"There is a forgotten, nay almost forbidden word,
which means more to me than any other.
That word is ENGLAND." - Sir Winston Churchill
Thursday, October 22, 2015
Cleric who called on Allah to “destroy the enemies of Islam” spoke at school
The British government bans foes of jihad terror from entering the country, while allowing people such as the pro-jihad rabbi Aaron Cohen and the pro-jihad Muslim cleric Shady Al-Suleiman free rein. The aptly-named Sheikh Shady operates out of Australia, but he had no problem entering Britain. No one thought his preaching of jihad hatred and violence would not be “conducive to the public good.” Only those who raise awareness of such preaching are deemed to be harming “community cohesion.” Britain is in its last days as a free society, if it is still that in any real sense at all.
“Islamic preacher who called on God to ‘prepare us for the Jihad’ spoke at Trojan Horse school,” by Emma McKinney, Birmingham Mail, October 22, 2015:
A rabbi who has called for the state of Israel to be “dismantled “ and an Islamic preacher with extremist views were allowed to speak at assemblies at a school at the heart of the Trojan Horse scandal, it has been claimed.
Aaron Cohen, a rabbi from Neturei Karta – an anti-Zionist orthodox Jewish religious group – was among the speakers invited to talk to Alum Rock’s Park View Academy, said Andrew Colman, a barrister for the National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL).
Sheikh Shady Al-Suleiman, a renowned Islamic preacher, also gave talks to pupils at the school, said Mr Colman.
The Sheikh has been known to publicly call on God to “destroy the enemies of Islam” and to “prepare us for the Jihad”.
Mr Colman’s claims came as part of the NCTL’s case against five senior senior staff from the former Park View Educational Trust, which ran three Birmingham schools at the heart of the so-called Trojan Horse scandal – Park View, Nansen and Golden Hillock.
Lindsey Clark, Hardeep Saini, Arshad Hussain, Razwan Faraz, and Monzoor ‘Moz’ Hussain are all accused of professional misconduct for allegedly playing a part in analleged plot by hardline Muslims to take control over governing bodies.
All face the principal allegation that on or before March 31, last year, they had agreed to “the inclusion of an undue amount of religious influence in the education of pupils”.
They also face several separate allegations of wrong-doing.
Mr Colman said it was “not about an evil plot to indoctrinate young children in extremist ideology or anything like it”.
He added: “It is, we say, about the failure to respect diversity.”
He said among materials used in assemblies was that penned by former Park View acting principal Moz Hussain.
“They are akin to sermons,” added Mr Colman. “In places they expressly encourage the practice of Islam as the only way to reach paradise and avoid an eternity in hell.”
He said before Golden Hillock was taken over by the Trust, Moz Hussain led an assembly and prayers there.
“He told the assembly assertively that the answer to everything was ‘Iqra, Iqra, Iqra’, meaning reading from the Quran,” added Mr Colman.
He said another unnamed teacher on secondment from Park View held prayers in the playground at Golden Hillock in which he said “we have the true religion not like those ignorant Christians and ignorant Jews”….
He said that in one such group discussion Mr Faraz allegedly greeted the appointment of female Muslim headteacher Shanaz Khan at nearby Small Heath School, saying: “Please don’t pressure her to start the Islamising agenda first.”…