This is the Britain that British authorities have chosen. This is the Britain that they want. They refused to believe that Islamic supremacism existed. They refused to believe that Muslims would make any demands or threats against the prevailing non-Muslim culture. They stigmatized those who warned that they would as “bigots” and “Islamophobes.” When it turned out that the people who were issuing the warnings were right, they went into full appeasement mode before the supremacists; note that Tahir Alam dismisses all concern about this school as “Islamophobia.” He knows what buttons to push to make the dhimmi Brits fall into line.
“Islamic school militants ‘confiscated Easter eggs,’” by Stewart Whittingham, The Express, April 21 (thanks to Jas):
A mother of a pupil alleges “morality squads” of older boys confiscated chocolate and toys from younger children.
The woman, who asked not be named for fear of reprisals, told the Daily Express: “Older boys are going round in these morality squads telling off girls if they do not wear veils.
“They bully the girls and stop them mingling with boys in the playground.”
And she said gangs have clamped down on Easter celebrations. She said: “My daughter tried to bring in an Easter egg for a friend and one boy grabbed it and smashed it against a wall.
“Another girl of about 11 brought in a little Easter bunny toy that she wanted to show her friends. They grabbed that off her too.
“All talk of Christmas and other non-Muslim festivals is banned. The teachers just turn a blind eye to it.”
Park View School is at the centre of an inquiry into a “Trojan Horse” plot to “Islamise” secular state schools in Birmingham. A leaked report this weekend claims Ofsted is to place six schools, including Park View, on “special measures”.
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An anonymous letter claims the plot involved extremists ousting teachers and governors. Michael White, former head of maths at Park View, said: “I tried to stand up to them but I lost my job and house. I complained about them to the council but they didn’t want to know.”
There are suggestions the plot might also have crept into schools in Bradford and Manchester. It was announced yesterday that Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw is to take personal charge of the inquiry. His findings will be reported to Education Secretary Michael Gove.
Tahir Alam, one of the alleged leaders of the plot, called the claims a “witch hunt” and “fabrication” motivated by “Islamophobia”.
The results of the Ofsted probe will determine whether he remains chairman of governors at Park View and retains roles at other schools.
The Department for Education said: “We are investigating all evidence put to us in conjunction with Ofsted, Birmingham City Council and the police.” Former Scotland Yard anti-terrorism