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Should Religious Activities Be Banned in Schools?
China needs to hate Islam as much as some crazies in the U.S.A. and France do. Let us decide what is bad for Muslim children. We superstitious atheists know best.
It is unclear if this was taken during a school day during regular school hours, Monday to Friday, or if this was at the weekend as an extra activity.
Was it in a private school or a public school?
(Global Times) A video posted on Saturday by Sina Weibo user Mo Fu shows dozens of pupils sitting in a bright classroom as one little girl wearing a black headscarf carefully recites the Koran.
The Weibo user claimed that the video was filmed in Gansu, angering netizens, many of whom slammed the activity for destroying the children's future and called for government management of the illegal religious activity.
Gansu's education bureau released a statement on Wednesday night on its official Sina Weibo account, saying that netizens have strongly condemned the recent viral video showing students reciting the Koran at a kindergarten in Linxia Hui Autonomous Prefecture in Gansu.
In the statement, the bureau noted that it strongly denounces such activities, which it stated harm young people's well-being.
Some 1.8 million residents in Linxia are religious, and about 1.14 million are Muslim, according to China Ethnic News. Another video posted online in 2013 showed several students wearing headscarves praying at a kindergarten in Linxia's Guanghe county.
The bureau's statement also stressed that all religious activities are banned in schools and ordered education departments at all levels to firmly put a stop to such activities.
Should religious prayers be banned in schools? I mean school is a place where things taught by teachers will affect more on children's mind. So school should neither force the students to attend religious prayers, nor encouraging children to be involved in any way in any religious activity.
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