And a righteous one.
The public schools’ association for religion teachers, Religionslærerforeningen, has today urged that the controversial Mohammed Cartoons, which were first printed in Jyllands-Posten newspaper in 2005, should become part of the public school curriculum as quickly as possible.
The RLF is a Danish teachers’ organization. The Danish government is starting to get on board, too.
And now, several political parties—including Socialdemokraterne, Dansk Folkeparti (DF) and Konservative—have voiced their support for that idea, although the degree of support varies.
“It would be natural for the cartoons to become part of the material that the teachers can choose to use,” [according to Konservative’s spokeswoman Mai Mercado].
DF is a bit more forward in its view of the matter. According to their immigration spokesman, Martin Henriksen,
One of our time’s great challenges is the threat from Islamism and the pressure on freedom rights that have built up over many years.
If they really want to do something right, in terms of making sure that the students—including those with a Muslim background—know which freedom rights we have in Denmark, they should go all the way.
h/t The Washington Post.