092908muslims.jpgMuslim families who want two days out of the year to be official school holidays are facing stiff resistance from Mayor Bloomberg, who has repeatedly said that students should not have any more days off. Public schools are closed on major Christian and Jewish holidays, and some Muslims say it's unfair that none of their holidays are observed. The Staten Island Advance reports that on Friday a group called The Coalition for Muslim School Holidays pressed the City Council for two days off: the final day of Ramadan and Eid Ul-Adha, which marks the culmination of the Hajj. Bloomberg insists that if Muslim holidays are made official, the door would be opened for other religious groups to demand their days off; it's a safe bet that Festivus adherents are following the situation closely.