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The real hate-mongers. Left’s war on Christianity moves up a gear – innocent Muslims get the blame

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In a shocking new example of how the Marxist left uses Islam and Muslim immigrants as a battering ram against Christian Europe, youngsters at the Sara-Nussbaum-Haus in Kassel will not get to turn on the twinkling Christmas lights or put a star on the top of the tree this year thanks to tough rules at the day care centre. Join today

According to staff, the nursery has failed to celebrate the Christian holiday for several years as its pupils mostly follow Islam.

But Turkish parents whose children attend the nursery say they have no problem with celebrating Christmas – as long as Muslim festivals are also celebrated.

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Ingo Happel-Emrich, spokesman of the City of Kassel, said there were “some dissatisfied parents who want more religiosity”.

Christmas trees banned

Christmas trees along with Christian carols have been banned

 

 

 

 

 

But he claimed the nursery was right to ban the festivities, as an educational programme to be followed by schools in the area states they should not take part in religious festivals.

He said: “For the urban children’s day-care centres we are guided by the Hessian educational plan.

“It said that we should not engage in religious guidance, but should very much teach our values, such as solidarity, charity, sharing and justice.”

Even Christmas carols have been banned at the day care centre, local media reported, because most of the children attending the facility were not of the same faith.

The celebration of festivals, especially of religious festivals, is a positive sign of living together

Dr Ali Sak, of the Federation of Turkish Parents’ Associations in Germany

However, members of the Federation of Turkish Parents’ Associations in Germany (Föted) claims it has no problem with Christmas trees in kindergartens.

Dr Ali Sak, who leads the group, said he was not aware of any resentment or complaints from Muslim parents who did not wish to expose their children to foreign religious influences.

He said: “The ‘suspending’ of celebrations due to alleged respect for other religions leads precisely to the contrary of what is intended.

“For the Föted, the celebration of festivals, especially of religious festivals, is a positive sign of living together.”

Boy colouring by christmas treeTurkish parents whose children attend the nursery say they have no problem celebrating Christmas

He added the willingness to “celebrate Muslim festivals or at least allow parents to organise such a festival” would instead be appreciated – allowing children of both faiths to enjoy the festivities together.

However, the rapidly back-tracking leftist local council has now claimed reports the centre has banned Christmas are false, and that all nurseries are free to celebrate any religious festivals they so choose.

Anne Janz, councillor for youth, school, women and health in Kassel, said: “This is also true for the children’s day care centre Sara-Nussbaum-Haus.

“The assertion that the Christmas festival is regularly cancelled is simply wrong. ”

Girl sings Christmas carols

The news comes as the Dutch ‘Jumbo’ supermarket chain has revealed it will no longer allow any images of Saint Nicholas on packages of traditional festival candies and delicacies of its own brand.

Outspoken leader of the far-right Party for Freedom in the Netherlands, Geert Wilders blasted the chain saying they had “completely lost their mind”.

The latest controversial move comes after the supermarket banned Father Christmas’ helper Black Pete from packaging after complaints of negative stereotyping and racism.

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