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Danish Muslim parents have no objection to their kids enjoying Christmas church services
A new study by the University of Copenhagen shows that 80 percent of the multicultural schools in Denmark celebrate Christmas by attending a festive-themed service in a church, reports Kristeligt Dagblad.
A survey among parents with Muslim backgrounds suggests most are positive about their children's participation in Christian Christmas traditions.
In fact, the most resistance against religious rituals was noted among Danish families of non-believers, said Brian Arly Jacobsen, an associate professor at the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies at the university.
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