I recently met with a group of parents concerned about the blurring of lines between religion and state in public education.
They are primarily concerned about what they see as the violation of the principle of neutrality toward all religions in Canada’s public schools. They also believe that current religious issues take classroom time and may disrupt social harmony in schools.
It's amusing to read the entire article and not see the relevant religion explicitly mentioned even once. The closest they come is this:
Some Muslim Student Association clubs, for example, discuss what is haram lifestyle and may openly disapprove of keeping dogs as pets, or dressing and eating in ways other families may consider normal.
We're now at the discussion stage. Soon, the punishments will start. It wouldn't be surprising to see dogs getting randomly killed in Canada in increasing numbers. Of course, the religion involved would be utterly mysterious.
Via Blazing Cat Fur.