The Daily Mail, and probably everyone involved, sees this exclusively as a racial issue, but it isn’t. If Henry Webster had converted to Islam, it is extremely unlikely that Wasif Khan and Amjad Qazi would have continued persecuting him. The Muslim (“Asian”) students in the school were “radicalised and hostile.” “Radicalised” as what? The Daily Mail gives no hint as to the answer, but the answer is clear: these students were Islamic supremacist thugs who preyed upon non-Muslim students while the dhimmi school administration stood by and wrung its hands about how it would be accused of “racism” if it did anything about it. This shows the usefulness of the charge of “racism” to Islamic jihadists and supremacists, and the necessity of constantly restating the plain fact that the Islamic jihad is not a race, and resistance to it is not a racial issue, but is rather a defense of the legal equality of all people against the Sharia supremacists who would extinguish that equality.
“Parents seek Â£1m for hammer attack on white son at ‘race bullies’ school,” by Daniel Bates for the Daily Mail, October 21 (thanks to Joel):
A white pupil was battered with a hammer at a school where politically correct teachers were afraid to deal with racial tensions, the High Court heard yesterday.
Henry Webster, 15, suffered a fractured skull and brain damage after being set upon by a gang of Asian youths.
Twelve people were jailed over the 2007 attack, but Mr Webster’s parents have now brought a civil action against Ridgeway Foundation School near Swindon.
They claim there was a negligent failure to maintain proper discipline and deal with racial tension and are seeking compensation of up to Â£1million.
The family’s lawyers told the court a ‘culture of racist bullying and harassment’ built up around a 30-strong gang called the ‘Asian Invasion’.
Teachers were too anxious about being seen as bigoted to intervene, but white pupils were branded ‘racist’ by the acting headmaster and given harsher punishments.
Robert Glancey, QC, representing the family, said tensions escalated after the July 7 London bombings in 2005 and when more Asian pupils joined the school, some of whom were ‘radicalised and hostile’.
Racial intimidation and violence became a ‘feature of the life of the school’ with eruptions of ‘extreme acts of violence’, it was alleged.
Asians were ‘encouraged’ to separate from white pupils and formed a gang that would laugh at and abuse them.
Serious incidents included a riot on the playing field in May 2006, which led to armed police attending the school.
At the same time, white pupils received unfair treatment, the court was told. One boy was disciplined for wearing an England shirt.
Mr Glancey said: ‘There were a large number of incidents, events, complaints and warnings which would or should have made any school which was being reasonably competent realise there was a serious problem with racism, violence security, discipline and misbehaviour.’…
Among the 12 jailed for between eight months and eight years for GBH and ABH over the incident were Wasif Khan, 18, and Amjad Qazi, 19.
They were the eldest members of the group which attacked Mr Webster and were not pupils at the school. Instead they journeyed to there after a series of text messages and phone calls from Asian pupils….