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You can't teach about God

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Submitted by John Chalus (United States), Mar 8, 2009 at 13:49

I am a public school teacher in NJ. We can't teach about God or religion in our public schools. That is pretty much the law of the land in any state. This seems to be a clear case of religious bias and a violation of the Supreme Court's various rulings on the seperation of church and state. If it is not permissble to teach about the faiths of Judaism and Christianity how is it permissible to teach about Islam. Let's be frank. Islam is the enemy of Judaism and Christianity.

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