[law] secularism

"According to the German constitution, Muslims do have a right to religious education for their children under the supervision of the state, just as Christians do. Now, for the first time, German schools will have a textbook for Islamic religion classes."
In France, which has only four Muslim schools, some of the country’s 8,847 Roman Catholic schools have become an alternative for Muslim students who wish to wear headscarves and incorporate spirituality into their studies.
L'Iranien, Mansour Hekmat, de son vrai, nom Zhoobin Razani, décédé en 2002 d'un cancer, a créé le Parti communiste ouvrier d'Irak lorsqu'il s'était réfugié dans ce pays.
Vendredi 19 septembre 2008 - Intervention de Soad BEKKOUCHE, Initiative Féministe Européenne (IFE/EFI).
"In the rush to be tolerant or sensitive to religious difference, the space is created for the most reactionary and even fundamentalist religious leaders to take control."
La burqa est-elle incompatible avec la nationalité française?
A French court has denied citizenship to a Muslim woman from Morocco, ruling that her practice of "radical" Islam is not compatible with French values.
Calls from two Islamic leaders to legalise polygamous marriages in Australia have been rejected by the government.
The Penang Syariah High Court has allowed a Muslim convert to return to her original faith of Buddhism, setting a precedent that could ease religious minorities' worries about their legal rights.
"Février 2008, le Parti de la Justice et du Développement (AKP), au pouvoir en Turquie, permet aux femmes de porter le voile à l'Université, ce qu'interdisait jusque-là la Constitution, laïque, du pays."
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