‘Those bloody kuffars need to be put inÂ their place…’
With thanx to the Bunglawussy ‘Islamophobia Watch’ site
Colin Cook outside the Saudi school which sacked him for exposing the hate
The King Fahad Academy in West London was attended by the five children of infamous
Muslim cleric hate-preacher ‘Hippo’ Hamza among others
The school has vigorously denied encouraging any form of racial hatred. It insists that the offending passages in the books were “misinterpreted”.
* As usual. Lying in the face of a kuffar is a virtue for the Islamofascists..
After Mr Cook’s allegations in February last year, Dr Alyusuf went on BBC2’s Newsnight and told presenter Jeremy Paxman that she was aware of the books but refused to withdraw them because they had “good chapters that can be used by the teachers”.
Mr Cook told the hearing: “Dr Alyusuf simply lied about her knowledge of the contents of the books and tried to pretend that the books were not taught in the school. She failed to repudiate the racist views expressed in the books.
“The truth is she cannot go against the Saudi ministry of education. She is their puppet.”
Mr Cook said the Ofsted inspection in March 2006 failed to identify major issues including parental complaints, unqualified teachers and indiscipline.
He added: “The Ofsted report was very inadequate. This is partly due to what the Academy did not tell the inspectors and partly due to, at best, incompetence by Ofsted.”
He says he was sacked on trumpedup grounds in 2006 after he blew the whistle on the school for covering up cheating by pupils in a GCSE exam.
“In any normal workplace, an employee would not be sacked for whistle-blowing or indeed treated as a second-class citizen for not being Saudi Arabian,” he said.
“However, as the head of human resources put it, ‘This is not England. It is Saudi Arabia’.”
He said he had to teach 28 lessons a week when Saudi colleagues had between three and 12. He said that when he realised the school was not going to carry out a proper inquiry into the alleged GCSE cheating, he took his complaints to exam board Edexcel.
The school claimed Mr Cook failed to observe proper procedure and fired him for gross misconduct.