I wonder if this will get publicized in western media:
It’s a letter from a group of imams about teaching evolution/creationism in US schools. (Link here.)
Those who believe in a literal interpretation of scriptural account of creation are free to teach their perspective in their homes, religious institutions and parochial schools. To teach it in the public schools would be indoctrinating a particular religious point of view in an environment that is supposed to be free of such indoctrination.
We believe that the timeless truths of the Qur’an may comfortably coexist with the discoveries of modern science.
We ask that science remain science and that religion remain religion, two very different, but complementary, forms of truth.
Probably not, since it’s not about Muslims bombing/killing/insulting or generally doing something bad.