Ireland under the burqa

You will not believe the demands this muslim wacademic is making on Catholic Schools in Ireland

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Moving in not just to rearrange the furniture but to destroy and to replace it with Islam.

A Muslim ‘academic’ not only calls on Catholic schools in Ireland to allow Muslim students to wear Islamic headbags in school, he also wants the religious crests on school uniforms to be removed.

6Independent (h/t Susan K)  Trinity College Muslim lecturer Dr Ali Selim said: “The headbag (hijab) for Muslims is an essential aspect of character. Depriving Muslims of the right to wear hijabs is very threatening to their identity.”

Update:

Nick Clegg: Teaching ‘British values’ in schools could upset moderate Muslims 

There is no cure for somebody that stupid.

A Lib Dem source said: “Singling out one faith in this way could give rise to Islamophobia, and ultimately could make our country less safe. Nick Clegg believes that moderate Muslims in Britain are the best antidote to extremism …More islamophobiaphobia and sundry muslim victim baggage at The Independent thanks to Mullah, pbuh

clegg-britishness

(Gee, that’s funny, allowing Muslim students to attend Catholic schools is very threatening to Catholic students’ well-being)

Although there is no legal ban on the hijab in Irish schools, Dr Selim said wearing the headscarf is a “divine obligation” for Muslim girls and urged schools to be more flexible about incorporating it as part of their uniform.

(“Flexible?” When I can wear a bikini on a Saudi beach, we’ll talk, maybe)

“In today’s society we need to apply a more pluralistic approach when it comes to the school uniform,” said Dr Selim, who has lived in Ireland since 1999 and formerly served as Secretary General of the Irish Council of Imams.

(Show me a muslim country that doesn’t discriminate against Christians and other religious minorities, otherwise STFU)

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Dr Selim, whose five children attend Catholic schools, also wants religious crests on school uniforms to be removed. “Sometimes our school uniform might have a religious identity. If I don’t believe in this religious identity does this put me in a difficult situation with regard to my faith values. In order to provide children with an inclusive educational environment these obstacles need to be removed.”

 (NO, it’s Muslims who need to be removed)

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Dr Selim, who is also the author of a new book called Islam and Education in Ireland, also accused some Catholic schools of having discriminatory admission policies. “Admission policy . . . is a practice of discrimination in my understanding,” he said in reference to the 1998 Education Act. 

(It’s NOT discrimination, it’s Catholics being Catholic in Catholic schools)
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However, Iona Institute director David Quinn, who attended the launch, said he had “issues” with Dr Selim’s views. He said that while Muslim parents have the right to send their children to Catholic schools, the ethos and identity of the school should not be compromised.

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Mr Quinn told the Sunday Independent: “A faith school is by definition set up to mainly cater for children of the faith of the school.” There are now more than 60,000 Muslims living in Ireland, making it the fastest growing community in the country.

 (Huge mistake)

Update:

Iftikhar Ahmad: British Schooling Is the Home of ‘Institutional Racism’

Working diligently to remove all infidel resistance to Mohammedan demands, no matter how outrageous, zebiba boy Iftikhar Ahmad has been whiteanting western society from the day he arrived:

By: Rachel Molschky

Iftikhar Ahmad's profile photo from his Facebook page.

Iftikhar Ahmad’s profile photo from his Facebook page.

According to Iftikhar Ahmad, master propagandist for Islamic schooling, Britain is racist.

This is interesting considering the fact that some years back, a Gallup poll found that British Muslims are the most anti-Western, despite Britain being the least ‘Islamophobic’ country, and David Cameron’s assurance to the British public that Islam has nothing to do with Islamic terrorism, a reoccurring theme in his speeches, much like hisannual Ramadan greetings and praise for British Muslims. If Britain’s frowning upon its Muslim citizens running off to join ISIS and counter-terror measures to try to stop them from returning is racist or ‘Islamophobic’, then so be it. But British schooling?

Long before the Trojan Horse plot came to light, our own Paul Wilkinson wrote on the Islamization of British schools in British Education System: The New Start of the Islamisation Processand The Blueprint to Islamise State Education, where he examined the Muslim Council of Britain’s demands on the British schooling system such as removing Christianity yet adding Islam, building prayer and washing rooms for Muslim students, gender segregation, teaching Arabic, and providing Halal meals, which most schools already offer. In fact, in certain places, Halal food has been given to the general student population, Muslim and non-Muslim alike. To the best of my knowledge, no school has ever given Kosher meals to all students, nor would Jewish parents ever expect such a thing.

Paul Austin Murphy has written extensively on the Muslim Council of Britain and the Trojan Horse plot in The Muslim Council of Britain Linked to School Takeover Plot, as well as on Ahmad in Iftikhar Ahmad says: Islamise UK schools!. We have also dealt with Iftikhar in the past. (SeeDo Not Be Fooled by Muslim Propaganda.) And now he’s left his thoughts on our Facebook page, clearly indicating his aversion to assimilation, along with dramatic accusations and a failure to acknowledge both the Trojan Horse plot and the great lengths British authorities have gone to in order to appease Muslims in the schooling system:

British schooling is the home of institutional racism and British teachers are chicken racist. This is one of the main reason why Muslims, Hindus and Sikh communities have been setting up their own schools with their own teachers. Even Black community is thinking of setting up its own schools with Black teachers.

Nearly 88,000 racist incidents were recorded in Britain’s schools between 2007 and 2011, the BBC has found.

Data from 90 areas shows 87,915 cases of racist bullying, which can include name calling and physical abuse.

Sarah Soyei, of the anti-racism educational charity, Show Racism the Red Card (SRRC), said: “Unfortunately, the numbers of recorded racist incidents are just the tip of the iceberg.

“Racism is a very real issue in many classrooms around the country, but cases of racist bullying are notoriously underreported.

“Often teachers may not be aware of racism in their classrooms because victims are scared of reporting them out of fear of making the situation worse.” Many local education authorities say that the increase in reported incidents – up until 2010/11 when the guidance changed – is due to better recording methods.

However, anti-racism charities say that it is a growing problem in many regions.

“We are seeing a real increase in racism in some areas which is down to factors like a growth of Islamaphobia in society which is filtering into classrooms,” said Ms Soyei.

“Racism towards eastern European and gypsy and traveller communities is also on the increase,” she added. British schooling is the home of institutional racism and British teachers are chicken racist. This is one of the main reason why Muslims, Hindus and Sikh communities have been setting up their own schools with their own teachers. Even Black community is thinking of setting up its own schools with Black teachers. Nearly 88,000 racist incidents were recorded in Britain’s schools between 2007 and 2011, the BBC has found. Data from 90 areas shows 87,915 cases of racist bullying, which can include name calling and physical abuse. Sarah Soyei, of the anti-racism educational charity, Show Racism the Red Card (SRRC), said: “Unfortunately, the numbers of recorded racist incidents are just the tip of the iceberg. “Racism is a very real issue in many classrooms around the country, but cases of racist bullying are notoriously underreported. “Often teachers may not be aware of racism in their classrooms because victims are scared of reporting them out of fear of making the situation worse.” Many local education authorities say that the increase in reported incidents – up until 2010/11 when the guidance changed – is due to better recording methods. However, anti-racism charities say that it is a growing problem in many regions. “We are seeing a real increase in racism in some areas which is down to factors like a growth of Islamaphobia in society which is filtering into classrooms,” said Ms Soyei. “Racism towards eastern European and gypsy and traveller communities is also on the increase,” she added.

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