Muslims at Catholic University complain about crosses

I don't know what's sillier; Muslims attending a Christian university expecting to find space in the school's public areas without Christian symbols, or the DC Commission on Human Rights taking this complaint seriously. Fox News: The complaint was filed by John Banzhaf, an attorney and professor at George Washington University Law School. Banzhaf has been involved in previous litigation against the school involving the same-sex residence halls. He also alleged in his complaint involving Muslim students that women at the university were being discriminated against. You can read more on those allegations by clicking here. Banzhaf said some Muslim students were particularly offended because they had to meditate in the school's chapels "and at the cathedral that looms over the entire campus - the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception." "It shouldn't be too difficult somewhere on the campus for the university to set aside a small room where Muslims can pray without...(Read Full Post)