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Mosul, Iraq (AINA) -- Christian students have complained that teachers in some elementary and high schools in the city of Mosul are scheduling exams on December 25 in order to force them to attend school on Christmas day. In interviews with ankawa.com, an Arabic language Assyrian website, students say they are forced to accede to the teacher's demands in scheduling the tests even though the authorities identified the 25th of December as an official holiday for Christians....Another student, Saad Matti, in elementary school located in the Sadeeq neighborhood, said he will be taking the Arabic language exam on Christmas Day, noting that this is no longer a strange occurrence; the teachers in this school habitually schedule their exams on identify Christian holidays.
Happens to us in the good old USA as well - even in the greatest per capita Orthodox metro area - Greater Pittsburgh, PA....http://triblive.com/neighborhoods/yourpenntrafford/yourpenntraffordmore/3091049-87/students-prom-date#axzz2EeG46LGU
Never woulda happened under Saddam.
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Quote from: podkarpatska on December 27, 2012, 02:42:23 PMHappens to us in the good old USA as well - even in the greatest per capita Orthodox metro area - Greater Pittsburgh, PA....http://triblive.com/neighborhoods/yourpenntrafford/yourpenntraffordmore/3091049-87/students-prom-date#axzz2EeG46LGUChrist is born!Dear friend, I do not believe that there is equivalency between the authorities being malevolent and your fellow students being insensitive.
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