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Joe Biden wants Islam to be taught more in schools.

Joe Biden said that schools should teach Islamic as well as all other confessional faiths like different denominations of Christianity and Judaism.

Joe Biden said that schools should teach Islamic as well as all other confessional faiths like different denominations of Christianity and Judaism. In a speech at the virtual Million Muslim Votes Summit in July, likely democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden, said that he wished that schools in America taught more about the Islamic faith itself. This statement was misinterpreted by many conservatives and Christians as a call for more Americans to follow the Islamic faith. However, this is untrue. Biden indented to convey the importance of learning more about the Islamic faith, not following it because it has the same foundational values as other confessional faiths such as Christianity and Judaism.

Therefore, it is a misleading fact that Biden called for more Islam to be taught in schools. Rather, he called for schools to teach more about the Islamic faith.

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