Scotland: Minister Hamza Yusuf accuses kindergarten of racial discrimination

Scotland: Minister Hamza Yusuf accuses kindergarten of racial discrimination

Scottish Health Minister Hamza Yusuf has publicly complained about alleged racial or religious discrimination. A kindergarten in a suburb of the city of Dundee rejected its two-year-old daughter and other Muslim children – allegedly because there was no more free space. Soon after, other families with “white, Scottish names” were approved.

In an interview with Channel 4, Yusuf no longer expressed his understanding. He believed that it was a case of discrimination. “I don’t know if it’s based on ethnicity or my daughter’s questionable religion,” Joseph said in an interview excerpt published on Twitter, which was also stated by the Scottish Prime Minister. nicola sturgeon shared. “Give us an explanation, we don’t want any more,” demanded the 36-year-old, who was born in Glasgow, and her parents Pakistan And Kenya Come.

He also sought an explanation as to why Muslim families were not even given forms for possible admission later. Kindergarten has not yet given a reason.

According to Channel 4, Kindergarten denied the allegations. One is proud to be “open to all and inclusive” and rejects claims to the contrary.

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