Islamification Of England Continues: Eid Festival A Go, Nativity, Not So Much

Coming to a school in America soon: School cancels Christmas nativity in favour of Muslim Eid celebrations

Greenwood Junior School sent out a letter to parents saying the three-day festival of Eid al-Adha, which takes place between December 8 and 11, meant that Muslim children would be off school.

That meant planning for the traditional nativity play were shelved because the school felt it would be too difficult to run both celebrations side by side.

(Janet Lynch, a parent) said a letter, sent from “The staff at Greenwood Junior School’, said: “It is with much regret that we have had to cancel this year’s Christmas performances. This is due to the Eid celebrations that take place next week and its effect on our performers.”

But, hey, the school is nice enough to say in a second letter that they’ll do Christmas in ….drum roll….. January. The traditional time for a nativity play. The 2nd letter also included

Sent by the head teacher, Amber Latif, and Yvonne Wright, chair of governors, it apologised for “any misunderstanding” but said it had to respect “the cultures and religions of all the children”.

Diversity. Uh huh. Sure.

Via Van Helsing and Don Surber

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One Response to “Islamification Of England Continues: Eid Festival A Go, Nativity, Not So Much”

  1. John Ryan says:

    Teach perhaps a community college course in comparative religions might be taken by you. The Orthodox Christians (Russian, Greek, Turkish, Armenian and throughout the mid east where Jesus was born) all celebrate their religious holidays according to the old calendar the Julian calendar. This places the birth of Jesus 13 days after Dec 25th The Orthodox sect of Christianity is second in size (300 million) only to the Catholic sect

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