Anti-Dhimmitude in Norway?

Muslim students denied high school prayer slot

 Don’t worry, they will cave once the worlds 1.5 gazillion Koranimals go into Rageboy mode:

The Local

High school student Ibrahim El Kadi asked if he could pray while at school. “No,” said his principal.

He asked for a quiet prayer area “for all religions” and was quoted the Education Ministry’s official line. “No one has the legal right to religious practice during working hours, neither employees nor students.”

The denial compelled El Kadi and some 40 other students in “multicultural” Ulsrud High School to protest in mock prayer outside the school’s library. Now they pray in the bitter cold of a nearby parking lot.

The principal, for his part, said he had received complaints from students who felt “excluded” by the prayer. So, he told the Muslim students to leave and stop praying, although recess provided just enough time for prayer.

City schools committee councillor, Torger Ødegaard, told broadcaster NRK that quiet rooms for prayer are not a good idea. “School is not a religious institution. School is a knowledge institution,” Ødegaard told NRK.

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

Meanwhile, El Kadi and the Oslo school’s Muslim students said they won’t relent until they have a prayer space. “We’ll pray out here even if it snows,” said fellow student protester Aslihan Bozkurt.


One thought on “Anti-Dhimmitude in Norway?”

  1. Muslims will be the only ones who can legally pray in a public school. Not only in Norway, but everywhere else that prayer in school has been banned. I personally do not believe in organized prayer in the classroom, but I think our kids should be able to pray, in a non-disruptive manner, to and from classes and in the lunchroom…

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