A primary school infuriated parents after cancelling the traditional Christmas nativity play to make way for the Muslim festival of Eid.
Parents at the Nottingham school were told that the planned performance had to be pulled because some of the pupils wanted to celebrate Eid at home with their families.
No, it's not Islam or Islamism that enrages. Anybody and everybody can worship whichever version of the sky pilot they desire as far as I'm concerned. And it's certainly not the reaction of those Muslim parents that enrages.
Sajad Hussain, 35, of who has two children at the school said: 'My children will be off for the two days next week to see their family.
'It's not that complicated; they could have one event on one day and another on another day, they should have both celebrations at the school.'If you do not have both it becomes a racist thing and that's why you have to be careful if an issue is made out of it it could become nasty.'
An eminently sensible mixture of tolerance, pragmatism and a touch of scheduling. Very British in fact.
No, it's twits like this:
In a letter, sent by the staff at Greenwood Junior School, mothers and fathers were told: 'It is with much regret that we have had to cancel this year's Christmas performances.
'This is due to the Eid celebrations that take place next week and its effect on our performers.'
How did we end up with the education system run by people like this?