August 2019 – When the month-long Islamic holiday of Ramadan began in early May, Dieringer School District in Washington State reportedly asked teachers to follow guidelines written by the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
The Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund reported that in March, CAIR had sent an “Informative Letter on Upcoming Islamic Holidays and Religious Accommodations” to Superintendent Judy Martinson, who then enacted the letter as official policy for all schools within her district. Under the policy, no tests or assignments were to be scheduled during the Muslim holy days, and teachers were to greet Muslim students by wishing them “Ramadan Mubarak,” which means “Have a blessed celebration,” or “Ramadan Kareem,” which means “May Ramadan be generous to you.”
However, after receiving a “cease and desist” letter from FCDF, the district reversed the policy.
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