Texas Attorney General's Office Invents Controversy Over High School Muslim Prayers

HUFFINGTON POST | on Mon, Mar 20, 4:49 PM

When Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton learned that Muslim students at a high school in Frisco were using an empty classroom to pray, his office raised the alarm. Liberty High School has set aside a spare classroom for students to pray in for the last seven years. Muslim students use the room to observe Friday prayers. In a letter sent to Frisco school district superintendent[1] Jeremy Lyon on behalf of Paxton’s office on Friday, Deputy Attorney General Andrew Leonie raised concerns that the ...

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