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Elementary School Teacher Bans 1st-Graders from Saying “Jesus” or G-d”, but Allah is OK

We have to accommodate Muslim students. But, Christian students can consider themselves lucky if they don’t get sent home for bad behavior for saying they love Jesus.

Which is crazy considering over 5 public schools have already installed special prayer rooms for Muslim Students, and the law forces schools in Michigan to let students pray to Allah 5 times a day. Yet, no such considerations or accommodations are offered to Christian children these days.

Some of the parents are understandably outraged and calling for attention to be drawn to this horrible attack on freedom of speech in our schools.

Parents at McCordsville Elementary School are furious over a 1st-grade teacher sending students home with a letter demanding the kids stop mentioning “God”, “Jesus”, or praying on school property.
According to a release from the school, a debate about God took place in a first grade classroom earlier this week. In response to the debate, the teacher wrote a letter about expectations in the classroom and sent it to parents. The letter talked about school language and asked parents to have a “talk” with their children about the appropriate time and place to talk about religion.

FOX59 obtained the letter from a parent of one of the students in the class, which reads in part:
“With Mccordsville Elementary being a public school, we have many different religions and beliefs, and I do not want to upset a child or parent because of these words being used.”


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