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Thursday, April 25, 2013

Pandering to Muslims, Christian school drops hymns

Anglican school drops Christian hymns from assemblies
  • The "Christian" school has separate prayer rooms for boys and girls so to not offend Muslims.

Western Self-Loathing  -  The so-called "educated" Elites of the Western World hate themselves and their culture so much that they have adopted birth control and laws to abort native born babies in order to "save" the planet and then they import the foreign born to replace the native populations.

This aborting of Western culture can be seen in politically correct British schools.  Hymns have been dropped from assemblies at a Church of England school which has also introduced separate prayer rooms for girls and boys to cater to its mostly Muslim students.

Daily assemblies at Slough and Eton Church of England Business and Enterprise College, where 75 per cent of pupils are Muslim, are not based specifically on the Bible, but may make reference to it alongside other religious texts.

All of the the meat served at the secondary school, which has over 1,000 pupils aged between 11 and 19, is halal.

Headmaster Paul McAteer said the approach was to be ‘sensitive to the fact that we do have many different faiths in the school’, but added that Christian values were ‘more prevalent here than I have experienced in non-Church of England schools’.

Mr McAteer, who pointed out that the Church of England describes itself as ‘a faith for all faiths’, told the Sunday Times: ‘The values we support are very much Christian values of honesty, integrity, justice.’

The headmaster explained that the gender-separated prayer rooms at Slough and Eton, which is a voluntary controlled Church of England school, were not specifically for Muslim pupils, but said that it tended to be Muslim children that use them.

Story via the Daily Mail.

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