Last Wednesday, students at Minneha Core Knowledge Magnet Elementary School in Wichita, Kansas, were greeted with a huge poster that highlighted the five pillars of Islam, PJ Media reported.
So, it’s okay for this religious poster to be prominently placed in a school, but not the Ten Commandments? Really?
Here’s the picture:
Patrick Richardson has more:
The questions presents themselves: First, why would a school in the middle of the Bible Belt present something like this? Second, will they give the same pride of place to Christianity? Judaism? Mormonism? Zoroastrianism? Third, where is the ACLU? They have been quick to sue over so-called establishment clause issues in school in the past, so why are they not hammering Minneha Core Knowledge Magnet Elementary School for this outrageous promotion of religion?
Good questions. I’d like to hear what the school has to say about this myself.
Apparently, the so-called “separation of church and state” only seems to apply to one religion. Three guesses what religion that is, but I think you’ll only need one.
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