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Minnesota district restores prayer to public school — but only for Muslim students

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Buried deep in a PBS article about how the St. Cloud, Minn., school district is accommodating a large Somali population was a telling example of religious bias. While public schools have appropriately been barred from leading students in corporate Christian prayer, this district is going out of its way to satisfy the desires of the Muslim community.

“In the district’s middle and high schools,” the report stated, “Muslim students have access to private rooms with prayer rugs for the five daily prayers.”

Furthermore, Muslim kids will have access to special lunchroom menus and other faith-based perks not extended to students of other faiths.

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