Catholic U. responds to lawsuit charging Muslim


Catholic University has been hit with a human rights complaint filed by a lawyer charging that the school has “illegally discriminated” against Muslim students because it has failed to make available rooms for prayer that have no Catholic religious symbols, the Washington Post reports. The suit was filed by lawyer John F. Banzhaf III, a public interest law professor at George Washington University who has filed, with his students, hundreds of legal actions over a range of topics. Muslims are the third largest student group at Catholic University, with only Catholics and Protestants ahead. The number of Muslim students went from 41 in 2006 to 91 this fall…

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