Next Friday, the students of the third year of SBS The Duizenpootjes in the inner street on step by Aalst. They visit the most important buildings of the city: the town hall, the belfort, the Sint-martinus Church, and they jump also go inside the Turkish mosque in the inner street.
Some parents of students are now going to complain to the management. “It bothers me especially that the school is not open about communicating. We get a note that it is a walking tour, but as a catholic, I know that it is still like that a mosque is being visited. A few years back, my son came home after the ‘tour’, it turned out that they had prayed in the mosque. That's going too far, I think,” says Glenn Blondeel. With the management he now agreed that his daughter be allowed to walk, but that her mommy life as a mentor.Truancy against moskeebezoek
The Duizendpootjes is a stadsschool, and therefore falls under the jurisdiction of the alderman of Education mr Karim Van Overmeire (N-VA), that of the promotion of Aalsters DNA the spearhead of the policy of the city has made. He gets the wind from the front of Steve Herman of Vlaams belang. “I support, of course, the parents in their protest, and call the school, and our ships of Education, mr Karim Van Overmeire on to the moskeebezoek because not relevant and not appropriate for the ‘from aalst DNA’”, says Steve Herman (VB). “If it is not in a shelter being provided for students who do not meet the moskeebezoek wish to take part, I call on to truancy against the islamization of our society. I will ships of the Scope is reasonable on the following council question about whether or not mandatory moskeebezoeken of urban Education in Aalst.”