A federal lawsuit seeking to have a Ten Commandments monument removed from the grounds of Connellsville Area Junior High School can continue.
In a court ruling issued on Thursday, U.S. District Judge Terrence McVerry refused to dismiss the lawsuit filed by the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation, which contended the monument violated the U.S. Constitution's division of church and state provision.Read more: http://triblive.com/news/adminpage/3617165-74/district-monument-lawsuit#ixzz2N7T56BbA
Apparently separation of church and state is an issue, not separation of mosque and state.
Parents in a Texas school district are reporting officials told their children to sign “waivers” for their participation in a class where they wore Islamic burqas following a WND report on the activity.
Last week, WND reported that a school in Lumberton, Texas, had underage students wear burqas as part of a lesson on Islam in a ninth-grade high school geography class. A photo of the students in burqas was included in the report.
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/03/parent-school-demanded-waivers-after-wnd-report/#yRDmE7WloGaDIGVJ.99