He did this at an Islamic school and at a mosque, and “nobody at any of the institutions raised the alarm and Mr Haydon also suggested they had failed to cooperate fully with the investigation.”
What a surprise. Mr Haydon assumes he is dealing with loyal, patriotic Muslim Britons. Could there be jihad sympathizers among them? To Mr Hayden and his ilk, that is inconceivable. He and his ilk are in for a rude surprise, but they may be too busy hunting for “Islamophobic hate crimes” to pay much attention.
“Teacher tried to raise army of jihadist children at school rated as outstanding,” by Martin Evans, Telegraph, March 2, 2018:
Ofsted marked a fee-paying Islamic school as outstanding while one of its teachers was trying to raise an “army” of jihadi children, it can be revealed.
Umar Haque, 25, has been convicted of plotting to attack iconic British landmarks such as Big Ben and Heathrow Airport.
But police have said he was also aiming to recruit children from the two schools and the mosque where he taught in East London to carry out future jihad in the UK.
Haque was employed as an administrator and Religious Education teacher at the private Lantern of Knowledge Secondary School in Leyton, east London, between September 2015 and September 2016.
During the period he was at the school it received glowing Ofsted reports, with inspectors praising its “strong sense of community, harmony and respect”.
Haque also worked at the Ripple Road mosque in Barking – which was attended by London Bridge terrorist, Khurum Butt, as well as the Hafs Academy in Newham….
Nobody at any of the institutions raised the alarm and Mr Haydon also suggested they had failed to cooperate fully with the investigation….