A British government inquiry has found that hardline Muslims tried to impose an "intolerant and aggressive" Islamic agenda on some schools in the city of Birmingham, including separation of boys and girls in lessons and banning Christmas celebrations.Look at how here, they're willing to use the word "conservative" to describe Muslims, and for the most dhimmified, that kind of conservatism is fine.
Some of the majority-Moslem schools invited speakers with known extremist views to assemblies and promoted organisations that would be categorised as 'extremist' under government classifications, according to the report by Peter Clarke, former head of London Metropolitan Police's Counter Terrorism Command.
Hardline Muslims also tried to force schools to install governors and teachers who would support a conservative Islamic religious agenda.
"There has been co-ordinated, deliberate and sustained action, carried out by a number of associated individuals, to introduce an intolerant and aggressive Islamic ethos into a few schools in Birmingham," Clarke said.It doesn't have to be education for jihad per se. It can just be the basic type of indoctrintion taught via the Koran, and that's horrible enough as it is.
He said he had not looked for evidence of terrorism, radicalisation or violent extremism, and he had not found any during the course of his investigation.
But he found "a number of people, associated with each other and in positions of influence in schools and governing bodies, who espouse, endorse or fail to challenge extremist views."
The report, released on Tuesday, cited instances where pupils were banned from singing and listening to music, and forbidden to draw faces in art classes.And the worst part is that some of the students must've eaten up all that propaganda. And we wonder how Britain becomes so bad?
It also gave evidence of lessons being segregated by sex and discrimination against non-Muslims. Some schools had cancelled Christmas celebrations.
Transcripts of electronic conversations between a group of male teachers at the schools showed evidence of homophobia and anti-western, anti-American and anti-Israeli attitudes.