France has made yet another move to limit the rights of Muslims by preventing Muslim school students from receiving special lunches. Will this be perceived as positive, because it limits the spread of Islam? Or negative, because it is an attack on religious expression?
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As an American conservative I am concerned about what happens, everywhere. As for open dialogue, that is a complex matter when dealing with Muslim extremists whose starting position is "DIE INFIDEL."Hard to find common ground.
Not unlike trying to deal with Christian extremists whose starting position is pretty much the same.
The free exercise of religion is a Constitutionally protected right in America, hard for a conservative worthy of the name to argue against that. However, try teaching a class about Christianity in a public school where classes on Islam are offered.
That class is next door to the one that teaches proper care for one's alien lizard skin isn't it?
Wow, that is dastardly. A world history class that teaches about a major group of people in history. If you bothered actually reading, you'd find they also had lessons on Christianity and Jesus, Judaism, Confucianism, etc. Run for your lives!