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原刊於Christianity Today,2014年11月1日

The Turkish education system’s mandatory religion classes are not fair to students who do not follow the country’s majority Sunni Islam and it must amend its policies, according to a recent verdict of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), reports World Watch Monitor.

As Turkey is a signatory of the European Convention on Human Rights, the ECHR decision is binding.

Religion classes, starting in elementary schools, are according to the Turkish Constitution to be neutral lessons on religion, but critics say they impose Sunni Muslim rituals in class that many Turks – including non-Sunni Muslims, Christians, Jews and atheists – don’t espouse.

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