Sunday, July 19, 2009

Christian teacher tells of race slurs by pupils aged 8

Nicholas Kafouris says he was forced out after highlighting the rise in racism among pupils at Bigland Green Primary school in East London

Political correctness driven by abject cowardice best describes this latest submission to Islam by (formerly great) Britain. It is unfortunately just the latest in a long string of groveling concessions to Muslims in Britain. Now, eight year old Muslim school children have been allowed to harass, denigrate and drive out a white male Christian teacher. These young children glorified Islamic suicide bombers and terrorists, something they must learn at home. If such hatred is seen in grade school children, they must live in a community that overwhelmingly approves of Islamic terrorism against the West.

When, when will Western governments accept that Islam is on it's greatest Jihad and making great strides toward it's ultimate goal of imposing Sharia on all of humanity? Daily, Islam is making advances in it's global Jihad against the non-Muslim world of the Kiffar.


Christian teacher tells of race slurs by pupils aged 8
By Luke Salkeld and Laura Clark

A teacher claims he has been sacked for reprimanding pupils who made racist remarks about his being a Christian.

Nicholas Kafouris said he lost his £30,000-a-year post because he would not tolerate the 'openly racist' behaviour of pupils as young as eight.
He said the predominantly Muslim youngsters openly praised Islamic extremists in class, and hailed the September 11 terrorists as 'heroes and martyrs'.
Greek-born Mr Kafouris, 40, taught for more than ten years at Bigland Green Primary in Tower Hamlets, East London, where according to the most recent Ofsted report 'almost all' the 465 pupils are from ethnic minorities and a vast proportion do not speak English as a first language.

He is taking the school, its headmistress and assistant head to an employment tribunal where he will claim he was forced out after highlighting the rise in racism among pupils.

In 2006, said Mr Kafouris, he brushed against a boy while giving him a book.
'He said rather brusquely to me, "Don't touch me, you're a Christian". I found this very offensive.'

Later that year, he said children aged eight and nine in his class praised the suicide bombers in the 9/11 attacks.
'In late November and December 2006, many various unacceptable and openly racist, anti-Semitic and anti-Christian remarks were being made by many and various children in Year 4,' he said.

'These included, "We want to be Islamic bombers when we grow up", "the Twin Towers bombers are heroes and martyrs", "we hate the Jews" and "we hate the Christians".'

And in January 2007, he claims some pupils 'expressed delight' that a child had died when a wall collapsed on him in London.