Monday, April 14, 2014

Muslims take over English schools

File this under Enemy Within.  For many years now, Muslims have been working to replace non-Muslims with Muslims in order to control the curriculum and impose Islamic teaching on the children.  The English government has just recently woken to the threat.  Hopefully they will not succumb to calls of Islamophobia as they clear out the Muslim invaders from the schools.  This is all part of the current global jihad to impose Sharia on all of humanity.


Did Muslim hardliners try to infiltrate and takeover TWENTY FIVE Birmingham schools? Probe into 'Trojan horse' plot expands

    Plot against Birmingham schools was uncovered in document last month
    Muslim extremists allegedly plotted to overthrow moderate school leaders
    Nicknamed Operation Trojan Horse, document told how to force staff out
    Probe into alleged hardline Muslim plot now been expanded to 25 schools
    Birmingham City Council appoints special adviser to probe allegations
    Children in schools in Manchester and Bradford may be at risk of similar plot
    Ofsted inspectors are told to fail any school that appears to be involved

By Harriet Arkell

Published: 07:59 EST, 14 April 2014 | Updated: 19:39 EST, 14 April 2014

Thousands of schoolchildren's education could have been threatened by a hardline Muslim plot to force out moderate school governors and heads and replace them with extremists.

It emerged today that 25 Birmingham schools are now being investigated for links to the alleged radicalisation plot, and while Birmingham City Council has refused to name the schools, some of which have upwards of 600 students, it means that vast numbers of pupils could have been at risk.

The number of schools allegedly involved rose today from 15 to 25 as Education Secretary Michael Gove is said to have told Ofsted inspectors to fail any school 'where religious conservatism is getting in the way of learning and a balanced curriculum'.

This afternoon Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg backed the investigations, saying schools should not be allowed to become 'silos of segregation'.

As the scale of the alleged plot became apparent, Birmingham City Council appointed a new chief adviser, former head teacher Ian Kershaw, to handle at least 200 complaints received in relation to the 'Trojan Horse' alleged plot to take over primary, secondary, and community schools as well as academies in the city.

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