As any liberal will be quick to point out, education and religion don’t mix. The reason, they will tell you, usually with more than a hint of impatience, is the so-called “establishment clause” in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which reads, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.” If you’re wondering where the words “separation of church and state” appear, they don’t.
Despite the left’s fondness for imposing that interpretation on the founders’ language, they are willing to grant exemptions, at least for the “right” religion. So when Eman Muthana, a Muslim student at the World School of Inquiry in Rochester, N.Y., wrote a one-page letter to Principal Sheela Webster asking if the school could participate in World Hijab Day, Webster gave the request an instantaneous thumbs-up, hailing the suggestion as an opportunity to practice diversity and inclusion.
According to Rochester ABC affiliate WHAM, Muthana’s letter explained:
World Hijab Day invites every woman to wear the hijab for a day so they would experience how women who wear the hijab are treated by others.
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