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You Have the Right to Pray Outside One of the most controversial topics debated nowadays is whether or not prayer should be allowed in school The concept of having prayer at school is a process which I vehemently oppose I will first define what type of prayer we are concerned about so that we can establish what it is that people debate about The type of prayer I will discuss is one within a public institution I will specifically target public schools in order to present my concept Once my case is acknowledged at a public school level an individual can apply it to any public institution should they choose to do so It is anything that takes away time in order to incorporate religion in any way during school time Should the school advocate initiate or sanction this type of activity it is twice as wrong If it is done privately and alone by a student without disrupting others then it is not the type of prayer I oppose I oppose prayer in schools due to the fact that the United States government strongly believes in a separation between church and state The government is not a Muslim Christian Jewish Hindu or Amish government It is a completely unbiased organization and its institutions should reflect this type of system This can already be challenged by observing that the majority of our school holidays reflect Christian holidays In public schools throughout the Unites States Christian holidays are observed by students receiving time off of school There is a spring break which occurs during Easter various holidays during summer break and the infamous winter break which makes sure that everyone is at home during Christmas I have yet to get a day off for my day of Eid There has not been a day when
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