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Muslim girls wearing the hijab in primary school will be asked why by inspectors.The reason they give will then be written in schools reports amid fears girls are being forced by their parents.A survey by The Sunday Times found 18 per cent of 800 primary schools, including Church of England primaries, include the hijab in their uniform policy.Across England's 17,000 primary schools the figure is likely to run into thousands.If someone were to ask me which professional player had the best Two-Handed Backhand of all time, the first player to come to mind would be Andre Agassi.In fact, many professional players with great backhands have emulated their backhand after Agassi.This is despite the fact a hijab is usually only worn by young women after puberty and in front of men for modesty reasons - not by primary school children.
Previously he would drink wine and celebrated Christmas, even wearing a Santa-type hat (left) on a Christmas Day trip.An official investigation found that Mr Green made 'inaccurate and misleading' statements about whether porn had been found on his office computers in 2008.His fall from high office is the culmination of a decade-long feud with former Met Police assistant commissioner Bob Quick, who raided his parliamentary office back in 2008 as part of a probe into Home Office leaks.You should only do something if you want to and understand the concept behind it.'But the local authorities are too scared to go back and our government has allowed this to be part of the school policy and that's wrong.
They are allowing decisions to be made by schools and local authorities which is worrying and they are trying to wash their hands of all responsibility.'Gina Khan, a children's rights campaigner in Birmingham, added: 'Schools are allowing it because they are afraid of being called Islamophobic and they have been told that this is a religious garment - but they need to support Muslim girls to have free choices, not to be set apart from other children.' Aisha Ali-Khan, a Muslim feminist campaigner and a teacher for 13 years, told Mail Online: 'The hijab should be banned from primary schools but local authorities are afraid of causing offence to the Muslim community and afraid of being branded as racist'Amina Lone, a Muslim former Labour parliamentary candidate, said: 'In an Islamic context, the hijab is commonly understood as being for females after they reach the age of puberty.