Sharia practiced at University of Regina camp to accommodate Syrian Muslims
In a shocking revelation by Cjme News Talk, we’ve learned that Sharia Law is alive and well in Canada as the University of Regina has allowed boys and girls to be segregated because of religious reasons, mainly because of Islamic law.
This summer the University of Regina is offering Syrian refugee children the chance to enjoy the Canadian experience of summer camp, with a few changes to accommodate religion.
The kids are doing everything from art to sport, sometimes together, sometimes apart, depending on age and ability. But for swimming, the girls and boys are typically separated for religious reasons.
“If those opportunities weren’t presented those children wouldn’t be participating to be blunt,” explained Dean of Kinesiology, Harold Riemer. “I think that would be unfortunate.”
“When we can find a way to provide an opportunity for kids from various cultures and religious persuasions to be together and still accommodate kind of, religious values at the same time, I think that is a very positive thing. I don’t see that as a negative opportunity,” Riemer maintained.
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