Comments:Halloween events banned at Moscow schools
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I totally agree... well done, lets hope the UK follows soon with the same stance.
Im not so sure, while i agree with secular society i never thought of halloween as anything more than abit of fun, if the activities are secular they should be allowed, meaning teachers could hold secular activities if they wanted to. But their stance is much better than a non-secular stance. *looks at my old schools where mass/christmass prayers where obligatory and tries to pretend america just isnt there*--126.96.36.199 16:32, 1 November 2007 (UTC)