The Ministry of Education has on Tuesday announced that school sessions will not be held for students in grades 9 and under during the month of Ramadan.
The regulations that they released further state that school sessions for grades 10 to 12 should begin after 9am and should last a duration of three hours per day.
The ministry also ordered schools to ensure that no activites are held at the times of Maghrib and Ishaa prayers, and that any activities that are held at night should be held in such a way that allows students to attend Tharaaveeh prayers – special prayers held after Ishaa during Ramadan – as well as the weekly sermons organised by the government.
5 thoughts on “Government closes school for grades 9 and under during Ramadan”
Very bad for the students.
Double standards in religion. Nothing new here though.
That's right. Keep the general population ignorant. The Camels and their handlers will find their life a lot easier, if there are no upcoming generations who would ask ungodly questions!
I dont get the thing about camals?
The only thing our local kaafirs are good at is mocking at people...
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