Muslim head scarves trigger separation of church and state debate in France

12/4/2003 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

French lawmakers are considering banning Muslim head scarves in public schools to uphold the country's secularist traditions. The Roman Catholic Church has allied with Muslims against such a law out of concern it could jeopardize state subsidies to private schools, most of which are Catholic.

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