NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) — An emotional debate over whether Muslim students may wear hijab in Christian schools took a new turn last week (Jan. 24) when the Kenyan Supreme Court reversed a lower-court ruling that had allowed female students to wear Muslim headscarves to school.

The ruling comes amid a heightened push by Muslim leaders and civic groups for acceptance of head coverings in church-owned schools. Christian educators have been resisting the move, insisting that

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