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Islamic song in public school raises eyebrows

The singing of an Islamic song in an Ottawa high school is now raising a number of eyebrows.

It has become clear that what was originally described as a peaceful welcoming song may not in fact be appropriate for Canadian public school students.

Before Christmas, various media outlets reported that students at De La Salle high school in downtown Ottawa performed a rendition of the song "Tala' al-Badru 'Alayna" at a Dec. 3 recital.

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