Claims that Muslim students in Spain lack access to Islamic education

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A NEW report published by the Union of Islamic Communities (UCIDE) in Spain has concluded that 90 per cent of Muslim children in Spanish schools lack access to normal Islamic religion classes.

Based on the report by UCIDE, released on Monday, even access to basic Islamic schooling is only available in Andalucia, the Basque Country, Aragon, Canary Islands, Ceuta and Melilla.

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The report went on say that nine out of 10 Islamic teachers are unemployed and that, with over a quarter of a million Muslim students in Spain and the overall Muslim population at nearly four per cent of the Spanish population, they should have greater access to their preferred religious education.




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  1. Then the Islamic community should set up their own schools outside the Spanish system. Islamic teaching should under no circumstances be a part of the standard Spanish education system.
    England has more than enough problems with the infiltration of Islamic teaching in our schools, and the government needs to take stern measures to stop it completely.

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