What isn’t wrong with Islamic and faith Schools?

نقش مخرب مذهب در آموزش و پرورش
برنامه نان و گل سرخ مجله ای سیاسی – اجتماعی در کانال جديد٬ ۲ ژوئيه ۲۰۱۴
با فريبرز پويا٬ بهرام سروش و مريم نمازى
مصاحبه با آليا سليم٬ فعال قانون برابر براى همه
کارگردان: رضا مرادى
مشاور برنامه: پونه راوى

What isn’t wrong with Islamic and faith Schools?
Bread and Roses, 1 July 2014
With Maryam Namazie, Fariborz Pooya and Bahram Soroush
Interview with Aliyah Saleem who attended an Islamic school for 6 years in Britain and 1 year in Pakistan
One Law for All activist.
Director: Reza Moradi.
Programme Consultant: Poone Ravi.


  1. Bruce Martin says

    In most of the world, the word “school” means a place where people come to study more than just one book. When a group offers to run a school, there is a clearly implied promise to teach more than one thing. It is deceptive to promise a school, and then to provide a captive world that has only one book.
    Such deception threatens society that it may have the duty to require that all children attend schools run directly by the state, to prevent this sort of abuse. Groups running a false school are making it less feasible for any other schools to offer variety or diversity. I hope the selfish and destructive actions of certain Islamic schools in Britain do not force every kid in the UK to recite from Cranmer’s Book of Common Prayer, as these schools seem to be pushing the country towards, quite ironically.
    All schools should have the main time for studying real subjects, with no religion. Students can choose some religious information in their free time, or choose to skip it. That’s how it should be, worldwide.

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