The ‘extremist’ schools we can’t close: Four Muslim colleges ordered to shut down by the Government use the courts to defy ministers

In Australia we have at least as many Muslim schools that should have been shut down long ago. They teach the same poison and embezzle taxpayer funds in order to fund the global jihad.

Four Islamic schools ordered to close following fears over extremism or pupil safety continue to operate because the Government is powerless to shut them down, the Daily Mail can reveal.  Several Islamic schools were ordered to close by the Department for Education after a series of critical Ofsted reports. But the four appealed to the courts, which allows them to continue operating until a ruling is made.

They could continue operating for months, if not years, after launching legal appeals against closure. One allegedly taught girls that men can beat their wives. Another distributed leaflets saying music is an ‘act of the devil’.

The four fee-paying independent establishments include a girls’ boarding school, Jamia al-Hudaa in Nottingham, that was ordered to close last month after Ofsted found books in the library by individuals banned from entering Britain.

Ministers told the 237-pupil school it must close its boarding facilities immediately and stop accepting new pupils. But in a letter seen by the Mail, Jamia al-Hudaa defiantly told parents it will ‘take a stand’ against its closure and has launched a £300,000 appeal to fund its legal costs. Parents were told to ‘unite’ against the ‘biased and unfair’ Government. A spokesman for the school claimed it is a victim of a ‘highly politicised agenda’ against Islamic schools across the UK.

At Darul Uloom in Birmingham, inspectors found a large number of leaflets ‘containing highly concerning and extremist views’. It remains open five years after concerns were first raised…the school, which has more than 100 pupils, said it disputes the Ofsted reports…

Darul Uloom in Leicester, a boys’ boarding school with nearly 150 pupils, inspectors found that ‘pupils hold stereotypical views on gender and careers’ and are not prepared for life in modern Britain. The school, which did not respond to a request to comment, has already received £176,000 from parents and other supporters in an online campaign to keep it open.

Jamia al-Hudaa boys’ boarding school in Sheffield was ordered to close after inspectors criticised its limited curriculum and unsafe facilities. It, too, did not respond to requests to comment.

Tory MP Philip Hollobone said: ‘Readers will be shocked that there is a loophole that allows these schools to carry on as if nothing has happened.’ His colleague Peter Bone called for emergency legislation to close the schools immediately…

The DfE confirmed the schools were taken off the register but closure is automatically lifted when an appeal is launched…

They taught us it was OK for a wife to be raped

By Mail Investigations Reporter

A Former pupil at Jamia al-Hudaa school in Nottingham says she was taught that women can be raped and beaten by their husbands and that music is the voice of the devil.

Sara Adam – not her real name – says the girls’ boarding school was ‘like a prison’ where girls are ‘entirely isolated from the outside world’ and simply ‘trained to become subservient housewives’.

She said: ‘We were not taught geography, history or music and in art we just did knitting. We were banned from drawing anything with eyes.

The four fee-paying independent establishments include a girls’ boarding school, Jamia al-Hudaa in Nottingham, pictured, that was ordered to close last month after Ofsted found books in the library by individuals banned from entering Britain

‘There was no sex education and we were taught that evolution was a belief of devil worshippers and atheists. Most of our day was spent doing Islamic studies.’

Miss Adam, who does not want her face pictured for fear of retribution from within her community, left Jamia al-Hudaa more than a decade ago. But the school, which has 237 pupils, continues to operate under the same leadership, despite whistleblowers repeatedly raising concerns.

Last month Aliyah Saleem, now 27, told the Mail how she was expelled from the school for owning a disposable camera.

She said she was taught that Jews and Christians ‘make God angry’.

Miss Adam recalled how when she was a pupil, two girls aged 14 and 16 were put into solitary confinement for three weeks after teachers suspected they were lesbians.

 There was no sex education and we were taught that evolution was a belief of devil worshippers and atheists. Most of our day was spent doing Islamic studies.–Sara Adam
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When she was 13, Miss Adam fell and broke her collarbone but no doctor was called and her parents were not informed. She was given paracetamol and told to ‘sleep it off’. This, she claims, was because her teachers did not want outsiders in the school.

Teachers would carry out regular spot-checks of the girls’ dormitories, and ‘lift up our mattresses and look underneath like they do in prisons’.

‘They found my personal diary,’ Miss Adam said. ‘I was told off by teachers because in the summer holidays before I joined the school, I wrote that I fancied a boy I saw on the Disney Channel.

‘The teacher said it was forbidden to like boys at my age – especially if they are “kuffars” [a derogatory term to describe non-Muslims].’

Her diary was eventually returned with a third of the pages torn out.

Miss Adam said: ‘We were basically trained to be mindless zombies who submit to their husbands. I was lucky because, after calling my parents every night in tears, they eventually pulled me out of the school.

‘It is disgusting that a school like this is still open – and my fear is there are many more.’

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