Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Islamic radicals are in schools, government report says

It's about time the British government realizes that there are Islamic radicals throughout their education system, not to mention government itself.  The following article is a sad illustration of the clueless Brtitish governments response to the invasion.  Let this be a lesson to the rest of the West.

Unfortunately, the same is happening throughout Europe and North America.  Islamization has been going on for 30 plus years and we, the West are allowing it to happen like the hapless frog in a pot of slowly heated water.  Political Correctness and the fear of being branded a raciest have held back an open and honest assessment of the Islamic invasion.  Until we stand up for out values and nations, we will continue to be subverted by Islam.

Where will you be when the jihad hits the street?


Islamic radicals are in schools, government report says

Schools have been employing Islamist radicals and encouraging extremism, a government report has claimed.

By Duncan Gardham, Security Correspondent

8:43PM BST 07 Jun 2011

Its new counter-radicalisation strategy, Prevent, warned that some people who are supportive of terrorist groups and ideologies have “sought and sometimes gained positions in schools or in groups which work closely with young people.”

It said that new standards to be enforced by Ofsted should enable schools to take action against staff who demonstrate unacceptable views.

The Education Bill will also include a stronger focus on pupils’ “spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.”

The Prevent strategy quotes the example of Mohammed Sidique Khan, the leader of the July 7 bombers, who was a learning mentor at Hillside Primary School in Leeds.

Another example, not quoted, is that of Zahoor Iqbal, who was found guilty of helping a man planning to kidnap and execute a British soldier in Birmingham, and worked as an “achievement mentor” at Saltley School in the city.

The report says there has been no “systematic attempt to recruit or radicalise people in full time education in this country, either in the state or independent sector.”

But it warns that “at least three separate al-Qaeda-related operations in this country have involved people who, to varying extents, became involved in extremism while they were at school” – members of the fertiliser bomb plot, July 7 cell and the trans-Atlantic airlines plot.

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