Friday, April 17, 2015

Alberta Human Rights Commission Rules Secular School Discriminated Against Muslim Students

The Webber Academy is a private, secular academy. Two Muslim students were prevented from praying, and they sued the school at the Alberta Human Rights Commission.

In my book: your private school, your rules.

I seriously question whether Christians would have won a similar case.

What about the students who don't want religion in their environment. Do they get a say? Do their religious rights matter?

Story at the Calgary Herald.