From theÂ Daily Express/thanks to Esmeralda
EASTER eggs and bunnies were seized at a school at the centre of a takeover plot by Islamic hardliners, it was claimed yesterday. Park View School is at the centre of an inquiry into a “Trojan Horse” plot to “Islamise” secular state schools in Birmingham.
A mother of a pupil alleges Â“morality squads” of older boys Âconfiscated chocolate and toys from younger children.
The woman, who asked not be named for fear of reprisals, told the Daily Express: “Older boys are going round in these morality squads telling off girls if they do not wear veils. They bully the girls and stop them mingling with boys in the playground.”
And she said gangs have clamped down on Easter celebrations. She said: “My daughter tried to bring in an Easter egg for a friend and one boy grabbed it and smashed it against a wall. Another girl of about 11 brought in a little Easter bunny toy that she wanted to show her friends. They grabbed that off her too. All talk of Christmas and other non-Muslim festivals is banned. The teachers just turn a blind eye to it.”
We saw this sort of boy by Regent’s Park on Friday. I am told that there were boys as young as 10 making the throat slitting gesture. I saw two making another rude gesture. Small boys of all cultures can be rude but this is more sinister.
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We have moderate Muslim children at Australian schools because Australia has the world’s best multiculturalism. Here the Muslim kids just tell ours that they will go to hell. No throat-slitting gestures. You see? We’re the best!
@PG. Maybe that was once what happened. But My son who is in year 8 now, when he was in primary school could only bring halal food for class parties (my wife was told off by his teacher one year for sending him to school with a packet of cheese and bacon balls for the end of year party), they were only served halal meals on school camp. When l complained to his teacher she said what does it matter it’s only the way the animal is slaughtered. l was treated worse than a leper for raising my concerns. Now we send him to a Christian Private School (l’m an atheist) we don’t have these concerns.
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