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Italian school prohibits Muslim students from fasting during the month of Ramadan


A state of controversy and anger was sparked by the principal of an Italian elementary and middle school because of her issuance of a decision banning Muslim students from fasting in the great month of Ramadan.
The circular and the decision issued by the principal of a school in Milan to ban fasting in schools for Muslim children during the month of Ramadan sparked controversy and protests from families and the Islamic community in the northern city of Milan.
“Minors of school age will be exempted from fasting during the month of Ramadan this year that coincides with their attendance at school, and for this reason, the school does not allow students to leave during recess hours, or for students to fast at school. “
The decision angered the Muslim families of the students, and they found it to be a lack of respect for religious freedoms.

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