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Toronto public school board guide pushes Muslim greetings during morning announcements and other intrusions, by Anthony Furey (Toronto Sun)

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Sept. 29, 2017

While public school students all across Canada typically learn about the world’s major religions at some point during their studies, one school board’s guidebook on Islam is edging close to religious instruction and indoctrination.

The Toronto District School Board designates a number of heritage months throughout the year and October is Islamic Heritage Month. A 170-page guidebook prepared for teachers recommends a variety of religious intrusions into the public school system.

A list of announcements it suggests be read before or after the playing of O Canada include the Muslim greeting “As-salamu alaykum” (peace be upon you) and an invitation to visit a local mosque.

Children are encouraged to use paper cut-outs to construct replicas of famous mosques around the world.

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