Picture of the day: European kids pray to Allah

 
Picture of the day: European kids pray to Allah
The picture shows schoolchildren from Vinkenbuurg elementary school who are visiting a mosque in the Dutch town of Zwolle.

The teachers, sitting in the background, are clearly excited and are seen smiling in the pictures of the young children who bow down to Allah during a Muslim prayer on ritual prayer rugs.

If Muslim children at the school must visit Christian churches and conduct similar rituals is not known, but not likely.

The topic has become a hot potato in Europe, after a German couple recently were fined for not letting their son attend such an excursion to a mosque arranged by the school:

German parents fined for refusing son trip to mosque

But it's always a one-way track is'n it, where Muslims are excused of attending anything that contradicts their belief system, while the rest of us more liberal suckers better go along or we are "racists and Islamophobes."

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