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Indian muslim students in Kafir schools
Anti-social school turns Muslim girl students away

Eidul-fitr proved to be a good time to bring sorrow to Muslim girl students. Around 100 Muslim girl students were turned away by a Parsi-run English medium school in Poona (Pune), Maharashtra for applying Mehndi (Hina/Hena) on their hands. Principal Arnita Batra said that the children have been asked not to come to school for the next three days. “We just want to create better citizens for tomorrow”, she added.

Around 100 girl students who had applied henna (mehendi) on their hands were barred entry to the Bai Najamai Noshirwan Dastur primary school on Tuesday, sparking angry reactions from their parents. The girls were turned away at the gates of the school, which is located at Tarapore road in Pune Camp. The primary school houses students from the first to the fourth standard. [TOI]

Parents of these outcast students soon went into a protesting hysteria peculiar to Indian Muslims. No organisation has apparently come out to support or oppose either the ban or the following protests. This was the most shameful attack on Muslim culture in recent times. Tolerance is what is demanded of Muslims and is not to be reciprocated particularly by such anti-social institutions that keep bragging about it all the time.

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Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - by G.Subramaniam - 02-26-2012, 10:36 AM

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