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“In an effort to comply with the "fuego on Fuego order"
MARTINSVILLE, Ind. -- Some parents of a Morgan County middle school said they are outraged by an assignment that asks students to write about their experience on a Hajj.
A Hajj is a pilgrimage to Mecca and is one of the pillars of the Islamic faith.
Seventh-graders at Martinsville East Middle School were asked to write at least 125 words "as though you are on the journey to Mecca and are writing in your journal about what you see and experience," 6News' Joanna Massee reported
So um Separation of Church and State is NOT a big issue in indiana?”
“It complies. Muslims worship in a mosque, not a church.”
“OK...I see your point..thanks...LOL”
“On a serious note, I have no problem with schools teaching about religions. I have a problem if they required students to practice a religion.”
I loved the comparative religion classes in High School and College.”
“transparent trolling is transparent”
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