Friday, January 09, 2015

Colorado School Visits Mosque, Enforces Sharia Law

In preparation for a field trip to three religious buildings (none of them Catholic or protestant Christian), the Douglas County School District announced a discriminatory dress code:  All girls would have to cover themselves from head to toe in order to be in compliance with Islamic Sharia Law requirements for female dress.
“Students who choose to attend the [Rocky Heights Middle School] world religion field trip are expected to respect the dress code of the host facility. All students must wear appropriate long pants. Ankles must be covered. Girls must bring wide scarves or hooded sweatshirts for the mosque.”
-- School announcement
For background, read Massachusetts Students Forced To Learn Muslim Conversion

UPDATE 6/11/15: School Staff to Mosque for Islamic Training in Pennsylvania

UPDATE 1/30/15: Teaching Girls to Wear Muslim Hijab in California School

Also read Muslims Force Christmas Off School Calendar in Maryland

And read myriad examples of public schools favoring Islam.

In addition, read Islamic 'Call to Prayer' at National Cathedral in Washington D.C.

-- From "Taxpayer-Funded Colorado School District Makes Girls Wear Head Scarves To MOSQUE" by Eric Owens, Education Editor, Daily Caller 1/7/15

[Peter] Boyles, the [local AM] KNUS radio host, noted that public schools typically are not allowed to treat boys and girls differently.

Boyles argued that the district should not apply Islamic principles “to public school kids.”

It is unclear whether students in Douglas County will also visit any Protestant or Catholic places of worship, or what the dress code for girls would be in that event.

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From "Firestorm: U.S. school makes girls follow Islam dress code" by Bob Unruh, World Net Daily 1/8/15

The Douglas County School District in Colorado, under fire for saying that schoolgirls might have to cover up from head to ankle for a field trip to a Muslim mosque, has confirmed that such Shariah requirements will be enforced on the outing.

In response to the criticism, the district posted a notice called the “Rest of the Story.”

Officials explained the field trip is an option, not a requirement.

If students do choose to participate in the field trip, they are subject to the Shariah dress requirements of the mosque, the school said.

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