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By Selwyn Duke
Is the “separation of church and state” being applied too literally?
Because some U.K. parents may point out that mosque and state seems to
be mixing all the time.
A case in point is 10-year-old schoolboy Luke Blagden, who was denied
water on one of the year’s hottest days in deference to Muslim pupils
fasting for Ramadan. Writes the Daily Mail:
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