It’s amazing that in Abject Britannia this story would even raise an eyebrow. Why is anyone upset that Ibrahim Hewitt said that Sharia would be considered in child abuse cases? British authorities have been pandering to Islamic supremacists and kowtowing to Sharia for years. This is only coming to light now because of the larger scandal regarding the Islamization of state schools. If that effort hadn’t started receiving unfavorable publicity, Ibrahim Hewitt would be happily applying Sharia at Al-Aqsa school while British authorities congratulated him on his extraordinary contributions to British society and congratulated themselves on their tolerance and multiculturalism.
“Child abuse policy at school run by Muslim hardliner was based on sharia: Islamic scholars were to be consulted in welfare cases,” by Jonathan Petre and Abul Taher, Daily Mail, October 11, 2014:
A school run by a Muslim hardliner was citing sharia in its child protection policies, it emerged yesterday.
Ofsted inspectors found that Al-Aqsa school in Leicester operated on the basis that ‘Ulama’ – Islamic scholars – should be consulted in child abuse and welfare cases, as well as ‘relevant outside agencies’.
The school – founded by Ibrahim Hewitt, an Islamist fundamentalist who says homosexuals should be lashed – declared ‘sharia and the law of the land will be the prime arbiters in child protection concerns’.
This raised the prospect of a different level of protection for Muslim children, said critics.
Ofsted made it clear only British law should be followed.
The school then revised its protection policy to exclude references to sharia law.
Ofsted had been sent into the £1,800-a-year independent school, which has 260 pupils aged three to 13, after the Department for Education ordered an inspection following the exposure of Hewitt’s extremist views by The Mail on Sunday earlier this year….