The Pushback Against Islam In Public Schools Continues

While Muslims have used the public education system as a tool of Islam, lately we have been seeing some encouraging signs of non-Muslims pushing back against the Islamic agenda in Western schools. Which is a great place to help stop the “normalization” of Islam in our countries.

Today we will take a look at two instances in which non-Muslims have refused to cater to the endless list of Islamic demands. One in America, one in Europe.

SPS won’t reschedule graduations that fall on Muslim holiday

Muslim students at three Seattle high schools have a difficult choice to make on June 17: Celebrate Eid al-Adha, one of the most important Muslim holidays, with their families or attend their graduations, an important rite of passage.

Some Muslim students at Cleveland High School alerted their principal to the dilemma last October when they noticed that their 2024 graduation was scheduled on Eid al-Adha, the Muslim holiday marking the Prophet Ibrahim’s submission to Allah’s (God’s) command to sacrifice his son, Ishmael. 

Yes, Muslims should be put in the position where they need to make a choice in the West. Islam or the ways of the West. (No, I don’t agree with everything that happens in the West.) The point is that hopefully these acts of “Islamophobia” will encourage Muslims to move elsewhere. After all, all “cultures” just don’t mix.


“Students practicing their right to religious expression should not be excluded from educational spaces, nor denied reasonable accommodation,” Hannah Vickner Hough, CAIR-WA’s legal director, wrote. “A graduation ceremony with one’s classmates is a formative experience for most students and the district should seek to provide appropriate arrangements to assure Muslim students are not unfairly excluded from this experience.”

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Funny, but I don’t see CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations) complaining when the Ten Commandments are not allowed to be displayed in public schools.

Or is their end game?

Onto France.

France’s secularism increasingly struggling with schools, integration


Brought into the international spotlight by the ban on hijabs for French athletes at the upcoming Paris Olympics, France’s unique approach to “laïcité” — loosely translated as “secularism” — has been increasingly stirring controversy across the country.

The struggle cuts to the core of how France approaches not only the place of religion in public life, but also the integration of its mostly immigrant-origin Muslim population, Western Europe’s largest.

Perhaps the most contested ground is public schools, where visible signs of faith are barred under policies seeking to foster national unity. That includes the headscarves some Muslim women want to wear for piety and modesty, even as others fight them as a symbol of oppression.

Unfortunately the author of that article doesn’t know that Muslimas wearing hijabs in non-Islamic countries is a symbol of disrespect to the country itself.

Koran 33:59 as per the world renowned Tafsir (scholarly interpretation and explanation of the Koran) Ibn Kathir.

As you see the explanation of the verse states that Muslim women are to wear it in order to distinct themselves from the women of Jahiliyyah and slave women.

Jahiliyyah (Oxford Islamic Studies Online)

Pre-Islamic period, or “ignorance” of monotheism and divine law. In current use, refers to secular modernity, for example in the work of Abu al-Ala Mawdudi , who viewed modernity as the “new jahiliyyah.” Sayyid Qutb interpreted jahiliyyah as the domination of humans over humans, rather than submission of humans to God. The term denotes any government system, ideology, or institution based on values other than those referring to God. To correct this situation, such thinkers propose the implementation of Islamic law, values, and principles. Radical groups justify militant actions against secular regimes in terms of jihad against jahiliyyah.

Meaning they do not want to be like non-Muslim women, not even the ones who support them. Meaning wearing the hijab is not an act of assimilation, it is an act of defiance and disrespect. 

“It has become a privilege to be allowed to practice our religion,” said Majda Ould Ibbat, who was considering leaving Marseille, France’s second-largest city, until she discovered a private Muslim school, Ibn Khaldoun, where her children could both freely live their faith and flourish academically.

Maybe Majda would have left France all together if Islamic institutions there were legally closed down as the great Geert Wilders wants to do in the Netherlands.


“I ask myself if Islam is accepted in France,” she said.

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It shouldn’t be and it’s a good sign that she is thinking that. Because there is a bottom line when it comes to non-Muslims respecting Islam as a religion.

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