Two Danish political parties desire to ban prayer in Danish schools. In Norway, schools also need to stop this practice, in accordance with central Progressive Party (FrP) representatives.
– Publicly funded educational facilities must not be tasked with creating Shrines or do other religious activities, says the Progressive Party’s spokesman Mazyar Keshvari. .
– there’s no need nor desirable that educational institutions should hang out, money and resources on religious facilities as outlined by Parliamentary representative and newly elected leader to the Oslo branch of your Progressive Party, Mazyar Keshvari.
Recently the controversy over prayer in public areas schools flared up in Denmark, in the aftermath from the newspaper Jyllands-Posten’s stated material within the controversial Muslim organization Hizb ut-Tahrir is located in a prayer room inside of a professions college in Copenhagen. Non-Muslim students have additionally been forced out of your prayer room on the same school.
The Danish People’s Party has advocated banning such rooms from Danish schools. Recently the Labour Party adhered to this plan, writes Jyllands-Posten.
– The with prayer rooms is because they may cause social control, where some Muslim students, as an example, will force others to practice Islam at college, says Social Democrat Mattias Tesfaye to Jyllands-Posten.
No separate rooms
Keshvari emphasizes that FrP are strong supporters of religious freedom understanding that there is not any absence of organizations, rooms and congregations where everyone, including students, can ?freely perform religious rites, ceremonies and general religion-related activities.