Thursday, February 22, 2007

Just say no to Islamization

The UK has a problem, the Muslim Council of Britain wants to completely overhaul the education system to suit the needs of Muslim students, even at the expense of non-Muslim students.

Demands for a ban on “un-Islamic” activities in schools will be set out by the Muslim Council of Britain today.

Targets include playground games, swimming lessons, school plays, parents’ evenings and even vaccinations.

And the calls for all children to be taught in Taliban-style conditions will be launched with the help of a senior Government education adviser.

Professor Tim Brighouse, chief adviser to London schools, was due to attend the event at the capital’s biggest mosque.

His presence there was seen as “deeply worrying”, and a sign that the report was backed by the Government.

Source: Daily Express - Muslims: 'Ban'' un-Islamic schools

The UK should keep schools secular. immigrant populations should adapt to the ways of the host nation, Muslim attempting to  transform the UK into a Islamic state should be confronted and stopped. No religion deserves special status. 

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3 comments:

aidan said...

Pandering to Islamic demands in education or in any other sphere is a bad idea. Religion has no place in the school or office. The idea of creating a secular environment based on principles of equality, is precisely to avoid people foisting their religious issues and demands
on others.

Mojoey said...

aidan - exactly! Just say no. Keep relgion out of our schools and offices.

Renaud said...

The real problem in countries like the UK, Canada and others is that they failed to have any realistic proposal for integration and instead let communities develop into their own little segregated world.
By essentially saying that all communities are culturally equal within a country that is built on very different ideas, you create tensions in the worse possible place: schools become a battleground and important teachings are dumbed down to please everyone.
Secular societies should strive to give everyone the same chances and access to the same education instead of letting communities vie for control over their own people and dictate their views to everyone else.