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Should Muslims go to school on Eid Day in your opinion?
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Should Muslims go to school on Eid Day in your opinion?
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Nah because Christians don't go to school on xmas so why should muslims or anyone else celebrating a religious holiday
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Should Muslims go to school on Eid Day in your opinion?
everyone should be entitled to time off to celebrate their religious holidays,, christianity should not be the norm
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(Original post by umchileanyways)
Nah because Christians don't go to school on xmas so why should muslims or anyone else celebrating a religious holiday
I agree and thank you!<3

(Original post by hrtpjm)
everyone should be entitled to time off to celebrate their religious holidays,, christianity should not be the norm
Thanks!
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no because Christians get a whole 1-3 weeks off for Christmas and muslims cant even get a day off for eid
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no because Christians get a whole 1-3 weeks off for Christmas and muslims cant even get a day off for eid
So true and thanks.
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Btw, I am a musilm and tmrw is Eid and I have got school so I am thinking if I should go or not.
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Usually you can get time off school to observe religious holidays - it is like how one would book time off for going holiday abroad during term time.
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take the time off bestie !! one missed day isn't gonna impact your school work and you should enjoy eid !!
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Btw, I am a musilm and tmrw is Eid and I have got school so I am thinking if I should go or not.
Bruh jus stay home, what they gonna do arrest you¿ I’m pretty sure everybody who’s doing Eid is staying home, including myself
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Should Muslims go to school on Eid Day in your opinion?
You mean in the UK right?

All children in Muslim countries like the UAE have a 5-7 day holiday over Eid.
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Btw, I am a musilm and tmrw is Eid and I have got school so I am thinking if I should go or not.
Yes you should be entitled to a day off for it, but you are supposed to inform the school beforehand. They shouldn't be able to refuse it. Try to plan more in advance.
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Yes you should be entitled to a day off for it, but you are supposed to inform the school beforehand. They shouldn't be able to refuse it. Try to plan more in advance.
Okay, thanks.
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You mean in the UK right?

All children in Muslim countries like the UAE have a 5-7 day holiday over Eid.
Yes, but I am currently in secondary school and we don't have holidays for Eid but we are allowed to have a day of but say why.
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Bruh jus stay home, what they gonna do arrest you¿ I’m pretty sure everybody who’s doing Eid is staying home, including myself
So true, thanks.
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take the time off bestie !! one missed day isn't gonna impact your school work and you should enjoy eid !!
I agree, thanks again.
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Usually you can get time off school to observe religious holidays - it is like how one would book time off for going holiday abroad during term time.
Oh yeah, thanks.
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Nah because Christians don't go to school on xmas so why should muslims or anyone else celebrating a religious holiday
Christmas isn't the best comparison as it is largely a secular affair with Father Christmas, presents and pine trees. Those aren't really Christian things. Easter is a far better religious comparison as there are bank holidays for Good Friday and Easter Monday. These days don't hold any significance for non-Christians.
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I am a Muslim and I am in school today as I have an exam
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Christmas isn't the best comparison as it is largely a secular affair with Father Christmas, presents and pine trees. Those aren't really Christian things. Easter is a far better religious comparison as there are bank holidays for Good Friday and Easter Monday. These days don't hold any significance for non-Christians.
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I am a Muslim and I am in school today as I have an exam
Sad, I hope you do well in the exam, may allah help you whilst doing the exam amen.
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