A Minnesota charter school focusing on Arabic and Middle Eastern culture does not violate state or federal law, but should better differentiate between the school day and voluntary Muslim prayer services, the Minnesota Education Department said after a substitute teacher alleged the school was offering religious instruction. "I believe this report vindicates what we have been saying all along in that we are not a Muslim school. We are not a religious school," said Asad Zaman, the school's executive director.

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