Designated terrorist group CAIR wants Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association (MPSSAA) to change their their whole policy on sports uniforms just to accommodate one Muslim student. And they want school officials to undergo “Muslim sensitivity” training from CAIR.
Washington Post “There is obviously a need to update the existing policy so that Muslim ‘athletes’ may practice their faith without such unfortunate incidents occurring,” said CAIR Maryland Outreach Manager Dr. Zainab Chaudry. “Athletic officials should also undergo diversity training to ensure that they are compliant with the religious needs of the Muslim student population.”
The Muslim student in question, Je’Nan Hayes, a junior in her first season playing organized basketball, was not allowed to play because she wears an Islamic supremacist headbag as part of her Muslim faith.
Before the contest, the head official informed Adams of a rule requiring a state-signed waiver before she could play again. according to the National Federation of State High School Associations rule book, regulated at the state level.
“I felt discriminated against, and I didn’t feel good at all,” Hayes said. “If it was some reason like my shirt wasn’t the right color or whatever, then I’d be like, ‘Okay.’ But because of my religion it took it to a whole different level, and I just felt that it was not right at all.”