Friday, February 27, 2009

Any god but God.

Muslim prayer-in-school controversy might be solved

Wayne School board Attorney Nathanya Simon said "We recognize that the federal guidelines say we must permit the exercise of religion in school. However, it does have a limitation.''

She said the district believed that elementary students must always be supervised.

"Right from the beginning, we were never going to ban it,'' Simon said. "It was just a matter of how we were going to implement it and make it available.'"

What would they do if Christian kids wanted to get together to pray in school?

We already know, don't we? They would bend over backwards to accomodate them. Oops, no, that's not it. They would threaten them with suspension if they did not cease and desist.

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