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The controversy stemmed from a concert in Blaine, Minnesota. WCCO reported that a choir teacher decided that, because we have to be inclusive, the children’s choir would sign a song about Ramadan. Jewish and Christian songs were included in the program as well.
Initially, parents were concerned that if their child didn’t sing along (because what parent in their right mind would let their children yell out “Allahu Akbar” in school?), their grade would suffer, but the school later said that students could opt out of the concert without any effect on their grades.
The school district has defended its decision, claiming that it was being inclusive.
“Songs are not performed in a worship setting or to promote religion,” a statement from the district stated. “But rather in (an) educational setting where students are learning and performing music.”