Supreme Court Rules Imam Can Recite Entire Surah Baqara In First Rakah On High School Football Field

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The Supreme Court of the United States dealt a 6-3 win for a Washington state Imam, allowing him to recite the longest chapter of the Quran in the first rakah during congregational prayer on a high school football field.

The Supreme Court of the United States dealt a 6-3 win for a Washington state Imam, allowing him to recite the longest chapter of the Quran in the first rakah during congregational prayer on a high school football field.

Critics say the court’s decision further erodes the nation’s separation of church and state, and many worshippers claim it erodes their ability to stand still in the congregation for an extended period of time.

“This has got to be the strangest version of the national anthem i’ve heard,” remarked one frustrated parent in the stand watching the game.

“When he recited that one thing about ‘Deaf, Dumb, and Blind,’ I wonder if he was talking about these terrible refs.”

The Imam then extended his arm out as a way to stop the band from marching in front of him, but inadvertently clotheslined the entire drumline.

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