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    German parents fined for not sending their son on a Mosque trip

    The parents of a young boy have received a fine from a German court after they prevented their child from going to school to avoid a trip to a local mosque.

    A district court Northern Germany fined the pair in July of last year but the parents of the child attempted to appeal the court ruling, only to have their appeal rejected by the Higher Regional Court in Schleswig this week, Hamburger Morgenpost reports.
    The incident dates back to June of 2016 when the parents refused to let their son attend school for the day because the school had organised a field trip to the Rendsburg Mosque.


    The court imposed a fine of 50 euros due to the fact the parents had forced their child to miss several lessons for the day, rather than just pull him out of the field trip to the mosque.

    British Parents Removing Children from Lessons on Islam, Report Finds https://t.co/ptdeKNhMP0
    — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) January 10, 2019
    Trips to local mosques have been a source of controversy in the United Kingdom, as well, as among some parents have refused to grant permission for their children to attend such visits.
    In Cornwall, a school reacted to parents pulling their children out of a trip in 2015 by publicly humiliating their children, singling them out in front of other pupils by forcing them to answer questions as to why they could not attend the mosque.
    Later that year, governors of a rural school in Cornwall reacted to concerned parents by simply making mosque trips mandatory for all pupils.
    In 2017, Staffordshire’s Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education (SACRE) also wrote a document in reaction to parents pulling their children out of mosque visits claiming that “Islamophobia” may have been behind the trend.
    “While objections are raised about visits to a number of places of worship, they are most frequently about visits to mosques, which raises the bigger issue of Islamaphobia [sic] and how this can be addressed,” they said.
    Earlier this year it was revealed that parents in Essex have gone even further, and have not only stopped their children visiting mosques but have also removed them from Religious Education lessons on Islam.
    Muslims Outnumber Christians in More than 30 Church Schools https://t.co/doiQH5mhRs
    — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) February 7, 2017


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    But I'm sure they could opt out of a Catholic Church field trip.

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    They were afraid their kid could become indoctrinated by simply walking into a mosque. The trip was three years ago.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippyjuan View Post
    They were afraid their kid could become indoctrinated by simply walking into a mosque. The trip was three years ago.
    Maybe people are 'rightfully' repulsed at the thought of sending their kid to an indoctrination
    field trip to a Mosque.

    Why do you post here Zippy?

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    They seem to be following US model following 9/11 , Iraq war . Even though Germany had refused to join Iraq freedom war/'fight them over there so we don' have to fight them over here' project, ironically they have seen some of the largeest influx of mideast/Islamic refugees post Iraqi freedom.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stratovarious View Post
    Maybe people are 'rightfully' repulsed at the thought of sending their kid to an indoctrination
    field trip to a Mosque.

    Why do you post here Zippy?
    Because they get people to respond.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danke View Post
    Because they get people to respond.
    I used to advocate not responding to trolls, but I've had feedback here that
    we need to engage them, so new members will 'see the truth'.

    This is a topic that the forum should discuss, I would be the first to
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    If we look at how long they've been here (of course mainly because
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    Quote Originally Posted by enhanced_deficit View Post
    They seem to be following US model following 9/11 , Iraq war . Even though Germany had refused to join Iraq freedom war/'fight them over there so we don' have to fight them over here' project, ironically they have seen some of the largeest influx of mideast/Islamic refugees post Iraqi freedom.


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    That in Texas and that image screams to me pure indoctrination from a young. Brainwashing the children to accpet their religion parents should be outraged at this not supportive.



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