Obama appointed Muslim visits “future British leaders” in Trojan Horse school

WTF? What business does the Obama regime have to send a ‘Muslim representative” to a British school that has been infiltrated by MuBro operatives? People, is anyone awake?

“It’s great to meet the future British leaders that will work with our American leaders.”–Shaarik Zafar, US Secretary of State John Kerry’s special representative to Muslim Communities,

Trojan Horse school in visit by top US diplomat to improve Muslim relations

Shaarik Zafar, US Secretary of State John Kerry’s special representative to Muslim Communities, met with pupils and staff at Park View – one of the five schools plunged in special measures by education watchdog Ofsted in April last year.

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The man tasked with boosting America’s relationship with Muslim communities across the globe has paid a visit to a Birmingham school at the centre of the Trojan Horse scandal.

Shaarik Zafar, US Secretary of State John Kerry’s special representative to Muslim Communities, met with pupils and staff at Park View – one of the five schools plunged in special measures by education watchdog Ofsted in April last year.

Park View is battling back after the allegations of a plot by hardline Muslims to take over governing bodies, and is set to change its name to Rockwood Academy in September.

Mr Zafar was treated by pupils at the Alum Rock school to an improvised performance of Snow Patrol’s Chasing Cars after he admitted he had seen the band perform live in Washington.

Pupils also sang him the school’s new song, entitled ‘Together’, which was penned by the students themselves. It features verses in English, Mandarin, Urdu and Spanish.

He also joined in a debate with pupils about the role young Muslims can play in British society and the challenges that they face.

One pupil, who did not wish to be named, said: “Some people judge us because of our headscarves but in our eyes we’re British.

“The young children joining our school need to know that they have the same opportunities as everybody else and they shouldn’t let anybody put them down.”

Mr Zafar said he was “thrilled” to meet the pupils at the predominantly Muslim school.

“Muslims are a part of Britain – this is a very British school and I’m honoured to be here,” he added. “Dialogue between communities of all faith is essential – the more we break down barriers and stereotypes the better.

“The students here are clearly very proud Brits – that comes across very strongly.

“It’s great to meet the future British leaders that will work with our American leaders.

“I wish that I had been as confident and well-spoken at their age.

“For all young people of any faith there are challenges and there are opportunities.

“Park View is a unique place and the children here have a terrific opportunity to get a first class education, and I look forward to hearing more about the work that this school is doing in the future”.

Adrian Packer, executive headteacher at the school, added: “We are working hard to forge new relationships with other communities.

“Playing our small part in developing the special relationship between the UK and the US is an exciting prospect for our students.

“Mr Zafar has committed to fostering more links between Park View and other similar schools, businesses and community groups in the US.

“We are grateful to him for showing such a personal interest in the positive work we are doing.”

It comes as the school has just appointed a new permanent head teacher, Fuzel Choudhury, who will leave his current job as vice principal of Q3 Academy in Great Barr in September to take over the reins.

Waheed Saleem, chairman of the board of directors at CORE Education Trust – the organisation which runs Park View – said the school was making good progress.

“The turnaround isn’t going to happen overnight,” he said. “If you are changing the culture or significant issues of any organisation it isn’t going to happen in six months.

“It’s a journey we have to go through but we are on the right path.”

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