Brooklyn Tech is a public school. Why are they accommodating the Ramadan Fast? What happened to the separation of religion and state that required no presence of religion in the public schools, for which the ACLU fought for so many years?
Now suddenly Islamic observance is fine in public schools, and you’re a racist-islamofauxbic-anti-muslim-bigot if you complain.
FORT GREENE, Brooklyn (WABC) — Brooklyn Tech seniors will gather at Pier Sixty for the prom on June 3, but not all their classmates will be able to attend the big bash at the hot spot billed as the largest waterfront venue in Manhattan.
The party this year falls during Ramadan, a month-long time of religious fasting and prayer for observant Muslims.
“Obviously the date wasn’t the best date,” said senior Pakeza Sahbbir, who will be not attending. “You’re not suppose to listen to music during Ramadan, so that’s why it’s not really allowed.”
In an online petition, students are asking school officials to move the prom to another day so that everyone can participate. About 1,300 students go to Brooklyn Tech, but the school does not track religious affiliation…
Yet, another example of islamic demand for special threatment…
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