestures imitating a slaughter.
The Netwerk Islamexperten, a "network of experts in Islam" which is supposed to offer Flemish schools tailor-made solutions in the fight against radicalization, has opened since the beginning of the project, in 2016, 481 files on schools addressing it Questions or report problems (on this subject)
originally posted by: growler
a reply to: eletheia
until they stop forcing christianity on kids how can it go forwards though?
claiming one middle eastern religion should not be covered but this middle eastern religion is good because rome changed it some 2000 years ago is lame.
it's a multicultural society, if a religion is going to be espoused they all should or, as i believe non at all, teach the kids math and science not how they're going to hell for eating a pig which the abrahamic faiths dictate.