Egypt’s Education Minister reiterates: Bahai children to be excluded

H/T Shabnam

Sen’s Daily

Egypt Today, January 6

Egypt’s Minister of Education, Ibrahim Ghoneim, told Akbar Al-Youm newspaper that Bahais cannot enroll in public schools in Egypt, saying it would violate the Constitution.

“The Constitution only recognizes the three Abrahamic religions, and as religion is a subject taught in schools, they do not meet the requirements for enrollment,” he said. [By this reasoning, atheists, Buddhists, Hindus and many other groups will also be excluded from education in Egypt under the new administration. It is notable that Dr. Ghoneim is a technocrat, not affiliated with either the Brotherhood or the Salafists ~ Sen]

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3 Responses to Egypt’s Education Minister reiterates: Bahai children to be excluded

  1. john joe says:

    When I quickly glanced at that headline, I thought it said: “Bahai children to be executed”, and I didn’t really think anything of it. That shows how desensitized I’ve become to these murderous islamic maniacs. It simply looked like business as usual.

  2. Richard says:

    It is business as usual.

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