Religious freedom experts pointed out that since 2009 more than 50,000 Christians have been killed in Nigeria, and in India between 200 and 400 churches and 3,500 Christian homes have been attacked just since last May.
In response to questions from The Christian Post, a spokesperson for Seattle Public Schools did not deny the event, but rather justified it by assuring the outlet that the quiz forcing students to affirm falsehoods wouldn't impact their final grades.
Glawdys Leger faces a fitness to practice hearing this week for refusing to teach LGBT ideology at a Church of England secondary school and for expressing her biblical beliefs on human sexuality in response to student questions.
‘This is an outrageous and totally unnecessary scandal,’ said Eyal Betzer, a local government official. The fire and safety authorities ‘suddenly raised unreasonable and illogical demands that couldn't be met in the short time remaining before the event.’