Dr Ali Selim of the Irish Muslim Board thinks girls uniforms are too short.

silverharp

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So it begins, Irish society is not to their liking so waah waah change it kafir. It seems like the solution would be don't pick a school that has a uniform if its what's ailing you.

He also seems peeved that some uniforms have crosses on them, not sure what the problem is, its the crest of the school and it doesn't have any magical powers I am aware of, would himself not get in an Ambulance if his life depended on it?


https://www.irishtimes.com/news/education/islamic-dress-code-should-be-accommodated-in-schools-group-1.3346343?mode=amp


Islamic dress code should be accommodated in schools - group

Irish Muslim Board calls for clothes with crucifixes to be made optional

A Muslim campaign group says school uniforms should accommodate Islamic dress codes by allowing girls to wear full-length skirts, long-sleeved shirts and headscarves.


The Irish Muslim Board has also called for school uniforms which have crucifix symbols or images of saints to be made optional in the interests of creating greater inclusivity.


The recommendations are contained in the board’s submission to a Department of Education consultation process over school admission policies.


The group, chaired by Dr Ali Selim, was formed in 2016 to encourage Muslims to become more politically active.
 


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So it begins, Irish society is not to their liking so waah waah change it kafir. It seems like the solution would be don't pick a school that has a uniform if its what's ailing you.

He also seems peeved that some uniforms have crosses on them, not sure what the problem is, its the crest of the school and it doesn't have any magical powers I am aware of, would himself not get in an Ambulance if his life depended on it?


https://www.irishtimes.com/news/education/islamic-dress-code-should-be-accommodated-in-schools-group-1.3346343?mode=amp
Why do we allow Muslim Brotherhood aligned reptiles to live in our country?
 

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So it begins. Once they get started it creeps and expands, it becomes acceptable for them to start demanding special treatment based on their numbers.

 

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Islamic dress code should be accommodated in schools - group

Irish Muslim Board calls for clothes with crucifixes to be made optional

A Muslim campaign group says school uniforms should accommodate Islamic dress codes by allowing girls to wear full-length skirts, long-sleeved shirts and headscarves.


The Irish Muslim Board has also called for school uniforms which have crucifix symbols or images of saints to be made optional in the interests of creating greater inclusivity.


The recommendations are contained in the board’s submission to a Department of Education consultation process over school admission policies.


Just what is the issue?
 

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Islamic dress code should be accommodated in schools - group

Irish Muslim Board calls for clothes with crucifixes to be made optional

A Muslim campaign group says school uniforms should accommodate Islamic dress codes by allowing girls to wear full-length skirts, long-sleeved shirts and headscarves.


The Irish Muslim Board has also called for school uniforms which have crucifix symbols or images of saints to be made optional in the interests of creating greater inclusivity.


The recommendations are contained in the board’s submission to a Department of Education consultation process over school admission policies.


Just what is the issue?
Cucks like you are the issue.
 

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Islamic dress code should be accommodated in schools - group

Irish Muslim Board calls for clothes with crucifixes to be made optional

A Muslim campaign group says school uniforms should accommodate Islamic dress codes by allowing girls to wear full-length skirts, long-sleeved shirts and headscarves.


The Irish Muslim Board has also called for school uniforms which have crucifix symbols or images of saints to be made optional in the interests of creating greater inclusivity.


The recommendations are contained in the board’s submission to a Department of Education consultation process over school admission policies.


Just what is the issue?
First they were asking for inclusivity, next it's tolerance. Then where are we? Human sacrifice, cats and dogs living together, MASS HYSTERIA!
 

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Taking an active part in society, and attempting to integrate Muslim children into non-Muslim schools?
Yeah, nothing says integration like demanding completely different standards of treatment. If they want sharia compliant schools there are daily flights offered by Etihad to a variety of regions that can accomodate that.
 
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No.
It's an attempt to integrate non-muslim children into muslim schools.
Right, Ted. Making a crucifix optional on the uniform of a predominantly 'Christian' school, will drive non-Muslim children to Muslim schools.
 

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Yeah, nothing says integration like demanding completely different standards of treatment. If they want sharia complian schools there are daily flights offered by Etihad to a variety of regions that can accomodate that.
Einstein, can you outline where in the submission they demand anything, let alone a different standard of treatment.

The have asked that they not have to wear a crucifix on their uniform, and that they might wear more modest clothing (and a head scarf)
 

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So it begins, Irish society is not to their liking so waah waah change it kafir. It seems like the solution would be don't pick a school that has a uniform if its what's ailing you.

He also seems peeved that some uniforms have crosses on them, not sure what the problem is, its the crest of the school and it doesn't have any magical powers I am aware of, would himself not get in an Ambulance if his life depended on it?


https://www.irishtimes.com/news/education/islamic-dress-code-should-be-accommodated-in-schools-group-1.3346343?mode=amp
He obviously doesn't live in Limerick City!petunia
 

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Einstein, can you outline where in the submission they demand anything, let alone a different standard of treatment.

The have asked that they not have to wear a crucifix on their uniform, and that they might wear more modest clothing (and a head scarf)
a few years down the road, no pork products in schools, Irish kids forced to eat Halal food and everything from nativity plays to St Patrick's day verboten to be celebrated in schools.
 

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Einstein, can you outline where in the submission they demand anything, let alone a different standard of treatment.

The have asked that they not have to wear a crucifix on their uniform, and that they might wear more modest clothing (and a head scarf)
When in Rome.
 

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a few years down the road, no pork products in schools, Irish kids forced to eat Halal food and everything from nativity plays to St Patrick's day verboten to be celebrated in schools.
Thanks for clearing that up. Basically, you can find NOTHING wrong with the submission, but you are projecting your own bigotry and fear and stirring anti-Muslim hatred, yet again.
 


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