Words changed so as not to offend Muslims
Austria’s largest newspaper Kronen Zeitung reports that school officials claim to have made the change the words to the song ‘Gottes liebe ist so wunderbar’ (God’s love is so wonderful) to ‘Allah’s liebe ist so wunderbar’ in order not to offend the Muslim children in the class.
The newspaper reports that an angry father registered a complaint with the Austrian schools inspectorate, saying that it is unacceptable to change the wording to Christian hymns.
The teacher and the Principal of the school are being questioned regarding the incident.
The teachers claim that Muslim and non Muslim children were supposed to be given different segregated versions of the hymn.
“The teacher had distributed to the Christian and Muslim pupils different texts.” said inspector Karin Lang, claiming that “In the case, a child must have received the wrong copy into their folder”.
The incident dovetails with a professor from the University of Vienna publishing a report warning of rapid Islamisation of Austria’s schools.
The government commissioned report noted that there are at least 150 “problematic” schools in the country.
Professor Ednan Aslan warned that Islamists are attempting to operate a parallel educational system under the radar of the governmental authorities.
The song controversy is also not an isolated incident.
Last month, video emerged of Canadian children singing a song which celebrates Muhammad’s arrival in Medina after he forced Christians to convert to Islam under threat of death.
“The video titled “Welcome to Canada Syrian Refugees” shows the choir singing one of the oldest songs in the Islamic culture.
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