As has been noted on here, a federal appeals court has reversed a federal judge's opinion that a young woman named Angela Hildenbrand could not legally pray on the podium during her graduation ceremony. Court Lifts Ban On Texas Graduation Prayer : NPR On June 6th, Hildenbrand delivered her address and prayer: Prayer Steals the Show at Texas Graduation | CitizenLink (A video can also be found at the link). I disagree, but respect the court's ruling, and I have to admire this young woman for fighting for something she felt was right. However, now that this precedent has been set and the legality of the matter is not in dispute, would you accept a Muslim student calling their classmates to prayer at the podium of their graduation? If not, how (in your opinion) is it different? I started a separate thread on this after noticing that some members of the forum discussing the issue wouldn't answer that simple question. Hats off to Alliebaba who did.